Emissions Test Failures
If your vehicle fails an emissions test, there are several common reasons why. The good news is that most of these reasons is easily fixable, and that your vehicle can often be tuned and fixed to put out a minimal amount of emissions. Here are some of the most common causes of emissions tests failures that we see in our shops:
- Imbalanced air-fuel mixture
- Faulty spark plugs
- Evaporative emissions control system defects
- Gas cap leaks
- Dirty air filters
- Old or damaged catalytic converters
- Faulty check engine light
How to Reduce Your Emissions
There are several ways to cut down on your vehicle’s emissions, and it mostly has to do with routinely taking care of your vehicle by practicing common sense maintenance. This includes getting regular oil changes, having tune ups done on your vehicle, and making sure your tires are properly inflated. Your catalytic converter is also key to cutting down on your emissions, and can drastically reduce the impact that you have on the air quality in Utah. Master Muffler is also a state industry leader in catalytic converter repairs and replacements.
Stop in for an Emissions Check, Today!
If you need an emissions check done, or would like repairs to reduce your emissions impact, then please don’t hesitate to stop by Master Muffler Orem, today! Our team is one of Utah County’s best group of mechanics and technicians, and we take pride in our knowledge, experience, and friendliness.