Question about 1996 Toyota Celica
There are several makers of aftermarket 'universal' cats that start at around $60-70 US.
The disadvantage is the 'universal' part; they usually universally don't fit and required adaptors.
Since they all work the same way, I wouldn't be concerned about function.
About any 'chain' auto parts store should be able to cross your Celica to the closest one available.
Autozone, Advanced Auto and NAPA all have online websites and I would try there first.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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