Chevy Muffler Service in Cincinnati

 

 

The muffler is constructed to release exhaust gases to help your engine absorb fresh oxygen for improved performance. The muffler also keeps your vehicle quiet while travelling on the road. In order for your Chevy to maintain the legal noise volume, you have to make sure your muffler is working at its most optimal potential. Our Chevy service center in Cincinnati is highly knowledgeable in muffler repair and maintenance that will help keep your vehicle cruising down the roads!

Why Is a Muffler Important?

A muffler is mandatory for every vehicle that is on the road. It is an important tool to help minimize your engine's very loud, natural sound. The muffler is designed to tune the chambers to create a desired sound effect. As noise enters the muffler, the sound waves ricochet off the baffles, creating adverse sound waves that cancel each other out. Your muffler also improves performance by helping the engine release exhaust gases, so that it can take in more oxygen for more power.

What Does a Muffler Do? Mufflers are placed in line with your exhaust pipes, usually before the exhaust tips. They are made up of perforated tubes which are designed to minimize your engine's sound output. The muffler also directs the exhaust out of the vehicle.

When is it Time for a New Muffler? A sign of a bad muffler is lower MPG. If you are noticing that you are visiting your gas station more than usual, that could be a sign of a muffler problem. Another apparent sign  is the noise. When your muffler is failing, your vehicle will suddenly sound a lot louder than it did before. Be aware of any unusual noises, such as rattling, which could be the sound of a muffler that's become loose or broken. Lastly, a critically dangerous sign is when a foul odor is coming from your vehicle. When your muffler has a leak, the fumes that get released outside the vehicle, end up getting stuck inside. Overtime, this situation can be fatal and needs to be addressed immediately!

Our service center recommends that you get your vehicle's muffler and/or exhaust system checked every 24,000 miles or 24 months, whichever comes first. However, check your owner's manual for more specific information regarding your Chevy model.

Why Visit our Chevy Service Center?

At Jake Sweeney Chevy, we are pleased to provide a service center that services all makes and models throughout Cincinnati. As a family-owned dealer, we take pride in providing the best care and service to our customers, who are loyal enough to continue to come back each and every time they are in need of servicing. Looking to improve or upgrade your vehicle? Our tire finder tool is a simple way to find the tires and others necessities you need to keep your vehicle performing proficiently. You can even treat your vehicle to our Auto Spa, which will provide spa-like services to keep your car fresh and clean! We have only qualified and licensed technicians working with us, to ensure that your vehicle is getting the best care that will keep you on the road for a longer period of time! So the next time your Chevy isn't performing up to par, come on in and we'll take care of you!

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If your Chevy model is in need of a new muffler, you can schedule an appointment at our service center in Cincinnati, or contact us by calling (888) 383-7308.

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Jake Sweeney Chevrolet

33 West Kemper Road
Hours & Directions Cincinnati, OH 45246

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