Regular and proper car maintenance is something that every car owner should do. There are some parts that need to be checked regularly so you can identify potential defects and fix them before it's too late. A car exhaust system is one of those parts that you don't have to be a mechanic to fix.
You just need to identify the signs and symptoms emitted by the patented integrated exhaust in order to replace it with a new one, which can happen relatively quickly. Before you get to work, you'll need a few things, including a jack, a screwdriver, safety glasses, and gloves.
The first thing to do is to wear safety glasses and gloves to avoid injury as small pieces of metal or debris can fall and hit your eyes. Then apply the emergency brake on your car and then use the jack to raise the car.
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You can now start with exhaust gas removal. First, loosen all the screws on the exhaust, then separate the exhaust from the catalytic converter. Then remove the exhaust gas from the hanging bracket and remove it.
Then comes the part where you have to start installing the new exhaust. The best way to install the muffler is to snap the muffler hanger in place before you can start installing it in the car.
Lastly, check that all the exhaust parts are connected to each other properly. Otherwise, they may fall while driving and damage the chassis of your car.