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The exhaust system is a vital component to a vehicle because it contains the main emission control device, the catalytic converter. Ultimately, this device keeps you and the environment safe from harmful toxins, which is why you should entrust the service of such a system to the true experts in the field.
At Garber Buick GMC of Ft. Pierce, we employ ASE-Certified Technicians and develop their skills through experience with all vehicle makes, models, and ages. We don’t care if you purchased from us or not, we are more than happy to listen to your concerns and service your car.
When all of the issues are tackled, we provide a courtesy 21-point inspection to finalize your service appointment and get you back on the road feeling as good as your vehicle.
Everything you need to know about mufflers & exhaust—
Exhaust Manifold – The exhaust manifold connects directly to the vehicle’s engine and consists of one or more pipes that collect exhaust gas from the engine’s cylinders and deliver it to the exhaust pipe.
Catalytic Converter – The exhaust fumes that exit through the exhaust manifold arrive at the catalytic converter, which creates a chemical reaction to produce less harmful gases.
Muffler – This is the part that most people are familiar with as it is typically visible from behind the vehicle. The muffler’s primary purpose is to reduce the noise of the exhaust system; if a hole develops in it, the car will become noticeably louder.
As a system, the exhaust manifold, catalytic converter, and the muffler not only make your vehicle quieter, it also reduces the level of harmful pollutants released into the cabin of your vehicle and into the atmosphere.