Question about 2002 Toyota Tundra
My engine light was on and Toyota says I have a bad front catalytic converter. They reset the light but didn't have the part in stock. They said the light will come back on and when I was ready, they would order the part and install it for $1700.00 part and labor.
That's a lot of money. Is it difficult to get to? Where is it located and what issues might I run into if I try to replace it myself? Where can I find a maintenance resource to research the project? If the cost is mostly the price if the part, then I may as well pay the man.
Just so you know, "Walker" makes a bolt-on cat for this truck and it costs about $150. They are not as good as the Toyota cats, and you really want to keep the factory one if possible. With that kind of mileage on your plugs, I'm certain they're fried.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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