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CATALYTIC CONVERTER BASICS
CONVERTER FAILURE

Here are some common component failures
that can lead to converter damage:


• Intake leak
• Exhaust leak
• Fuel Injector leakage
• Defective front O2 sensor
• Defective Mass Air Flow Meter (MAF)
• Defective Coolant Temperature Sensor (ECT)
• Defective Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor (MAP)


Following are the more common contaminants
that will affect O2 and Converter performance:

Oil – Bad rings or Valve seals
Sulfur – found in some low quality gasolines
Silicone – found in most Gasket sealants unless marked “O2 sensor safe”
Coolant – damaged head gaskets or Intake plenums

CONVERTER
REPLACEMENT TIPS

• Choose the right converter through application look-up.
• Replacement converter should be in same position as OE.
• Install all Oxygen Sensors as close to OE position as possible
• Maintain all heat shields for proper converter Light-off
• Always check for leaks after repairs


CONVERTER
WARRANY & RETURN INFO
Catalytic Converter Warranty >>
(49-State & Canada / California Warranty Information.)
WARRANTY RETURN CLAIM FORM >>
(This form is to be included in the box with your return.)

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