Truck moves at a turtles pace it's not the catalytic converter, but i've been hearing from unqaulified people that it may be speed sensor or oxygen sensors, i just can't see something that small keeping my truck from ecellerating.
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I would have thought so, too. You can check easy enough-they are always in the exhaust stream, so just follow the exhaust from the exhaust manifold back. There has to be one before the catalytic converter, and newer cars can have one after the converter to monitor the cat's efficiency. Good luck.
i have a 1990 toyota camry, it is overheated very fast, its catalytic converter is clogged and i drilled a few holes in it to let some of that stuff out to let it generate right, but it is not wanting to stay crankedand when the engine gets to a certain temperature, the sound of the engine changes and if you hit the gas all it does is shake and you hear a pinging sound in the engine and when you cut it off it wont crank again until it cools all the way back down