If you have ever seen a car blow smoke out of its tailpipe, then you may wonder what's wrong with it. Well, that's one of the many problems a vehicle can encounter with a bad muffler and exhaust. Let's take a look at what a muffler and exhaust do for your vehicle.

Getting Harmful Gases Out of Your Vehicle
The exhaust system is responsible for transporting gases from your engine to the end of the tailpipe. This system uses a series of different components including an oxygen sensor, exhaust joints, catalytic converter, muffler, and tailpipe.

The Silencer for Your Exhaust System
?The muffler is the part of the exhaust system that ensures that the entire process doesn't make too much noise. Without a proper functioning muffler, you can hear the exhaust system make popping and huffing noises. Typically, a muffler will last about seven years before requiring replacement.


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