Exhaust Elbows

Important: To get started, click the blue "Filter Options" button to select your vehicle and then use the filters to narrow your options.

Important: To get started, select your vehicle on the left and then use the filters to narrow your options.

What is an exhaust elbow?

An exhaust elbow is a curved pipe that allows a vehicle's exhaust system to be routed around, rather than over or through, an obstacle such as a vehicle frame or another component of the exhaust system.

What is the purpose of an exhaust elbow?

The purpose of an exhaust elbow is to allow for more efficient routing of the exhaust system so that it is not obstructed by other components of the vehicle, and to ensure that the exhaust gases are expelled from the vehicle efficiently.

How do I determine if my exhaust elbow is faulty?

If your exhaust elbow is faulty, you may notice a decrease in engine performance, as well as a loud noise coming from the exhaust system. If you suspect your exhaust elbow is faulty, you should have it inspected and tested by a qualified professional.

Can a faulty exhaust elbow cause damage?

Yes, a faulty exhaust elbow can cause damage to other components of the exhaust system, as well as other components of the vehicle. It can also lead to decreased engine performance and increased fuel consumption.

How do I replace an exhaust elbow?

Replacing an exhaust elbow requires professional knowledge and expertise. The following steps should be followed when replacing an exhaust elbow:

  1. Disconnect the exhaust pipe from the elbow.
  2. Remove the bolts that secure the elbow to the exhaust manifold.
  3. Install the new elbow and secure it with the bolts.
  4. Reconnect the exhaust pipe to the new elbow.