Question about 1999 Mercury Sable
At best you can look up "bypass pipes" for replacing the missing catalytic converter. Depending on what you are driving this is not a procedure I would advise. Later model cars have dependency on the O2 sensors to adjust the engine at all times.
You will get a defect error light AND THE ENGINE MAY KEEP STALLING OR RUN TERRIBLE.
Check out sites Ecatalyticconverter.com and Discountcatalyticconverter.com for several brands which are marked down in price.
Simply said, some engines can be Retro-fitted to earlier designs that did not depend on electronics. The newer cars use the O2 readings before and after the catalytic to set transmission and engine performance.
Posted on Jul 21, 2013
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