Muffler Repair and Exhaust Systems in Plymouth-Canton
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For quality exhaust and muffler repair in Plymouth-Canton, look no further than Canton Wear Master. While the exhaust system is primarily designed to reduce noise, it is also responsible for reducing harmful emissions. A properly functioning muffler and exhaust system not only makes your vehicle sound better, but it is better for you, your family, and the environment. Canton Wear Master is proud to provide an assortment of high-quality muffler repair and exhaust parts such as mufflers, pipes, and catalytic converters, which meet stringent EPA and CARB requirements for pollution reduction. We offer a full range of exhaust service and muffler repair options for anything from your bike to your motor home, from high performance mufflers and exhaust systems such as Flowmaster®, as well as value-oriented replacement mufflers. If you need muffler repair in the Plymouth-Canton area, stop in and see us or contact us here.
Signs Your Muffler Needs Repair
It's important to recognize the symptoms that tell your exhaust or muffler is in need of repair. By addressing these symptoms quickly you will avoid damaging additional components and eliminate the safety concern of a rusted out muffler that's no longer secured to the vehicle. If you notice any of the following symptoms, contact Canton Wear Master and get your muffler repaired right away!
- Exhaust Manifolds and Gaskets: cracks or small holes can cause exhaust leaks which lead to a decline in performance.
- Oxygen Sensors (O2 Sensors): cracks, damaged wires, or blocked intakes can cause incorrect fuel/air mixture which leads to an increase in your vehicle's fuel consumption.
- Catalytic Converters: overheating, dents, clogs, or corrosion can cause air pollution, horrible noise and a rough idle.
- Resonators and Mufflers: excessive rust or holes cause air pollution; excessive noise and a rough idle.
- Pipes and Plumbing, Hangers, Clamps, and Brackets: excessive rust or broken bolts could cause parts to hang dangerously low and even drag which can result in a hazard for the people driving behind you and in some cases even cause fires.