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Symptoms of A Broken Exhaust Gasket

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Symptoms of A Broken Exhaust Gasket

The symptoms of a broken exhaust gasket mainly include increased noise, exhaust gas pollution, weak acceleration of the car, frequent forced downshifting of the automatic transmission, abnormal engine noise, abnormal noise in the exhaust pipe, insufficient engine power, increased fuel consumption, increased exhaust pressure, air leakage, etc.

Increased noise: When the exhaust gasket is damaged, exhaust gas leakage will cause a significant increase in noise.

Exhaust gas pollution: A damaged gasket may cause exhaust gas leakage, which has an adverse effect on the environment.

Weak acceleration of the car: The exhaust system does not work properly, affecting the engine power and making the car feel weak when accelerating.

Frequent forced downshifting of the automatic transmission: In order to protect the engine, the automatic transmission may frequently force downshifting.

Abnormal engine noise: Exhaust gas may leak into the engine compartment, causing abnormal noise.

Abnormal noise in the exhaust pipe: Abnormal noise may occur in the exhaust pipe when accelerating or closing the throttle sharply.

Insufficient engine power: Gas is discharged directly from the damaged part, affecting the engine power and resulting in insufficient power.

Increased fuel consumption: Due to incomplete fuel combustion, the engine fuel consumption increases.

Exhaust pressure increases: Damage to the exhaust gasket causes increased exhaust pressure and produces greater noise.

Leakage: Damage to the exhaust gasket will inevitably lead to leakage. It is recommended to replace the new interface gasket in time.

These symptoms indicate that the exhaust gasket needs to be replaced to maintain the normal operation of the car's exhaust system and avoid adverse effects on car performance and the environment.