Exhaust Repair and Service
Exhaust Repair and Service headers help optimize the proficiency of the exhaust system. Aftermarket headers are less restrictive because they have exhaust tubes for each cylinder with smooth bends to help increase air flow. You can also get a more personalized look: performance headers are available in many finishes.
Our Performance Headers Installation Service Package includes:
- Unbeatable service by our experienced and certified professional mechanics
- Factory exhaust manifold replaced with a quality performance header
- White glove treatment and a new product demonstration after installation
Exhaust System and Headers
Dress up your exhaust with extra horsepower and torque by going with a performance system. A performance exhaust system will look, perform, and sound better than any factory-installed exhaust systems. And the cat-back exhaust system comes with all the required hardware to bolt the new exhaust directly to your car.
Keep in mind, when servicing a hybrid vehicle, our technicians will usually have to remove the trunk access panel for power supply access, shut off and reconnection and this comes with an additional $15.00 fee.
If You Hear a Vibration
If you hear vibrating when your car is running or if it experiences a loss of power, bring it in for a free exhaust inspection. Let the shop know where you noticed the vibration coming from: the steering wheel, operating pedals, or even the seat. This symptom could be a result of a hole, disconnected part, or a leak in the exhaust system. The problem may or may not include a rumbling sound – that depends on the size of the damaged area. The vibrations are not just signaling a problem with the muffler or exhaust…they are also signals that your motor is likely not performing at peak levels.
A Failing or Failed Catalytic Converter
The catalytic converter is the most costly part of your exhaust system. If your catalytic converter begins to fail, you will hear loud sounds. A failing catalytic converter sounds like someone shaking a metal box filled with pennies while your car is in idle. You may also notice your check engine light is illuminated.
Increase in Exhaust Volume
A deep rumbling noise coming out of your exhaust pipe is an obvious signal that you have a muffler or exhaust issue. Having it repaired quickly is the best option. Delaying needed muffler or a exhaust repair causes other exhaust and engine problems that make repairs more expensive.
If you notice your regular fill-ups aren’t getting you as far as they used to, take your car to a local service center for an inspection. As with vibrations, loss of fuel efficiency might be a sign of a car exhaust system problem. Exhaust leaks makes your motor work harder, which requires more gas.
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