FORD EXHAUST SYSTEM DENVER

TSC Ford Specialist, Englewood Colorado

Didn’t pass the emissions test? Noisy muffler? Come to TSC Ford Specialist in Englewood for repairs and maintenance of your Ford exhaust system. We specialize in all makes and models, including cars, trucks, SUVs and minivans. Our ASE certified technicians have decades of experience with diagnosing and fixing Ford vehicles. No problem is beyond our skills, and we’ll provide the most cost-efficient repairs possible.

TSC Ford Specialist exhaust system repair services include:

  • Emissions Test Failure Diagnosis
  • Muffler & Resonator
  • Exhaust Kits & Replacement
  • Catalytic Converter Replacement
  • Exhaust Manifold
  • O2 Sensors & EGR Valve
  • Header, Crossover & Tail Pipes
  • Exhaust Tips
  • Turbochargers

FYI: We DO NOT DO EMISSION TESTING, but we do provide emission system repairs for customers. For testing information and stations, visit the Air Care Colorado website.

exhaust system repairs

For help with Ford exhaust system repairs, give us a call to schedule your appointment.

Common Problems in Ford Exhaust Systems

A Ford exhaust system performs an important function, venting harmful gases like carbon monoxide so they don’t enter the passenger cabin or release into the air and damage the environment. Don’t wait until you fail the emissions test! Come to TSC Ford Specialist if you notice any of these issues.

  • When an oxygen sensor (O2 sensor) goes bad, your first sign is having to stop at the gas station more often. A failed sensor can lead to burning more fuel than necessary. This is a pretty easy repair and if the sensor doesn’t prematurely expire, the 60,000-mile mark is a good time to swap it out just to be safe.
  • Rust is your exhaust system’s biggest enemy. With water vapor as a byproduct of a properly working catalytic converter and Denver getting both snow and rain, exhaust pipes and mufflers are vulnerable to corrosion. And with salt on the roads in winter, rust spreads quickly and can destroy more parts.
  • A clogged or failing catalytic converter isn’t frequent but should be fixed right away. Signs to look out for include lost engine power, the floor of your Ford car heating up, a sulfur smell and a rattling noise when idling. Typically, your check engine light will illuminate, so stop by for Ford exhaust system repair.
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