Question about 2000 Lincoln LS
Disconnect the wiring from it and unscrew it from the catalytic converter and then fit the new one in reverse order.
In practice, the old one is usually solidly rusted in place so expect to use plenty of penetrating oil and if that fails you'll need to heat the metal around it with a blow torch to expand the hole it sits in. In theory it's a very simple job, but in practice it can be a real swine. By all means, attempt it yourself, but be prepared to give up and ask a professional to do it. Exhaust (US=muffler) fitting centres do this sort of thing dozens of time daily so have plenty of practice and know all the tricks.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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