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98 jeep grand cherokee

The problem that i have is the car runs like ****. it has lost its balls. exhaust stinks. tries to stall, but hasn't yet. when driving down the road it, i don't know how to explain it, maybe it sputters. please help me. i don't have much money so i have to do it myself. thank you in advance.

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Definite symptoms of a bad catalytic converter. A smelly exhaust and loss of power are early signs of catalytic converter problems. You may notice increased heat on the floor boards as well, When the converter goes bad, it heats up. Hope this answers your question. All the best!
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