It is rarely pleasing to hear a sound you don’t know about, and which originates from your car. Thus, what if you spot an exhaust noise that persists on your Dodge Ram? It is highly possible that this is a minimal issue, however, before being sure, it is better to conduct some verifications. Our team has produced this to support you fix it. First, we will look at the possible reasons if you have a muffled exhaust sound on your Dodge Ram and second, if you have a metallic rattling noise on your Dodge Ram.exhaust-noise-dodge-ram

Muffled exhaust noise Dodge Ram

Exhaust pipe with holes Dodge Ram

Having a muffled sound from its exhaust is not insignificant and can end in over-consumption, or a malfunction of the engine, which could after a while become dirty, for example. If you have an exhaust noise on your Dodge Ram, it is plausible that it is due to a hole in the exhaust pipe, this is the most usual explanation. In order to validate this, situate a friend or relative under the running motor automobile and accelerate to help them find the origin of the hole. Once discovered, if it is not too large you can cold seal it with specific metallic mastic type legs. Otherwise, the section will have to be swapped.

Element dislocated exhaust pipe Dodge Ram

The other possibility of being confronted with a muffled exhaust noise on Dodge Ram is to have a part of the exhaust device that has dislocated resulting from vibrations for example. Indeed some junctions of the different parts of the pot can loosen along with time and generate an exhaust gas leak in places not intended for this goal. These fumes will then generate a loud noise. Same technique as above, we go under the Dodge Ram to discern the issue location, and tighten or replace the bolts. If you hear a muffled sound but after verifying it doesn’t seem to come from the pot itself, think about taking a look at this article which gives solutions gives solutions about rear end noises on Dodge Ram.

Metal rattling exhaust sound Dodge Ram

Damaged exhaust muffler noise Dodge Ram

If, alternatively, you are subject to an exhaust sound that is more of a metallic sort of, it is plausible that one or more parts of your exhaust may be weakened. Indeed, it is conceivable that either your baffles, the catalyst or the silencer are the induce of this noise. To be sure, go under your Dodge Ram, cold, and tap each of the previously stated parts with a hammer to discern the origin of the noise. You should move things between things in the problematic part, if they are baffles, you can try to push the section a little bit to try to block them and thus limit their movements. If it is a out of date catalyst, it will be necessary to consider replacing it, as well as the silencer. In this case, to stop the exhaust noise on your Dodge Ram, you will either have to find a second hand one and do it yourself, or go to your mechanic.

Metal rattling exhaust noise Dodge Ram : Silentblock, loose pot

Finally, a metallic exhaust noise on your Dodge Ram may be linked to a poor attachment of your exhaust to your automobile. Indeed, after some time, vibrations, the pot fasteners on the automobile chassis can come off. In this case, you need to check, when cold, that the pot holds well, to try to get it to move in different directions and watch how it behaves. Backwards there should be some play and be able to move but not too much. The closer you get to the engine, the more fixed it should be. Visually check the fasteners for which you have doubts. Finally, it is possible that a silentbloc may have died . In this case it will have to be swapped.