Although it may appear easy to invest in your private car, it’s not. Some people find it more difficult than others. Therefore, you should have a thorough understanding of not only how to drive, but also about each component.
The exhaust system is a critical component of any car. It allows exhaust gases to escape the vehicle. This gas escape route is made up of many pipes and other parts, such as the exhaust manifold and catalytic converter, resonator, and tailpipe. It can be complex depending on how it is designed.
Dodge Ram, a car model with a 3rd Gen Cummins from 2010 to 2012, is one example of an excellent car with a good exhaust system. Here are some parts of this vital system:
The exhaust manifold connects to the engine directly and is typically made of steel, aluminum, or stainless steel. This component collects exhaust from all cylinders and merges it into one pipe. Depending on the vehicle’s size, there may be one or more exhaust manifolds. These are smooth passages that bend to increase exhaust flow.
The oxygen sensor measures the oxygen content of the exhaust. This data allows the computer to add or subtract fuel. This will optimize your fuel economy and performance. Vehicles usually have two oxygen sensors.
The catalytic converter is responsible for converting harmful gasses into a water vapor or carbon dioxide. This component reduces car emissions and makes sure that the environment is less affected by your vehicle’s emissions.
The muffler reduces noise and soundproofs your vehicle’s engines. This part reduces engine noise pressure by acoustic silence. There are two types of mufflers. Baffle chambers reduce noise, while the second lower backpressure.
The exhaust tube connects all parts of the exhaust system. These pipes allow exhaust to flow as efficiently as possible to the rear of the vehicle.
You might consider a vehicle with a Dodge Cummins engine if you are looking for an efficient car that’s also financially sound.
If you want to learn more about the things you need to know before buying a diesel exhaust system, read the infographic below from Pure Diesel Power.