Question about Hyundai Elantra
The catalytic convertor has probably been dead for 30 Kmiles already; they don't need to last more than 50 Kmiles to make the EPA happy.
The convertor being dead isn't going to have much influence on anything you care about (unless you're a Green party member) but a replacement unit will be <$100 for a generic one, the labor is likely to run higher than that since the 'universal' type usually requires some modification on your system or the convertor to install it.
OEM types can cost a great deal more.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
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