Question about 2008 Toyota 4Runner
I had someone try and steal my Catalytic converter by sawing thru the pipe connected to the back of the converter. They were not able to steal it but left a saw hole thru the pipe. I took it to my Toyota dealer and they are telling me that the pipe is part of the Cataytic converter and they would have to replace the whole converter. When I look at pictures of a conveter on the internet it appears as though the pipe can be disconnected for the converter and replaced. If I have the converter still why are they telling me the whole thing as to be replaced and not just the small pipe that was cut? Are they(Toyota Dealer) trying to rip me off?
Cool. You have no problems getting it welded.
Please tell me, which dealer wanted to seel you a cat? I have connection with Toyota HQ, they need to know this stuff. Selling you a cat is simply BS.
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Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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