Exhaust + Catalytic Converter

The exhaust and catalytic converter on your car are both vital components. They work together to remove harmful gases from the car while minimising what percentage of these is released into the atmosphere. When either one becomes damaged or starts to deteriorate, it can lead to significant issues for you and your car. It is important that you notify an experienced mechanic, such as the team here at Axminster Autos, as soon as you notice issues so we can help you get back on the road in no time at all.

Why choose us

When it comes to repairing or replacing an exhaust or catalytic converter, it’s important to put your trust into a reliable garage. Here at Axminster Autos, we’ve spent the past 20 years building our reputation in the local area as a name you can trust. Our mechanics are highly experienced and provide a friendly, trustworthy service. We’ll identify the issue at hand and give you a fair, honest quote so you can make an informed decision. And, we’ll aim to get you back on the road quickly and safely.

How we work

We will discuss the issues you have highlighted to us in order to identify what could be the main cause of your problems. One of our mechanics will visually inspect your car, running the engine and testing the emissions to check them against the legal requirements. If we notice corrosion, deterioration or irreversible damage, we’ll provide you with a full quotation and as much information as possible. At all times, we want you to make an informed decision and one that gives peace of mind at all times.

Exhaust + Catalytic Converter

When you might need us

When driving, a damaged exhaust is likely to create loud or unusual sounds – some compare this to a rattling or roaring. Additionally, you may notice excessive smoke coming out of your exhaust or have experienced periods of drowsiness when driving. These are all signs that there may be an issue with your exhaust or catalytic converter. Other customers come to us just before their existing MOT is due to run out, looking for advice on whether issues they have detected may cause the car to fail. Either way, our mechanics can help to identify potential problems as early on as possible.