How Much Rhodium is in a Catalytic Converter?

Answer The amount of rhodium in an average catalytic converter is about 0.07 oz., equaling 1g to 2g. The rhodium (symbol: RH) metal helps break up harmful gases that emit from an automobile's catalytic co... Read More »

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How to Get Platinum Rhodium And/Or Palladium Out of a Catalytic Converter?

The catalytic converter is a device added to the exhaust systems of automobiles in order to reduce the amount of pollutants put into the air. Carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides are oxidized in the... Read More »

How to Clear Catalytic Converter Codes Without Replacing Your Catalytic Converter?

With some basic automotive know how, you can permanently clear your catalytic converter error codes without changing your catalytic converter. This 3 dollar fix will save you hundreds of dollars.

What is the difference between a catalytic converter and an OBD catalytic converter?

All catalytic converters function in basically the same way: exhaust gases superheat a substrate containing various elements, which causes subsequent harmful emission to convert to a more inert for... Read More »

What is a catalytic converter?

Catalytic converters (colloquially referred to as "cats") are a vital and legally required component on all new cars. Modern cats do a much better job of cleaning the air than their predecessors, a... Read More »