Our expert technicians can perform exhaust and muffler repair, replace O2 sensors, and take care of any other exhaust systems services your car may need.
We can fabricate new exhaust pipes or replace segments of your existing exhaust system for a longer-lasting exhaust system.
Exhaust & muffler repair services:
- Complete exhaust system replacement
- Catalytic converter
- Oxygen sensor
- EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) valves and sensors
- Muffler replacement & repair
- Exhaust pipes
- Exhaust manifold
- Tail pipes
- Brackets, clamps, and hardware
DIY exhaust and muffler repair is never a good idea
Your vehicle’s exhaust system ensures toxic fumes stay out of the cabin and works to help your engine run smoothly. It also cuts emissions that pollute the air and helps with fuel efficiency.
Because the process is loud, a muffler is used to “muffle” the sound. However, the muffler not only reduces the noise level but also controls your engine’s backpressure. If your muffler has a hole or crack, carbon monoxide can leak into your vehicle’s cabin, so it’s important to get it fixed it right away. Contact a professional auto repair service, as a DIY muffler patch is never a good idea.
Here’s a real Google Review about our exhaust and muffler repair:
I was very pleased with the work and the integrity of MasterWorks. I thought that I needed a new muffler. It turned out that a pipe was bad. Instead of replacing the whole pipe for a cost of about $500, they gave me the option of just replacing the damaged part for a cost of $170. The car is a 2002 Toyota so I went with the more economical solution and I am very pleased with the results. Even my wife likes driving in the car since it is nice and quiet.
Signs you may need a new muffler
- Loud noises
- Bad odor
- Reduced gas mileage
24 month/24,000 mile nationwide warranty
We stand behind every air conditioning repair with a 24 month/24,000 warranty on all parts and labor through Federated Auto Parts Nationwide Repair Warranty.
This warranty comes is yours at no extra cost and is our way of providing you with the most trusted air conditioning repair in Cleveland you’re likely to find.
Exhaust and Muffler Repair FAQs
What’s the smoke coming comes from my exhaust pipe?
Usually, this is nothing to worry about. However, if you see smoke coming from the exhaust after the engine is at operating temperature, you may have a problem.
Something is dripping from my muffler. Is that dangerous?
What you’re probably seeing is water condensation draining through the end of the tailpipe. It’s completely normal and caused by the engine itself.
How long does a muffler usually last?
Because most exhaust systems since the 1990s are built with stainless steel and are controlled by computers, a muffler can last for years. In some cases, depending on where you live, a muffler can even last the lifetime of the vehicle.
Will a good muffler improve my gas mileage?
No, but a faulty of damaged muffler will reduce gas mileage and/or performance to the point that your car may not even start.
Can I remove my car muffler? What will happen?
For starters, you’ll no longer be able to drive your cars on U.S. streets or highways. Not to mention, your car will also be unbelievably LOUD! Exhaust fumes will also enter the cabin of the vehicle, which can cause illness or even death.
What is the difference between a muffler and the exhaust?
Exhaust refers to the entire system – from the engine cylinder head to the tail pipe. The muffler is simply one part of the exhaust that the exhaust manifold, catalytic converter, muffler and all pipes and hardware that connect it to the chassis.