No, because most computer run vehicles require the commpression of the catalytic converter so that specific gravity is constant for the fuel monitoring aides. However when installing a performance exshaust a computer chip assembly can be purcahsed that will include the exsaust package. JAR Check with exhaust company. Generally you can relocate your 02 sensors. Has nothing to do with compression. The sensors are heat related.
In the exhaust, near the catalytic converter.In the exhaust, near the catalytic converter.
In the exhaust pipe at the front of the catalytic converter.In the exhaust pipe at the front of the catalytic converter.
It is screwed into the exhaust at the outlet of the catalytic converter.It is screwed into the exhaust at the outlet of the catalytic converter.
Yes, legally and for the computer to function correctly you will need a catalytic converter.
On the catalytic converter or exhaust manifold On the exhaust manifold or catalytic converter
The catalytic converter is in the exhaust pipe directly behind the engine.The catalytic converter is in the exhaust pipe directly behind the engine.
The " downstream " O2 sensor is in the exhaust AFTER the catalytic converter It is also called a catalyst monitor because it is used to monitor the performance of the catalytic converter
There are two. One on each side of the catalytic converter in the exhaust.There are two. One on each side of the catalytic converter in the exhaust.
It is screwed into the exhaust pipe just before the catalytic converter.It is screwed into the exhaust pipe just before the catalytic converter.
A bad catalytic converter will cause a severely restricted exhaust system. You would notice a lack of power and performance from you vehicle and in cases of a completely blocked converter, the engine may not run.
Catback is shortened slang for "everything back from the catalytic converter". It is a bolt on exhaust which connects to the rear of the pipe holding the catalytic converter, and ends with the muffler and exhaust tip. In short, you need a cat to have a catback.
A catalytic converter is a piece of an automotive exhaust system. The catalytic converter often contains precious metals. As exhaust gases pass through the catalytic converter, chemical reactions occur which convert pollutant gases into less harmful ones.
The catalytic converter is found in the exhaust system between the engine and the muffler.
Catalytic converters are located up towards the front of the exhaust system - typically right after the pipe comes down off the engine's exhaust manifolds. If the vehicle has a single exhaust system, there will be a "Y-pipe" bringing the two exhaust manifold pipes together - the catalytic converter will be just past this. If the car has dual exhaust, there will be a catalytic converter for each.
Crawl under the vehicle and follow the exhaust pipe from the engine rearward. You will run into the catalytic converter.
The 2000 Kia main catalytic converter is located in front of the exhaust muffler. The main catalytic converter can be seen on the bottom of the automobile.
The main usage of a MagnaFlow Catalytic Converter or any other catalytic converter is commonly the reduction of toxic emissions in the exhaust systems in cars.
Oxygen sensors go in the exhaust pipes. There should be one before the catalytic converter and one after so that the computer can tell how well the catalytic converter is working.
It can't the converter is in the exhaust system
All O2 sensors are mounted in the exhaust system. There will ususally be one before the catalytic converter and one or two after the catalytic converter. All O2 sensors are mounted in the exhaust system. They look like spark plugs with wires on the back in the exhaust. There will ususally be one before the catalytic converter and one or two after the catalytic converter.
yes it can because oil cal leak into the exhaust system and contaminate the catalytic converter
The catalytic converter(s) would be found in the exhaust system between the engine and the muffler.
No, the catalytic converter is part of the exhaust system. The drive train is the engine, transmission, and differential.
The catalytic converter.