Exhaust

Did your car fail its emissions test? Is it noticeably louder or rattling? Visit our staff of ASE-certified technicians at Jensen Tire & Auto; we’ll have you back on the road and sounding great in no time. Jensen Tire & Auto offers high-quality auto repair including muffler repair and exhaust service at reasonable prices in Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs, and surrounding areas.

What the Exhaust System does: An exhaust system not only reduces engine noise, it also keeps harmful fumes away from your vehicle. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas, which could escape from an unsecured exhaust system. For your protection as well as the protection of your family, it is very important to have your exhaust system examined on a regular basis. Properly functioning exhaust systems not only sound better, they are better for you, your car, and the environment.

Why muffler repair & exhaust service is necessary: Pinpointing signs of corrosion, wear, and damage can prevent splits and punctures in your exhaust system. Many states and counties call for emissions testing to register your vehicle (which Jensen Tire & Auto can do!), and having an emissions service done before your testing can save you time and money in the long run.

When to get your muffler checked out:

  • Loud thumps, growls, or bangs
  • Signs of rust
  • A vibration or shaking of your muffler when idling
  • Your muffler is hanging lower than expected

If you experience an abnormally loud noise coming from your car, it’s important to get your exhaust system examined instantly! It’s also important to have your car’s exhaust system inspected yearly. Need your emissions test done? Jensen Tire & Auto can help with that, too!

A Jensen Tire & Auto exhaust assessment will include:

  • Checking that mounts are safe and secure
  • Examining your exhaust pipelines so there are no fractures
  • Checking your catalytic converter (the part that redirects dangerous emissions)
  • Inspecting air sensors
  • Examining exhaust manifolds and gaskets for wear
  • Examining the muffler for indications of rust or wear

Jensen Tire & Auto delivers high-quality exhaust & muffler service and repair, plus a full line of exhaust service choices, from high-efficiency mufflers to substitute systems.  Schedule an appointment for a muffler and exhaust check today at Jensen Tire & Auto to avoid problems and to extend the life of your car! Let our ASE-certified mechanics keep you safely on the road.

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Auto Repair FAQ

What service warranties do you offer?

We at Jensen Tire & Auto are proud to offer one of the best service warranties in the industry. Our minimum warranty for any auto repair is 90 days or 4,000 miles, whichever comes first. Visit our warranties page for more information.

Should I use synthetic oil?

Some manufacturers recommend using synthetic oil in their vehicles. Be sure to check your owner’s manual to determine if is recommended for your vehicle before getting your oil changed.

Why change transmission fluid?

Transmission fluid is an internal lubricant just like engine motor oil. During certain driving conditions and mileage intervals, transmission fluid, because of wear and age, can break down and become contaminated. This may result in costly transmission repairs and possibly the need for replacement. As a general rule the transmission fluid and, in some instances, the transmission filter should be replaced at 25,000-mile intervals. You should always consult your vehicle's Owner's Manual for recommended service intervals before scheduling any transmission services.

When should my belts be changed?

You should begin checking your vehicle's belts at 20,000 miles. Things to look for include cracks, splits, glazing, peeling, greasy buildup, and splitting or missing sections. It you notice any of these conditions you should arrange to have all of your vehicle's belts simultaneously changed out. If a serpentine belt breaks, many other components including your vehicle's alternator, water pump, power steering, etc., will not function, resulting in further damage and costly auto repairs.