The entire exhaust system is attached to your vehicle by hangers and clamps. These fasteners can rust, come loose or break. The components of the exhaust system can get very hot, so when the hangers or clamps fail, these hot components can come into contact with other parts such as wires and hoses. These can melt, causing serious and damage to your vehicle. Good car care requires that you have your exhaust system inspected regularly.
*Not to mention an upgraded exhaust kit system can make the world of difference to your vehicles racing and performance capabilities.
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The possibility of toxic exhaust fumes leaking into your car's ventilation system presents the largest reason for not driving with a broken or damaged muffler. You put yourself and others in serious - and potentially fatal - danger if this occurs while you drive your vehicle.
If you have a problem with your exhaust, it will begin to affect the performance of your engine. You won't be able to accelerate as well or as quickly, and you won't get the same power when you do accelerate. This problem will continue to worsen if you do not address the exhaust leak.
Increased engine noise is a common sign of an exhaust leak. Listen for a loud rumble, especially while accelerating. You may also hear intermittent popping or hissing noises while the engine is running. An exhaust leak can affect the performance of your engine.
Your car's exhaust takes engine waste products and sends them into the air. This prevents the waste from polluting the cabin air. Also, the exhaust helps your engine capability. When your vehicle's exhaust is dirty, the engine is not efficient, you consume more fuel, and you may notice a decline in horsepower too.