Experience the Garber Chevrolet Saginaw Difference
Sometimes it seems like there is some form of a service center or repair shop at every turn. If your exhaust system is experiencing difficulties, such as excessive noise, rattling, loss of power, or the check engine light is on, we don’t recommend turning into just any shop along the way.
The trusted service center of Garber Chevrolet Saginaw is not just another repair shop, it’s a part of a dealership with a trusted family name. From selling cars to repairing them, your customer experience is the most important thing to us, and of course, helping you safely get back on the road.
It doesn’t matter vehicle make, model, and age, or whether you bought from us- we are your resource for exhaust system problems. Besides handling your concerns, we offer a free 21-point inspection to determine the condition of other major parts. It’s just another reason why we are the solution for any vehicle problems you may be facing.
Everything you need to know about mufflers & exhaust—
Exhaust Manifold – The exhaust manifold connects directly to the vehicle’s engine and consists of one or more pipes that collect exhaust gas from the engine’s cylinders and deliver it to the exhaust pipe.
Catalytic Converter – The exhaust fumes that exit through the exhaust manifold arrive at the catalytic converter, which creates a chemical reaction to produce less harmful gases.
Muffler – This is the part that most people are familiar with as it is typically visible from behind the vehicle. The muffler’s primary purpose is to reduce the noise of the exhaust system; if a hole develops in it, the car will become noticeably louder.
As a system, the exhaust manifold, catalytic converter, and the muffler not only make your vehicle quieter, it also reduces the level of harmful pollutants released into the cabin of your vehicle and into the atmosphere.