Exhaust System Repair

Your car not only has to help keep your family safe, it has to do its part to keep the planet safe. Most people think their car’s exhaust system is designed only to reduce noise, but it is also responsible for reducing harmful emissions from entering the atmosphere. Properly functioning mufflers and exhaust systems not only sound better, they are better for you, your car, and the environment.

We take pride in providing high-quality mufflers, pipes, and other exhaust system components. We offer catalytic converters that meet stringent EPA and CARB requirements for pollution reduction.

We offer a full range of exhaust service options, from high performance mufflers to exhaust systems, as well as value-oriented replacement mufflers and systems. Stop by Lansdale Automotive today for an exhaust inspection and experience the satisfaction our expertise provides.

Q: My car is older. Lately, it seems to be getting noisier. How do I know if my muffler went bad?

A: Your car’s exhaust system is pretty complex. Excess noise could be from a number of sources in the exhaust system including cracks or holes in manifolds, gaskets, pipes or the muffler itself. To find out for sure where the noise is coming from, just stop by. We can not only find it, we can fix it, too.

Q: How do mufflers actually work? Are mufflers made of special soundproof material?

A: Your exhaust system and the muffler in particular is very sophisticated, although you can’t really appreciate it just looking under your car. If you were to cut it open you would likely find what looks to be a bundle of metal tubes with holes in them. And while they might look simple, inside the muffler these tubes work together to force sound waves to hit one another in very precise ways, canceling the sound in the process. With all this hidden engineering, it’s no wonder mufflers can’t be a one-size-fits-all replacement part.

Q: Besides excess noise and rough idling, what are some other things I need to watch out for with my car’s exhaust system?

A: Excessive rust or broken rubber hangers can cause mufflers, pipes, and other parts of the exhaust system to hang extremely low or break, and that can be hazardous, especially to folks driving behind you. However, these aren’t always things that can be easily assessed by just peeking under your car. We recommend having your exhaust system professionally inspected at least once a year.

Factory Scheduled Maintenance

We have expert exhaust technicians with experience who will test and diagnose your vehicle’s exhaust system and provide you with an estimate detailing what repairs you might need. We only replace what needs to be replaced and will gladly explain it to you in detail and show you what needs to be serviced. Parts and labor are guaranteed.

With a wide variety of products and our custom exhaust capability, we can tailor your vehicle’s exhaust system to suit your needs and price range. We offer stock, custom, and original factory parts. Though most parts are available in our huge stock, we can promptly special order and receive most out-of-stock items.

We have a convenient and easy-to-find location with multiple bays, so we are able to accommodate many vehicles simultaneously. No appointments are necessary, and repairs are fast and guaranteed.