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Need to replace the Catalytic Converter, however, I don't know where it is located. I have a '99 Suzuki Vitara, with a 4-cyl engine.

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It's just forward of your muffler in your exhaust. Looks like a "mini" muffler and has a flange mounted to front side if it.

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