AAA of Tidewater





(757) 774-6374
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(757) 778-9626
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(757) 932-5906
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(757) 637-0404
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(757) 525-4833
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(855) 442-9510

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Exhaust Systems in Tidewater VA

An exhaust system is the piping used to guide the gases that result from controlled combustion in an engine. Depending on the system, one or more exhaust pipes may be used to ensure the reaction gas flows out of the vehicle.

Typically, exhaust systems are designed not only to reduce noise, but also to reduce harmful emissions from releasing into the atmosphere. When your vehicle’s system fails in either respect, look to our team for swift and skilled exhaust system repair.

Experienced Muffler Diagnostics

The muffler is the part of the exhaust system that is responsible for reducing sounds made by the engine. An extremely loud sound from the exhaust system is a warning sign that you should consult our experienced repair team. When any exhaust problem is left unrepaired, the work needed to return it to optimal condition often becomes more costly! Save time and money by addressing a problematic muffler as soon as possible!

There are a number of additional signs that indicate a potential muffler or exhaust issue. If you have noticed any of the following, you should have it immediately checked by one of our mechanics, who specialize in muffler diagnostics:

• Deep or Loud Rumbling Noise
Odd Steering Wheel Vibration
Loss of Operating Power
Shaking Box of Rocks Sound
Decrease in Fuel Efficiency

Offering More Than Just Muffler Repair

Your muffler is responsible for reducing any sounds made by the engine. A louder than normal sound from the exhaust system is a warning sign that you may need muffler repair.

If you suspect any problems with your exhaust system, you should have it immediately checked by one of our experienced mechanics. Even if you don't believe that any problems may exist with your automobile, you should have it inspected periodically to maintain the safety of your vehicle.

In addition to muffler repair, we also diagnose and repair the many other components of an exhaust system. These include:

Exhaust Manifold – Your exhaust manifold is responsible for routing any exhaust gases out of the engine cylinder and into your exhaust system. The exhaust manifold and other exhaust piping are typically replaced at the same time, as the components are usually welded together. Exhaust manifolds should be checked periodically to make sure that no cracks have developed.

Exhaust Pipes – Exhaust pipes route the exhaust away from your engine, into the catalytic converter, through the muffler, and out through the tailpipe. Your exhaust pipes should be inspected regularly to make sure that your automobile remains safe to drive on a regular basis.

Six Convenient Diagnostic & Repair Locations

To ensure that as many local residents as possible are able to take advantage of exhaust system diagnosis and exhaust system repair, we maintain and run six convenient locations. Each of these locations boasts the professional staff, equipment, and tools to expertly repair a wide range of vehicle problems. These include issues stemming from the engine, brakes, tires, and much more!

Bring Your Vehicle In Today

Our local auto shop takes great pride in offering high-quality services for clients with vehicles of different makes and models. From high performance mufflers to custom exhaust systems, and even affordable replacement components, we offer a full range of exhaust service options. If you're a member of AAA, you'll save even more on the muffler, manifold, or pipe repair you receive from our team.

Getting the work your car needs is as easy as making an appointment. All you have to do is consult our office, and we’ll help you set up a time to drop off your personal car, truck, SUV, or van.

Contact us to set up an appointment at our location. One of our mechanics would be happy to address you questions and concerns regarding
exhaust system repairs. We are proud to serve clients from the areas of Hampton, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, and Williamsburg, Virginia.