Yes, each part of the exhaust will wear out at varying time frames, a normal exhaust lasts, on average, anywhere from 2 to 8 years, your older car is benefit from an exhaust replacement.
Signs You Need to Replace Your Exhaust
The muffler’s main job is to quiet the sounds your exhaust makes. If you’ve recently heard more hissing, banging, or loud sounds from your exhaust, it’s a good sign that you should have the parts inspected. If your engine is unusually noisy, your exhaust may have received damage, an exhaust leak can create these loud sounds.
High levels of rust, dark spots, and visible corrosion.
You Smell Fumes
Rotten egg smells or other strong odors in your car’s cab are dangerous to your health and the environment. If you notice the smell of fumes from your vehicle, it’s a sign that you require a new exhaust.
If you smell unusual odors from your vehicle, protect yourself and your surroundings with an exhaust replacement.
Benefits of an Entire Exhaust Upgrade
Whether replacing the exhaust or just a section, such as the exhaust manifold, your car will perform more efficiently.
A new exhaust system will boost your classic car’s appearance and make the visible parts of the exhaust, such as the exhaust tips, look brighter, cleaner, and generally better.
Help your engine extend its lifespan and work more effectively with a new, improved exhaust.
A new exhaust system will improve gas mileage and lessen its pollution output so that you can drive your classic car without harming the environment.