Under the vehicle bolted to the exhaust pipe.
they are usually bolted on in the front of the converter.
Bolted to the exhaust manifold.
The catalytic converter in directly behind the engine. ( might need to use a flashlight ) It is bolted right to the exhaust manifold. The catalytic converter in directly behind the engine. ( might need to use a flashlight ) It is bolted right to the exhaust manifold.
The catalytic converter should be bolted onto the exhaust pipes. The bolts will have to be soaked in penetrating oil to be able to break them free, then you can replace the converter.
Driver's side exhaust, it has 2 per side that are bolted to the exhaust manifold.
Catalytic converters are in the exhaust system so replacing them is a job similar to replacing a muffler. Difference is that the converters are bolted in and have gaskets that must be replaced at the same time.
They are welded in to the exhaust stream so as to prevent easy removal, its a government thing for the protection of our air quality.
It is bolted to the driver side of the cylinder head.It is bolted to the driver side of the cylinder head.
No, it's a huge difference between the two. The exhaust valve is a kinda mushroom shaped thing that sits in the cylinder head. It's closed to retain the force from the burning fuel, then opened to let the burned fumes out, then closed again for the next round. The catalytic converter looks like a small muffler and is a part of the exhaust, bolted on in-line fairly close to the engine. Inside there's a honeycomb structure that the exhaust flows through. A special material - platinum - reacts with the exhaust to make it a little bit less polluting before it gets into the atmosphere.
The torque converter is bolted between the engine and transmission.
Yes on the exhaust manifolds but the cat should either be welded or bolted on after your Y pipe then goes to your cat!
if u mean wat it is, a cat is to filter out how much pollution the car can produce. if u want to knoe where its located, its under the car that is bolted in with the headers
The exhaust manifold is the collection of pipes bolted directly to the engine head. It carries the burnt exhaust fume out of the engine to the catalytic converter and then through the muffler and out the tail pipe.
I believe it is on the left side as you look at the engine under the intake and bolted to the side of the engine.
There are two available options to replace the catalyticÊconverter. Option one, buy a universal converter that is the right size for the car. Cut the old converter from the exhaust pipes and weld on the new one. Option two, buy a direct fit converter that can be bolted in between the exhaust manifold and the exhaust pipe. No welding is needed but the direct fit converter costs more than the universal one.
What is the location of a malfunctioning Oxygen Sensor. In a V6 or V8 engine the driver's side cylinders are one bank and the passenger side, the other bank. I would imagine "Bank 2" is the side without the the #1 cylinder on it. The sensor is screwed into the exaust manifold which is bolted to the cylinder head. "Sensor 1" denotes it from the downstream (post catalytic converter) sensor(s), which is referred to as "Sensor 2"
Direct replacements are bolted in and some aftermarkets are welded in.
on slave cylinder that's bolted to side of transmission and one on clutch damper ,which is bolted on left side of fire wall.
to answer your question. the fuel filter on a 1992 Toyota pickup is on the passenger side of the truck bolted to the block. If you look right up under the fender on the passenger side on the block you should see it.
it is on the front left side down next to the frame it is bolted to the frame. down under the master cylinder. it is down under the master cylinder on the front left side about halfway down the fender well
attached to the battery. bolted to the engine
Between the engine and the transmission bolted to the flywheel
its bolted to the cylinder block near the rear of the right cylinder head