I can only comment on a similar experience with a 2001 Montana 8 passenger vehicle. While driving on a 4 lane highway and pulling into the inside lane to pass a vehicle while doing 100kph ( about 60 mph ) when stepping on the gas to accelerate for passing, I would notice a shake and what sounded like tiny explosions in the engine. It also may have sounded like the old knocking you used to get before electronic ignition. I found I cured a lot of these problems switching to higher octane gas for about 4 fill-ups then using mid grade gas for the rest of my fill-ups. Even though they state an octane of 87 is adequate, 89, 91 is better, cleaner burning, and better gas mileage. I have 1420,000km on mine and am using 9 liters/100 kilometers which is mostly highway driving.
A clogged muffler can.
A hole in the muffler would cause a knocking sound in your muffler. A loose exhaust pipe can also cause a knocking noise.
The machine will be much louder and make it uncomfortable to be around. Lack of a muffler can cause you to be over the noise levels for various laws and ordinances. In many places removing the muffler from a car can lead to a ticket.
A bad muffler on a 96 civic could cause loud exhaust noise. The muffler could cause hard starting if it is stopped up.
A faulty muffler will not cause this but a clogged catalytic converter will.
No a bad muffler shouldn't, but a clogged catalytic converter will.
THATS usally cause by the engine using oil-because of bad oil rings etc.
You may if the noise level is too high. But that is the least of your worries. A defective muffler may cause your death or at the very least an accident. A muffler with a break or hole in it will allow carbon monoxide to enter the passenger compartment of your vehicle, especially if you are driving with the windows up. Carbon monoxide is odorless and tasteless gas that kills. This will cause you to feel sleepy and will eventually cause you to loose control of your vehicle. Get the muffler replaced ASAP.
leaking or cracked manifold
A hole in a muffler is from two causes. It has either rusted through or been damaged by something hitting it.
If there's a hole in the muffler, you will begin to hear a loud roaring noise when you drive. You also will notice toxic fumes coming out from the muffler. These fumes can cause headaches, dizziness, and other health problems when inhaled.
cars cause pollution because of the carbon monoxide coming out of the muffler. it is very bad for the environment
IT will result in the cell exploding
anal rash or ball exploding
Maybe the muffler is bad.
yes it will has to do with back pressure exhaust from the engine
In extreme cases, it can blow the muffler wide open.
Not likely. But you know you have a hole in your muffler so unless you want to have an accident from carbon monoxide poisoning you should have it replaced ASAP. Then reset the light and if it does not come back on, you know that was the cause.
Because of condensation the inside of your muffler, the muffler will begin to deteriorate (rust) over time from the inside. This can and will cause holes in the muffler. Along with the hole (s) the internal structure of the muffler will eventually break apart and plug the muffler, preventing the exhaust gas and the pressure from the engine from exiting the vehicle. This will cause what is called "back pressure" on the engine, causing it to lose power. Extreme example would be "you push the gas pedal to the floor but the car will not go more the 25 miles per hour". I would recommend you have you muffler replace. That should solve your problem.
your car is burning oil.
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Your bad muffler might be part of the reason your check engine light comes on. Usually, your bad muffler causes something else to go wrong and that causes your check engine light to come on. Problems cascade.