Where to Get Exhaust Repair in Rome, GA

By Product Expert | Posted in Service on Thursday, July 1st, 2021 at 6:27 pm
tailpipe under vehicle with spare tire

If your car is giving you some noise problems, and you suspect that the problem is with your muffler, don’t stress out too much. As scary as exhaust repair might sound, it’s something we can take care of here at Heritage Honda in Rome, Georgia. Schedule service today so you can get back on the road without worrying about your muffler.

Is My Muffler Wearing Out or Damaged?

If your muffler doesn’t seem to be doing its job, the signs are quite obvious. The most obvious would be if your tailpipe or any portion of your exhaust system hanging loose or dragging on the road as you drive. If you hear a clunking or just a generally louder sound from your exhaust than normal, it’s time for repairs. Strange exhaust smells could also be a sign of damage and wear.

When Does a Muffler Get Old?

Like every part of a car, your muffler will not last forever. The more humid the area, and any exposure to road salt will reduce the lifespan of your exhaust system. Frequently driving over gravel at medium or fast speeds can result in damage or rust that eats through the metal. Otherwise, expect your vehicle to need a change in muffler before you reach 80,000 miles. Some might last longer, but it is wise to bring your vehicle in for service.

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Mechanic working on exhaust system

Exhaust Repair at Heritage Honda in Rome, GA

With a convenient online scheduling tool, you can set up an exhaust repair time at our service and parts department any day. Even if you aren’t sure that the problem you’re encountering is related to your exhaust system or muffler, you can have a vehicle inspection so our friendly service professionals can bring any problems to your attention. You can also set up a service appointment by calling the dealership or by visiting our location in person.

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