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Catalic converter 2004 vw jetta 1.8T, how much does it cost to replace? a ballpark figure

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At least a Couple of Hundred Bucks at the Least for this Repair. It is never Cheap But, Does not need to be ChangedPlease Rate my Response, I need all the Help That I can Get! Thanks! very Often.

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My son bought a 2004 Jetta used and the Converter was covered under some sort of recall - you should check that out

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