Under the vehicle, the manifold connects to a "head pipe", and the head pipe connects to a device that just looks like a mufler, but it's not. That's the catalytic converter.
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A plugged catalytic converter could be the culprit.
loss of power under a oad is a good indication of a clogged catalytic converter
yes depending on the trucks. more yhan likely a 89 ford truck wont fit an 03 Chevy pickup
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It could be your catalytic converter... yes, catalytic converters clog on these often. its fairly easy to unbolt it from the exhaust manifold. if you take it off, shine a flashlight up from the bottom, you should be able to see light from the top.
check the transmission fluid level, It sounds like a transmission problem ?
1) clogged EGR ports--might have to be cleaned 2) check engine timing is in spec 3) make sure car is not overheating 4) catalytic converter 1) clogged EGR ports--might have to be cleaned 2) check engine timing is in spec 3) make sure car is not overheating 4) catalytic converter
There IS an oxygen sensor BEFORE the catalytic converter and that's the one that typically needs to be replaced. Not all vehicles have a second oxygen sensor after the catalytic converter and of those that do, it almost requires physical damage to the vehicle to damage the rear sensor. The front oxygen sensor screws into the exhaust manifold, typically right where the exhaust comes together into a single pipe. It will be a screw in device that looks similar to a spark plug and it should have 2 or more wires out the top. If you crawl under the car and look you will know for sure.
Depends on which of the readings failed. Was it CO (carbon monoxide), HC (hydrocarbons), NOx (nitrous of oxides), or a combination of them?
The O2 sensor is on the drivers side exhaust manifold. When all four exhaust pipes come together from the manifold that area is called the collector. The O2 sensor should be right there. If your looking for this and you get to the catalytic converter you have gone too far.
How long does it take.to change a waterpump on a 89 f250
yes it will ,but use the torque converter from 89 trans
Drain it and change it!
89 Buick Century uses a timing Chain. Not a belt.
Change the fuse, check the wiring, change the element.
Bad catalytic converter. It won't throw a code. Replace the plugs/wires, too. You probably had a bad plug or two and it fouled up the cat over time.
Be careful on this. I did it to myself . I install my transmission back on my 89 bronco and found out I didn't lock in the converter right and damage it. Cost me an extra $700 to repair the pump and new converter had the same systems as you.
how do you change front ring and pinion on 89 Toyota pickup
sell the car you shouldn't be around it if u cannot change the tire