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How to replace a catalytic converter on a 1997 honda civic ex

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If the bolts are rusted
u need a torch to burn them out
remove the bolt from the front of the cat and the rear othecat
somemodels have o2sensor on them, u have to be able to remove it before u take outthe cat or u will have ahard time
if it's universal u need to cutout the old cat
if u can't handle all of this take it to a muffler shop

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