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What would make a Catalytic Converter to melt down? There are cats on the manifolds and they are fine, but the downstream, the one that melted was new,changed just for maintance,.The car passed emission and no signs of over fueling

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Excessive high speeds for long periods of time,wrong fuel inj. cleaner,too much fuel cleaner or octane boost,er.

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Missing then no power . Stopped exhaust glowing red .now want start but turns over


Your catalytic converter is bad ! misfiring cylinders sends raw fuel down exhaust to catalytic converter were it burns an melts the insides causing it to plug . Suggest you take your vehicle to repair shop ! A new Catalytic converter can cost up to $700.00 or more . Some states , New York , California have to have Carb. certified cats .

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4 total. 1 each manifold. Then 1 before, 1 after the CAT. You should be able to count and trace them from the connections on the top of your engine. Good luck

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P0430 is a bank two catalyst efficiency. On this vehicle bank two is the manifold that is in the front of the car by the radiator. The catalytic converter in the manifold is most likely bad. You will need an exhaust manifold to repair the issue. If the problem got bad enough that CAT would have melted out and clogged your Main CAT. If that was the case the vehicle would have little or no power under acceleration.

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If you have a skip,,then thats what killing the cats..If the new one turn red on ya,,you probably already melted the inside..Need to fix the skip before you go any further..They wont warranty the cat if it melted on the inside

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P0420 is a catalytic converter inefficiency code. The most likely problem is the catalytic converter is no longer able to function. The cat is monitored by the downstream O2 sensor. Unless there was a leak near that sensor than its unlikely (but not impossible) that an exhaust manifold leak is causing the problem.

What is possible is that the leaking exhaust manifold is skewing the readings for the upstream O2 sensors which could effect the life of the cat if the vehicle is running slightly richer than it should be.

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