We wouldn’t call ourselves Seeburg Service Center if we weren’t experts in the field. For over forty years, we have specialized in mufflers and exhaust system repairs. So if your vehicle’s performance has been impaired by malfunctioning or missing parts, please schedule an appointment with us today. Or, if you’re simply due for a check-up, let us perform a comprehensive inspection to ensure that your vehicle’s muffler and exhaust system are in great shape. Finally, if you crave a certain rumbling sound from your vehicle and you want advanced horsepower and performance, we can help with that too! Just give us a call to get started.
Our Inspection and Repair Services
Our highly trained technicians have many years of experience working with mufflers and exhaust systems, and we are even able to fabricate custom exhaust systems and parts. We are proud of our expertise in custom bending exhaust pipes to fit any vehicle, which seems to be a dying art form. In addition, we offer a flexible range of repair options, from universal mufflers and direct-fit mufflers to performance mufflers like Flowmaster and Magnaflow. Plus, we begin every exhaust repair appointment with a free exhaust inspection as well as a free estimate for the repair with no obligations. What more could you ask for?
Our Custom Performance Services
Do you wish your car would turn heads? Do you crave a deep, loud, and rumbling car with advanced horsepower? Are you wanting your vehicle to produce a certain sound? Seeburg Service Center has got you covered. Our Magnaflow and Flowmaster performance mufflers will provide all the benefits you desire, increasing the air flow in your vehicle’s exhaust system and translating it into horsepower. Our expert mechanics can help you achieve the sound, performance, and horsepower of which you’ve always dreamed.
Why Are Exhaust Systems Important?
Exhaust systems, mufflers, and catalytic converters all play an important role within your vehicle, ensuring a safe and reliable performance. The exhaust system is primarily designed for noise reduction (its most well-known advantage), but it has another critical role: reducing harmful emissions. A well-maintained and properly functioning exhaust system will not only help your vehicle produce a more pleasant sound, but it will also reduce your vehicle’s harmful effects on the environment. In addition, your emissions system will direct harmful exhaust gases away from the inside of the car to protect you and your passengers from dangerous carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide fumes. Although an exhaust system isn’t required for a car to function, its benefits are so monumental and important, it is now a compulsory component of all American vehicles.
How Do Exhaust Systems Work?
The exhaust system sits behind your vehicle’s engine, where the exhaust manifolds connect to the cylinder heads. The exhaust system sucks up exhaust gases, analyzes them, refines them (using the catalytic converter), and then muffles them (using the muffler). Exhaust systems are crucial in protecting humans and the environment from dangerous fumes, and they affect your vehicle’s gas mileage as well as the air you breathe. Without an efficient exhaust system, you would not be able to drive your car on U.S. streets or highways, you would significantly increase the harm you inflict on the environment, and your car’s amplified noise would surely frustrate all of your friends and neighbors.
Scheduling Repairs and Inspections
If you’ve noticed any strange symptoms or malfunctions regarding your exhaust system, schedule an appointment to be sure that your muffler, catalytic converter, and exhaust system are all in good health. In addition, remember that some serious problems will not be immediately obvious to you and are typically only detected through an inspection. Because of this, we recommend that you have your vehicle’s exhaust system inspected at least once a year.
Are you ready to have your exhaust system repaired, inspected, or enhanced? Give the auto experts at Seeburg Service Center a call. We have four locations in Missouri and Arkansas:
- Springfield, Missouri (417-869-0551)
- Springdale, Arkansas (479-872-7300)
- Rogers, Arkansas (479-636-6900)
- Fayetteville, Arkansas (479-442-4242)