Mufflers

Toyota Genuine Parts - Mufflers

There are many differences between a Toyota Genuine Muffler and non-genuine brands. The most significant difference is that each Toyota Genuine Muffler is designed, engineered and tested precisely to each individual model, engine type and capacity to ensure maximum performance, smoother emission control and the quietest operation.

Non-genuine mufflers may cause many problems and tend to rust rapidly, cause exhaust noise that makes driving uncomfortable.

Ensure you insist on the strong, silent type - Toyota Genuine Mufflers.

Toyota Genuine Mufflers deliver smooth, quiet engine performance

The role of the muffler in your car's operation goes way beyond merely suppressing engine noise. In fact, as the final component in your exhaust system, it is responsible for correctly 'breathing out' emissions, so that your engine delivers maximum performance and efficiency.

Precision engineered to your Toyota model

There are many differences between a Toyota Genuine Muffler and non-genuine brands. The most significant difference is that each Toyota Genuine Muffler is designed, engineered and tested precisely to each individual Toyota model, engine type and capacity. This ensures maximum performance, smoother emission control and the quietest operation. When your original muffler is replaced with a Toyota Genuine Muffler, the fit is perfect - ensuring that it will not leak fumes, rattle or have a negative effect on performance. And since Toyota Genuine Mufflers are constructed from the highest quality stainless or galvanised steel, they are corrosion resistant for a longer life and superior value for money.

When to replace your muffler

In most instances, your muffler will let you know when it's time for a replacement. Loud, abnormal noise indicates a hole in the muffler, although replacement should be carried out whenever there's any sort of damage or serious corrosion. Also, if your muffler becomes clogged, then you'll notice a loss of engine power. Replace your muffler immediately when:

  • It makes a low booming noise, a rattling noise, or a hissing noise.
  • The outside of the muffler is covered in soot.
  • The internal separator rattles when tapped lightly.
  • The muffler's exhaust noise becomes louder.

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