How to Install 1988 Dodge Daytona Catalytic Converters?

Answer The catalytic converter is an emissions device that prevents unburned fuel in the exhaust from escaping the vehicle and entering the atmosphere. Catalytic converters first hit the market in the ear... Read More »

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How to Change the Timing Belt on a 1988 Through 1997 3.0 Dodge Daytona?

It is recommended by the manufacturer that the timing belt on the 1988 through 1997 3.0 Dodge Daytona is replaced at 60,000-mile intervals. This recommendation comes from a study of the service his... Read More »

How to Install Catalytic Converters in An Oldsmobile?

A bad catalytic converter on your Oldsmobile model will lead to poor fuel economy and lack of engine power. Although it is not possible to service the catalytic converter, you can replace it with a... Read More »

Do catalytic converters save gas?

Catalytic converters don't save gas. The engine attachments actually restrict air flow, significantly reducing engine efficiency and power output. Some auto enthusiasts opt for high-flow catalytic ... Read More »

Do catalytic converters contain gold?

Catalytic converters do not contain gold. When government regulations mandated the installation of catalytic converters on new cars in the 1970s, the converters contained a combination of platinum,... Read More »