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54 Reviews


Avs Servicing

Wrexham , 25 years of experience

6th October 2018
“Adam was friendly and helpful. Did a good job. His communication was brilliant. Very happy.”


Vauxhall Corsa • Complete exhaust system replacement

1st October 2018
“Adam was top notch. Job was done in 2 hours. Very happy. As car only broke Friday at 10pm to have it back on the road Monday morning was impressive.”


Audi A6 Avant • Power steering belt idler/guide pulley replacement


135 Reviews


26th September 2018
“Andrew was very helpful and dud the job quickly with
Minimum disruption”


Fiat 500 • Complete exhaust system replacement

21st November 2017
“Andrew is very friendly and efficient person cone
cold or rain. He knows his stuff and will research it if we can't fix it straight away.”


Mercedes-Benz Sprinter • Engine & transmission replacement


39 Reviews


17th September 2018
“Excellent job. Quick and efficient. Would defiantly book them again. My car sounds like a normal car now.”


Chrysler PT Cruiser • Complete exhaust system replacement

9th August 2018
“Quick, friendly and efficient collect and return service. Very happy.
Now please stop asking me for more details!”


Nissan Note • Auxiliary drive belt replacement

Wrench hand blue

61 Reviews


Mobile Mechanic

Hull , 12 years of experience

11th September 2018
“Friendly, really good mechanic, honest and reliable great service very knowledgeable. Would recommend to family and friends and work colleagues.”


Hyundai Getz • Complete exhaust system replacement

31st July 2017
“Sam turned up bang on time, very friendly. Brought quality parts and clearly knows his trade!

Glow plugs were not in the easiest of
place to get at so some dismantling needed to access, all out no issue and no snapping new one in place and error cleared

Great job and took the hour estimated

Will use again!.”


Fiat 500L/500L Living/500L MPW • Pre-heat/glow plugs (all) replacement


64 Reviews


Swinton Recovery Ltd

Salford , 52 years of experience

7th September 2018
“Absolutely brilliant, honestly couldn't fault the amazing service, so accommodating and helpful and all for less than my local garage wanted to charge me! I will be using them again, without a doubt!”


Smart Smart • Complete exhaust system replacement

30th July 2018
“Great! Friendly, super quick and knowledgeable. Knew what to do within seconds.”


Ford S-MAX • Car Won't Start Inspection

Want to learn more about Exhaust repairs?

Read our short guide with information on costs, symptoms and more.

What does the exhaust do?

The exhaust is a component made up out of several parts that channels the exhaust gases from the engine's cylinders into the air. Typically, a full exhaust system will consist out of an exhaust manifold, downpipe, exhaust pipes, an exhaust silencer (or back box) and a catalytic converter. The exhaust parts are held to the car with exhaust mountings (sometimes rubber mountings, whilst the parts are sealed to one another with exhaust gaskets.

When should you consider replacing the exhaust manifold?

The exhaust manifold is subjected to extreme heat changes, as exhaust fumes heat up the manifold when the engine is running putting the manifold under a large amount of stress. When the engine is turned off the manifold cools down with the engine, sometimes rapidly, at which moment the manifold contracts. After years of use it can be that the manifold will start to show cracks because of this process, moreover this process is usually accelerated by coolant or oil dripping on the manifold (due to leaks in the engine or ancillary components).

If manifold issues are identified it should be checked out to find the root cause of the problem as soon as possible, as damage to the exhaust manifold can affect engine performance. Sometimes it can be that the manifold needs replacing, at other times it can be that a replacement of the exhaust manifold gasket is required.

When does an exhaust pipe need replacing?

Every car (with an internal combustion engine) has an exhaust pipe, some cars with bigger engines will have multiple exhaust pipes to transport the exhaust fumes out of the car. As exhaust pipes run underneath the car they are directly exposed to the elements. As such exhaust pipes are relatively prone to wear and often rust. Of course damage can occur as well if the exhaust pipe touches the road, when driving too fast over speed humps for example.

Exhaust pipes usually consist of several parts like a down pipe, a centre exhaust pipe and a rear exhaust pipe. All the parts are connected with an assortment of exhaust gaskets. If you identify problems with your exhaust, for example when it makes a lot of noise or because it is rusty it is worth getting it inspected by a mechanic. In some cases a mechanic can advise that an exhaust pipe replacement is needed.

When does the exhaust silencer need changing?

The exhaust silencer (or exhaust back box) is a part of the exhaust fitted at the end of the exhaust the main exhaust pipe. Its function is to reduce the amount of noise the car makes through its exhaust pipe. The exhaust silencer, like the rest of the exhaust system, is fitted underneath the car and is therefore more prone to wear than most parts, it can easily rust or be damaged. If the part does not function properly anymore the exhaust silencer might need replacing. If you are unsure whether it needs replacing we would always suggest to get a professional mechanic to assess the problem first.

How do you know there is something wrong with the Exhaust?

  • When the exhaust makes a lot of noise, or more noise than usual.
  • When you can notice a drop in performance (if the car does not rev as freely as before).
  • When there is a hole in one of the exhaust's parts.
  • When the exhaust appears to be 'blowing' out in areas.
  • When the car vibrates excessively.
  • When the car fails an emissions test.

What happens during an Exhaust replacement?

  • Mechanic will inspect the exhaust.
  • If the exhaust is damaged (cracked, rusted through etc.), the mechanic will replace the necessary part.
  • Mechanic will, if necessary, also replace the exhaust gasket(s).
  • Mechanic will advise if other parts need to be replaced.
  • Mechanic will again check for any exhaust leaks and test drive the car.

How much does an Exhaust repair cost?

The cost of an exhaust repair depends on your car and what exhaust parts need to be replaced. Find out what you could save by having your exhaust repaired by ClickMechanic, by selecting your car at the top of this page!

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