Defective silencer? With Volkswagen Genuine Parts® you'll have less stress & more peace & quiet. Simply silence: Your Volkswagen Genuine Silencer reduces the noise produced by the combustion cycle to a level that's actually lower than the legal requirement. Find out here how it works and what you can do to make sure it stays that way as long as possible.
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Volkswagen Genuine Silencers Less stress, more peace and quiet.
Bringing you more than just peace & quiet. Psst – even if it's main job is to keep the noise level down: As part of the exhaust system, your Volkswagen's silencer has a few more tricks up its sleeve.
Problems with the exhaust system. Take your foot off the gas. Carefully drive to the nearest specialist. Have the engine checked.
What you should know about your silencer. Why you shouldn't experiment with your silencer and what you can do to ensure a long service life. Here are the 3 most important facts.
Do the hearing test: Is your Volkswagen unusually loud? Is anything clattering? Do you hear any rattling sounds or a loud humming? But don't stop there - play it safe and have your silencer checked on a regular basis, e.g. during a vehicle check at your Volkswagen Partner.
A defective silencer is harmful and dangerous - for you, for the environment and
for others. An increase in noise is stressful for both animals and people, your
concentration level suffers and you can't hear warning signals properly.
If exhaust gases simply leave the vehicle unchecked, they can also damage any parts found near the silencer. Parts that have fallen off a vehicle also pose a huge risk to other road users.
It's much better to have an expert change your silencer. Reason: Its suspension has to be both firm and flexible. This will keep it safely in place and enable it to absorb any vibrations. If it's incorrectly installed, vibrations may occur. In the worst-case scenario, these may damage the exhaust system and the underbody of the vehicle.