Tail Pipe Replacement
Mobile Tail Pipe Replacement at Home or Office
Don't let your exhaust emissions linger around your car's engine and interior. Get rid of them efficiently with the help of a quality new tail pipe. As your engine burns fuel, it produces waste gases that should be eliminated from the system. When left unattended, these waste gases can compromise engine performance. That's why you have to make sure that your exhaust system is in top condition. This system is composed of several pipes and components that guide the waste gases to the tail pipe, where the gases are funneled out into the open. This metal pipe is located at the rear end of your car. It's the last step in a successful exhaust process, making it a vital part of the exhaust system.
What is Tail Pipe Replacement?
Much like how the stomach processes the food we eat to energize our bodies, the engine burns an air-fuel mixture to power your vehicle. And no matter how efficiently your stomach works, digestion still creates by-products that need to exit your body. Likewise, the fuel combustion process generates harmful gases that can cause serious engine damage. This is why your vehicle is equipped with an exhaust system. And the tail pipe, the pipe connected to one end of the muffler, is one of the system's most important parts. The tail pipe completes the function of the exhaust system by directing exhaust gases away from your vehicle's body and into the atmosphere.
How is Tail Pipe Replacement Done?
- Park your car on a level surface.
- Use a jack to lift the rear of your car then secure it with jack stands.
- Find the tail pipe.
- Locate the clamp nuts and spray them with penetrating oil. Once the nuts have loosened up, use a nut removal tool to detach the clamp that holds the tail pipe.
- Disconnect other hangers that attach the tail pipe to the frame. Finally, you can remove your old tail pipe.
- Install your brand-new tail pipe. Use a new clamp to secure it in place.
Make sure your new tail pipes are made from highly durable materials. Exposure to exhaust gases makes this component prone to rust and corrosion. Corroded tail pipes will no longer be able to function properly, so it's best to have them replaced as soon as you can.
Symptoms That Indicate You Need A Tail Pipe Replacement
- Hanging or dragging tail pipe under your vehicle
- Excessive noise from the exhaust system
Tail pipes are machined to perfection, equipped with larger diameters for obstruction-free exhaust flow out your vehicle. Finding a replacement for your car's defective tail pipe will no longer be a problem. Contact Wrench mobile mechanic team and get started with your convenient service experience.