It could be a stuffed catalytic converter.
No a bad muffler shouldn't, but a clogged catalytic converter will.
yes ,gud chance it is blocked
Catalytic converter gone bad
A clogged converter will cause an extreme loss in power, poor mileage, and hard starting. If it is clogged really, really, bad it may cause the engine to not even start.
Perhaps plugged catalytic converter
A partially clogged converter can get red hot. It could possibly start a fire.
Some symptoms of a bad catalytic converter on a 1994 Lumina are engine stalling, engine backfiring, no start of engine, and poor power pick up. If the catalytic converter has rust holes, the vehicle will also be very loud when running.
Start the engine. The water will evaporate from the heat generated by the engine.
Yes, if it just started in time you will lose power and speed, replace it, it is breaking up inside.
If the cat was totally blocked, the engine may start and run briefly for a few seconds. If the cat was partially blocked the engine would run but lack serious power.
most likely your catalytic converter is clogged. if u warm it up at nite and look under the car and part of the muffler system is glowing red it is usually the catalytic converter and it will have to be replaced.
Yes it can
probably but it will sure start stinking.
Maty be a plugged catalytic converter
clogged catalytic converter Agreed.......the smell of rotten eggs is an indication you have a problem with your cataltic converter
yes a bad catalytic converter can make different problem 1 if is clog is so much restriction the engine don't start or run a few seconds or few minutes and stall if the damage cat is bank 1 and direct fit some pieces reach the [ egr ] valve and can get stuck open and the engine don't start or shakes allot
a bad engine
Most cars won't even run is the converter is clogged. Clogged converters can get very hot, maybe even start fires.
probably the catalytic converter.
Crawl under the vehicle and start at the engine and follow the exhaust pipe backward toward the rear of the vehicle. You will run into the converter.
Some cats can go on either way but some can't did you put it on the right way
I'd assume too much soot would build up and the truck would not start.
Hard to start, loss of power, excess fuel usage, and overall poor performance.