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How a Car Exhaust Silencer Works?

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A car's exhaust silencer works by reflecting sound waves produced by the engine thus cancelling out the noise. Also known as a muffler, the exhaust silencer contains a series of tubes and chambers, which are actually fine tuned as a musical instrument.
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