Is the exhaust system on your Wheelchair Van falling apart?

Is the exhaust system on your Wheelchair Van falling apart?

Exhaust System Repairs on Wheelchair Vans – Repair work on rusted Exhaust Systems

Exhaust systems are one of those things you don’t notice (and shouldn’t have to). So long as it’s quiet and it does its job of routing the engine exhaust outside of the vehicle, you probably never even think about preventative maintenance for it. But, that only happens because the exhaust system on your wheelchair van has been properly designed and engineered to be reliable and worry-free.

We can repair or just take a look at how your wheelchair van exhaust system looks in your BraunAbility, Eldorado, Vantage Mobility or even your rollex van.

Wheelchair van exhaust systems are custom constructed and mounted – to make sure that they’re reliable and trouble-free its best to have them inspected at a full service mobility facility.

Even if the exhaust systems are made with stainless steel, the same material the original vehicle manufacturers (Dodge, Chrysler, Toyota & Honda) use, the connection can still corrode and rust.

Keep in mind that any wheelchair van with a lowered floor will have reduced ground clearance and an exhaust system that’s lower than your average vehicle. We encourage you to come in and have your van inspected every year to you get the best, most reliable, most durable ride possible.

Description of Wheelchair Van Exhaust System Repair
Located on the underside of your vehicle, the exhaust system is responsible for collecting and directing harmful emissions away from the vehicle, reducing the amount of pollutants released into the environment, and minimizing engine exhaust noise and force. The exhaust system is composed of pipes and tubing designed to streamline vehicle operation while maximizing vehicle performance and efficiency. Engines produce dangerous gases as a byproduct of the combustion process. The exhaust manifold collects the emissions from the engine and funnels the gases through the front pipe to the catalytic converter. The converter transforms these harmful gases, like carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxide, into less harmful ones, like oxygen, nitrogen, water vapor, and carbon dioxide. The muffler helps cancel out the noise created by the engine. The muffler dissipates sound waves while the tailpipe releases the converted gases into the atmosphere.

Benefits of Exhaust System Preventative Maintenance and Repair
Depending upon the problem, the exhaust system can affect both your vehicle’s performance and your ability to drive. For these reasons, it is important to keep current with maintenance intervals on your exhaust system. A repair service or inspection may be impending if you hear excessively loud noises during acceleration. These noises may be a sign of holes or cracks somewhere in the exhaust system. Rattling noises when starting the vehicle or excessive idling may be a sign of failed or broken hangers. If you feel drowsiness while driving, this may be a serious sign that fumes are leaking through the vents and into the cabin interior. Sharp odors are also signs that noxious fumes are leaking into the vehicle. Signs of rust or cracks in any component of your exhaust system indicate corrosion. If you experience any of these symptoms, you should seek a service sooner than later. Maintaining routine exhaust system services will help keep all your exhaust components, like the exhaust manifold, front pipe, downpipe, catalytic converter, and muffler, working efficiently. Routine maintenance on your exhaust system will save you from having to replace the entire exhaust system down the road.

VMi New England proudly offers Exhaust System Repair solutions for wheelchair van customers in Bridgewater, MA – East Bridgewater, MA – West Bridgewater, MA – Brockton, MA – Taunton, MA – Middleboro, MA – Berkley, MA – Raynham, MA – Canton, MA – Stoughton, MA – Randolph, MA, and all other surrounding areas in New England.

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