If the converter is partially clogged it can cause the engine to overheat which can cause serious problems. Other than that if will not harm the engine.
General condition of vehicle? Can you replace vehicle for the amount of repair? Do you like vehicle?
There is no fixing it. It must be replaced.
A model of watermill can be made by fixing a pinwheel and an energy converter through constant flowing water.
P0420 = Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold Bank 1.Replacing the oxygen (O2) sensors may sometimes fix the code, but in most cases the catalytic converter needs to be replaced to fix the problem. If the P0420 code is combined with other codes, try fixing the other codes first.
by fixing a catalytic converter in an exhaust system You should find the cause of the high reading. Its almost like asking if you want to cure the problem or just hide it. And high CO indicates a rich fuel condition hence extra expense in operating the car. At $3-$4 a gallon, fuel economy is important.
the different types of fixing the bacteria is through: heat fixing nitrogen-fixing...
fixing would be used as a verb. It would say something like: I am fixing the computer right now.Fixing:She was fixing to buy a new car, but was stopped by her husband.The teacher found that fixing each students mistakes can be a tedious job.The kids discovered some unique rocks while fixing their bikes.We are fixing to go to the mall. Would you like to go with us?
The duration of Fixing America is 1.32 hours.
The duration of Fixing Dinner is 1800.0 seconds.
Jacob is fixing the 'Rabbit' which he saved from the scrap yard and he is fixing it for himself so he can drive it around
It is probably the heat shield that is between the converter and the bottom of the car. It does what the name. They can be a pain to fix properly. I have always tried fixing mine but the "rattling" noise would always return sooner or later. I ended up taking mine off. Plus these heat shields get old and tend to vibrate relentlessly. Best best is to have someone you know take a look and see what they can do. Yes it is, and it can cost anywere from $80.00 to $200.00 to fix. It is also possible that the ceramic compount "honeycomb" in the catalytic converter is breaking apart and/or broke loose inside the converter. If this is the case, you *might* fail emissions but it shouldn't hurt anything (other than failing emissions). http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?UseCase=S001&UserAction=viewSimpleDiagInfo&Parameters=info just buy a clamp for your heatsheild.. its the cheapest and easiest fix. I fixed my heatshield with a screw gun and some self tapping screws . The shield is spotwelded in place. Find the areas that have came loose and screw, I used 3/8 inch panheads that where galvinized, they hold up to the heat very well and I hav'nt had anymore problems. I did this 2yrs ago and have had no problems.
There is no patron saint of fixing things.
There are two types of price fixing: vertical and horizontal.
You usually will want to get an estimate in order to determine if your car is worth fixing. Many times, if it is your engine, it is not going to be worth fixing.
By checking and fixing all water leaks... By checking and fixing all water leaks... By checking and fixing all water leaks... By checking and fixing all water leaks...
No need. You should be working on fixing the problem instead of fixing the blame.
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Clayton Anti-Trust Act
By N fixing bacteria.Also human involved in now
nitrogen fixing is a process in which atmosphere nitrogen converted into ammonia.
Explain the differences between horizontal and vertical price fixing..
carnivores -> herbivores -> plants -> nitrogen fixing bacteria
Plugged fuel filter? Plugged air filter? Plugged catalytic converter? Replaced fuel pressure regulator, idle air control, distributer, cap, rotar, has new plugs and wires, timing gears and gaskets,timed to specs runs like a top when idleing only when under load does it see like it can't breath yet there are no cats on it straight pipe from manifold. Parts listed above were replaced and ran like a top now not even a week after fixing it does this... >_< ... I thought it was timing but it appears not to be the issue