Toyota FJ Cruiser Exhaust Manifold And Converter Assembly
About Exhaust Manifold And Converter Assembly
An exhaust manifold is the part of the car engine that collects exhaust gases from the combustion chamber of the engine through multiple pipe outlets into the catalytic converter that purifies these toxic gases and passes them into the muffler that helps to dampen the noise generated.
How Exhaust Manifold And Converter Assembly Works?
The exhaust manifold is simple to operate. It is attached to the engine compartment or bolted and absorbs all the exhaust gases and passes through the exhaust pipes. Such exhaust gases flow through the header through the catalytic converted to the silencer or muffler through the exhaust pipes and finally. Air-fuel mixture of all cylinders was collected by the exhaust collector. The exhaust manifold is fixed with an oxygen sensor to detect the quantity and quality of the mixture of air and fuel upon completion of the process. The gases are then sent to the rest of the exhaust system.
Where is Exhaust Manifold And Converter Assembly Located?
It can be found on the engine, bolted directly on to the block of the engine.