Exhaust and Emissions System Repairs and Service in DoverOxygen Sensor Diagram | Paul's Integrity Auto Repair LLC

Modern day exhaust systems on vehicles provide four main functions: 

  • Direct dangerous exhaust gases away from passengers
  • Control excessive noise
  • Improve performance of engine
  • Improve fuel economy

Vehicles on the road today utilize oxygen sensors, which are installed in the exhaust pipe before and after the catalytic converter. These oxygen sensors measure oxygen content in the exhaust gases and send a signal to the ECM-(Engine Control Module). The ECM uses these inputs to determine air/fuel ratios, which greatly affects fuel efficiency and engine performance. All vehicles have at least one catalytic converter installed into the exhaust system today. The converter's job is to reduce harmful emissions gases such as nitrogen oxides and carbon monoxide.

Warning signs that your exhaust system needs attention

  • Louder then normal exhaust
  • Vibration or rattling noise from underneath the vehicle
  • Engine performance issues
  • Engine light comes on
  • Burning or gas smell
  • Poor fuel economy
  • Loss of power
  • Rotten egg smell
  • Engine misfire

If you're experiencing any of these warning signs from your vehicle's exhaust system, we recommend you bring your vehicle to Paul’s Integrity Auto Repair for a diagnosis by one of our trained exhaust & emissions system technicians. It’s important to remember that driving a vehicle with one or more of these warning signs can lead to expensive repairs.

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