We’ll work quickly and efficiently to perform your exhaust system replacement and get you back on the road safely.
When the engine in your vehicle runs, it produces various types of gases that are emitted as exhaust. In order to protect those within the car’s cabin and reduce the risk of environmental damage, modern cars are outfitted with exhaust systems that can trap the gases. Most exhaust systems include a catalytic convertor, a muffler, a manifold, a resonator, and a tailpipe. Each component works together to trap harmful gases and ensure that they are released safely and properly. However, exhaust systems don’t last forever, and you may find yourself in need of an exhaust system replacement service in Salisbury, North Carolina.
Some of the warning signs that your exhaust system is nearing the end of its lifespan include a decline in fuel efficiency, odors in the cabin or around the vehicle, the sight of gases being released from the vehicle, and visible damage to any of the components, including corrosion, punctures, split seams, or leaks in the pipes. If you notice any of these signs, you can bring your vehicle to us at Johnny’s Muffler & Auto Express for professional exhaust system replacement. We’ll work quickly and efficiently to perform your exhaust system replacement and get you back on the road safely.
Some vehicle owners choose to have their exhaust systems replaced as part of a performance upgrade. A performance muffler can increase the power and fuel efficiency of your car. If you drive a car that can tow, upgrading portions of the exhaust system can even increase its towing capacity. Our technicians are happy to provide you with a quote for exhaust system replacement, whether you’re considering the service for performance reasons or you have damaged components that need to be replaced.
At Johnny’s Muffler & Auto Express, we offer exhaust system replacement to those in Salisbury, Kannapolis, Lexington, Concord, Albemarle, Mocksville, Granite Quarry, Rockwell, Richfield, Asheboro, Denton, Cleveland, Statesville, Mooresville, and throughout Rowan County, North Carolina.