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Exhaust Manifold
The exhaust manifold conducts gases from the combustion chambers of the engine to the exhaust pipe.  It is usually constructed of cast iron and smooth curves to improve the flow of exhaust.
Catalytic Converter
The catalytic converter reduces harmful emissions from engine exhaust. It uses a combination of heat and metals that act as catalysts. A catalyst is a metal (or chemical) that causes other chemicals to go through a reaction without being affected itself. The inside of the catalytic converter consists of metals like aluminum oxide, platinum palladium. These metals cause the carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons to react and produce water vapor and carbon dioxide which are much less harmful to the atmosphere.
Resonator
The muffler alone cannot always quiet all the engine noise.  Many exhaust systems also include a resonator which is like a mini muffler.  They are usually straight pipes filled with sound muffling materials.  The resonator can be either before or after the muffler in the exhaust system.
Exhaust Pipe
Exhaust pipe connects all the other parts of the exhaust system.
Muffler
The muffler quiets the noise of the engine. There are two kinds of mufflers. One uses baffled chambers to reduce noise. As sound waves move through this type of muffler, they bounce off the baffles and expend their energy inside the muffler, losing force and volume. The other type forces the exhaust straight through a perforated pipe that contains metal, fiberglass, or some other kind of sound-absorbing material. This muffler is designed to reduce back pressure (exhaust going back up the pipes) and consequently makes a little more noise.
Tail Pipe
The tail pipe comes out of the muffler, past the rear bumper of the vehicle, directing exhaust gases away from the vehicle. On many newer cars it also serves as a decorative function and is tipped in chrome.
Let Dennis Quick Auto check the key elements of your exhaust system to insure your car's proper performance.


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Your Exhaust System and How it Works
The purpose of the exhaust/emission system is to deaden the sound made by the internal combustion engine, reduce the temperature of the exhaust, and control the emissions that come out of your vehicle.
Vehicles create harmful gases during the combustion of fuel. The catalytic converter in the exhaust system turns these gases into mostly harmless ones that do much less damage to the environment.
Some of the harmful gases that the exhaust system controls are:
Hydrocarbons (unburned)
Carbon Dioxide
Sulfur Dioxide
Carbon Monoxide
Nitrogen Oxides
Phosphorus
Lead and Other Metals
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We've all heard a car or truck that needs a new muffler. But there's more to the exhaust system than just the muffler.

The exhaust system has three main functions:

  1. To safely get hot exhaust gas from the engine out the tailpipe
  2. Treats the exhaust to remove harmful pollutants
  3. Muffle the engine noise

Exhaust gas is poisonous. You don't want it getting into the passenger compartment. For example, carbon monoxide can be deadly. That's why you should never run your engine in a closed garage. If you have a leak somewhere in the exhaust system, exhaust could get into the passenger cabin and make you sick or even kill you.
If you smell exhaust in the vehicle, roll down your windows and get it inspected. You may smell or see exhaust coming from the engine compartment or under the vehicle if you have a leak. Sometimes the sound from an exhaust leak is loud and obvious. Sometimes it's a ticking sound when you start the engine that goes away as you drive. That could be a small crack or a bad fitting that leaks when it's cold but seals up when the metal heats and expands.
Now, let's address the environmental issues. Exhaust gas contains a number of pollutants and particulates. The catalytic converter scrubs some of those harmful substances. And diesel vehicles have systems to deal with soot. Catalytic converters eventually wear out and need to be replaced. They're expensive so you want to help them last as long as possible by keeping the fuel system clean and replacing your air filter. These components need to be tested for function with an emissions test from time to time.
And that leaves the muffler. The beauty of getting a new muffler is that you can suit your taste: Some want whisper quiet and others like a little rumble. And some like a roar.
If you have concerns about any element of your exhaust system, let us perform a emissions test and inspect your vehicle to make sure your system is performing at maximum efficiency.



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