Symptoms Of a Clogged Exhaust Manifold In Your Volkswagen From Experts

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Volkswagen is one of the most reliable cars in the world due to its good performance and user-friendly features. However, Volkswagen has also got its fair share of issues and a common problem reported by most drivers are related to the clogging of the exhaust manifold in their car. The exhaust manifold is an important part of the exhaust system and helps in expelling toxic gases from the car. Go through the slide to know the symptoms of a clogged exhaust manifold gasket in your Volkswagen.

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Symptoms of a Clogged Exhaust Manifold in Your Volkswagen From Experts in Santa Cruz

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The exhaust manifold is an important part of your Volkswagen that helps in expelling the toxic fumes from your car.

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However, of late, many Volkswagen drivers have been complaining about a clogged exhaust system in their cars.

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There are various factors that can cause the exhaust manifold to get clogged.

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Here are the symptoms of a clogged exhaust manifold in your Volkswagen.

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Foul smell

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The foul burning smell from under the hood of your car is a sign of problems with the exhaust manifold.

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Whenever the exhaust manifold in your car gets blocked, you will experience a burning smell of plastic or rubber.

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The system is made up of either rubber & due to clogging, the heat inside the system starts to build up.

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This buildup of heat starts to melt the plastic or rubber material that the exhaust manifold is made up of.

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Performance Takes A H it

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If you frequently experience that your car is underperforming, the issue lies with the exhaust system of your car.

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In most cases, a clogged exhaust manifold is a culprit behind the sudden dip in the performance of your VW.

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You may notice that your car might not accelerate the way it used to previously.

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In addition to this, sometimes a loose exhaust manifold gasket also leads to performance issues.

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Unusual Sound F rom T he E xhaust

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Issues in the exhaust system of your Volkswagen often leads to unusual sound from the car.

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Most of the time damaged parts in the exhaust system create a lot of noise.

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Moreover, any kind of crack in the components of the exhaust system will create a lot of sounds.

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Whenever the exhaust manifold is clogged or damaged, then you are going to hear a hissing or tapping sound.

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Conclusion

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These are some of the symptoms evident whenever there are problems with the exhaust manifold. Take your Volkswagen to a certified mechanic to help clean the exhaust manifold.

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