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Catalytic Converters, honda civic ex can I fix it instead buying a new one

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No but because yours is flanged easy fix get a universal converter gaskets you will need some peices of exhaust take the old unit and the new one to a welding shop have them make you new one the same length as the old one and cut the flanges off the old one and weld to new one all this is probably cheaper than buying a direct fit converter

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