Was there a good reason to replace all of those parts? You should start with the simple things first, such as fuel filter. After you check the fule filter it also helped with my Jeep to check the Transmission Fluid. it seems to be on of the most forgotten fluids. If the fluid gets worn out it will feel like its sliping when put under a load. so good luck.
Can 99 jeep run ok with-out catalic converter
pipe between the catalic converter and muffler
in the exhaust manifold or before the catalic converter
catalic converter was removed, or needs replacing
It's the sparkplug looking thing sticking out of the exaust somewhere around the catalic converter
External heat shield or internal baffle broken
If you live in a city, state or country where emissions checks are mandatory to renew registration. Then removing your catalytic converter will make it impossible to renew your registration.
if its bogging down it could be catalic converter
The check engine light would come on and the code stored would refer to a bad cat.
there are 4 catalic converters on a 1992 grand marquis
In some cases blocked catalic converter
when you put too much oil: engine will lose much power oil push out and make damage your catalic converter
A partially clogged converter will rarely prevent you from driving the car. You can usually drive it indefinitely if it is only partially clogged. You will however see a drop in performance and fuel mileage. Once the converter becomes completely clogged, which is will over time, it must be replaced. Also if you have state emissions testing it will fail with a bad converter. A bad converter is also polluting the atmosphere. Before replacing the converter find out why it failed. Also know that the converter may be covered by the 8 year 80,000 mile federal emissions warranty.
It is behind the engine just above the catalic converter on the exost pipe. If you remove the plastic housing that holds the air filter, you will find it strate down. It will probably be rusted to the exost pipe.
cloged catalic converter,remove and drill out both ends to remove inside material. or buy a test pipe to replace it. also make sure spark plug is exact type,may require platinum plug.
Did you replace the thermostat, and check the water pump? Does the cooling fan operate as it should? A plugged catalytic converter can cause overheating. If above items check out OK you need to check for leaking head gasket.
Usually when a Catalic Converter becomes unusable, it is usually caused by a enriched fuel system. The rich fuel mixture causes the internal catalyst to become they usually generally melted down inside. This excessive heat is built up when the engine is running in a "too rich fuel mixture". After the converter has been replaced, the automobile should be taken to a repair facility, and have them connect their electronic control monitoring equipment to your on board computer, so the reason for the enriched fuel mixture can be determined and repaired.
Most manufactures do it. They use catalic converters.
I don't know. I'm just navigating. There are only 2 O2 sensors on a 97 MX6. the first one is rigth off the headers in the front of your car (should see a little wire going to it) 2nd is right after the catalic converter underneath the car
Operation temp of a converter can be in the hundreds of degrees. If it is glowing red under the vehicle there is a problem, if just normal color (rusty etc.) then it's o/k. If the heat shielding is intact/not intact (on older vehicles it corrodes & falls off) you may want to keep to the roadways in a park or while camping and keep out of the long grassy fields. Unless of course you don't like your car and want higher insurance rates....
I have a 1997 and a 1998 tacoma and I had to change that same sensor on both of them so that it can pass smog and on both of the cars they were on the exhaust right after the catalic converter. It is bolted down into the pipe (Just so you know, it was a pain to take of. I had to take out of both the exhausts just to get to the sensor).
,y car is doing the same runs fine cold once its warm shiofts hard i changed the catalic converter its a lil better whats else could it be if you know or found out please contact me email@example.com
that Really sounds like the catylyst in your catalic converter is pretty much shot...gone.. which could cause your car to catch on fire. if the catylyst is just ruined it'll break down and shoot itself into the muffler, get really hot, and eventually catch fire.