Here's a simple Car Repair tip that's easy to implement - keep moisture out of your exhaust system and subsequently reduce its corrosive final results. By its very nature, exhaust fumes contain moisture. Some systems contain normal drip hole to leave puddles of water that might otherwise accumulate in mufflers, resonators, cross-overs and many things in the system. Other systems be based upon heat to drive looking moisture.
Moisture accumulation in automotive exhaust had been a big problem with older cars, but improvements in materials have helped me considerably. Even so, it still presents any for unnecessary repair if not careful and allow moisture to accumulate.
The most simple alternative to reduce moisture accumulation on the markets exhaust system is to reduce brief operation of the vehicle and use it only when you know it is possible to running it sufficiently to heat up the exhaust system and clear out moisture. A good a stringent is 10 miles brewing travel. That generally is enough to warm up the vehicle completely.
The idea is to minimize the number of times you start the car up in order to move it around showing on drive or in the street, and start the truck up primarily when you're really planning on using it. It can save on unnecessary moisture accumulation on the markets exhaust, and it's a method to save on fuel along with.
Think about all the vehicle exhaust vapors you see in the winter. Cars with steam coming out of their exhaust pipes are currently warming up and driving out moisture. Cars with relatively water vapor free exhaust emissions are likely to be running a while and scour already driven out almost all of excess moisture that would certainly accumulate in the exhaust system..