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MagnaFlow Universal CARB Catalytic Converter 459005
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  • Part # 459005
  • SKU # 143565
  • Application: Universal - Requires cut and weld
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. 2.25". Rear left, rear right. CARB Executive Order D-193-101. Engine Family Number 5TYXT04.7VWW. Certification Level: LEV1 ULEV. OE Spec. Cutting and welding required during installation. This product is in compliance with California regulations.
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592
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MagnaFlow Universal CARB Catalytic Converter 447205
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306
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  • Part # 447205
  • SKU # 89559
  • Application: Universal - Requires cut and weld
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. 2.25". Rear. CARB Executive Order D-193-103. Engine Family Number VFM4.028G1GK. Certification Level: TIER1. OE Spec. Cutting and welding required during installation. This product is in compliance with California regulations.
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MagnaFlow Universal CARB Catalytic Converter 5451355
$
947
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  • Part # 5451355
  • SKU # 963618
  • Application: Universal - Requires cut and weld
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. CARB Executive Order D-193-143. Engine Family Number 5CRXT03.3NE0 or 5CRXT03.8NE0. Certification Level: LEV2 LEV. OE Spec. Without Stow N Go Seating. Cutting and welding required during installation. Legal for use in the state of California, New York and Maine.
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MagnaFlow Universal CARB Catalytic Converter 441304
$
343
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  • Part # 441304
  • SKU # 979810
  • Application: Universal - Requires cut and weld
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. 2". Rear right. CARB Executive Order D-193-96. Engine Family Number 1HYXV03.0G2S. Certification Level: TLEV. OE Spec. Cutting and welding required during installation. This product is in compliance with California regulations.
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343
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MagnaFlow Universal CARB Catalytic Converter 459006
$
592
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  • Part # 459006
  • SKU # 143566
  • Application: Universal - Requires cut and weld
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. 2.5". Rear left, rear right. CARB Executive Order D-193-101. Engine Family Number 4PRXT04.5SE1, 4PRXT04.5TE1. Certification Level: LEV1 ULEV. OE Spec. Cutting and welding required during installation. This product is in compliance with California regulations.
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592
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MagnaFlow Universal CARB Catalytic Converter 5551356
$
908
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  • Part # 5551356
  • SKU # 1078555
  • Application: Universal - Requires cut and weld
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. Left or right. CARB Executive Order D-193-144. Engine Family #BCRXT03.7VP0. Certification Level: LEV2 ULEV. OE Spec. Cutting and welding required during installation. Legal for use in the state of California, New York and Maine.
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908
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MagnaFlow Direct Fit CARB Catalytic Converter 4481616
$
828
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  • Part # 4481616
  • SKU # 243540
  • Application: OE Direct Fit - Factory mounting style
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. CARB Executive Order D-193-139. Engine Family Number 1HNXV03.2K5U. Certification Level: LEV1 LEV. Legal for use in the state of California, New York and Maine.
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828
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MagnaFlow Universal CARB Catalytic Converter 81825MGF
$
429
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  • Part # 81825MGF
  • SKU # 143556
  • Application: Universal - Requires cut and weld
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. Front Left or front right. CARB Executive Order D-193-101. Engine Family Number 1CRXA0360J41 or 1CRXA0360K41. Certification Level: LEV1 ULEV. OE Spec. Cutting and welding required during installation. Legal for use in the state of California, New York and Maine.
$
429
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MagnaFlow Universal CARB Catalytic Converter 418005
$
377
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  • Part # 418005
  • SKU # 698065
  • Application: Universal - Requires cut and weld
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. CARB Executive Order D-193-119. Engine Family Number STY3.41JGFEK. Certification Level: TIER1. OE Spec. Cutting and welding required during installation. Legal for use in the state of California, New York and Maine.
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377
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MagnaFlow Universal CARB Catalytic Converter 337304
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382
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  • Part # 337304
  • SKU # 273690
  • Application: Universal - Requires cut and weld
    Notes: Pre-OBDII Catalytic Converter. Front. CARB Executive Order D-193-102. Certification Level: PRE-OBDII. OE Spec. Cutting and welding required during installation. Legal for use in the state of California, New York and Maine.
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382
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MagnaFlow Direct Fit CARB Catalytic Converter 5461171
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1428
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  • Part # 5461171
  • SKU # 501460
  • Application: OE Direct Fit - Factory mounting style
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. Right. CARB Executive order D-193-140. Engine family number BGMXV03.6053. Certification level: LEV2 LEV. Rear wheel drive. This product is in compliance with California regulations
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1428
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MagnaFlow Universal CARB Catalytic Converter 418006
$
377
99
  • Part # 418006
  • SKU # 698061
  • Application: Universal - Requires cut and weld
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. CARB Executive Order D-193-119. Engine Family Number SCR122VJG2EK, certification Level: TLEV or SCR2.0VJGFEK and SCR2.0VJGFEL, certification Level: TIER1. OE Spec. Cutting and welding required during installation. Legal for use in the state of California, New York and Maine.
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377
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MagnaFlow Direct Fit CARB Catalytic Converter 5481342
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  • Part # 5481342
  • SKU # 1115643
  • Application: OE Direct Fit - Factory mounting style
    Notes: Manifold converter, Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. Exhaust manifold with integrated catalytic converter. Right. CARB Executive Order D-193-146. Engine Family Number 5TYXT04.0NEM. Certification Level: LEV2 LEV. Legal for use in the state of California, New York and Maine.
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MagnaFlow Direct Fit CARB Catalytic Converter 5582578
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3796
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  • Part # 5582578
  • SKU # 1114885
  • Application: OE Direct Fit - Factory mounting style
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII catalytic converter. CARB executive order D-193-148. Engine family number BGMXT05.3381. Certification level: LEV2 ULEV. Legal for use in the state of California, New York and Maine.
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MagnaFlow Universal CARB Catalytic Converter 5571204
$
319
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  • Part # 5571204
  • SKU # 243205
  • Application: Universal - Requires cut and weld
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. Pre-OBDII Catalytic Converter. Rear. CARB Executive order D-193-137. Engine family number BHNXV02.4DB9. Certification level: LEV2 ULEV. OE Spec. California emissions equipped vehicles registered outside of California. Automatic transmission. Cutting and welding required during installation. This product is in compliance with California regulations
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319
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MagnaFlow Universal CARB Catalytic Converter 82639MGF
$
384
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  • Part # 82639MGF
  • SKU # 537583
  • Application: Universal - Requires cut and weld
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. 2". Front left. CARB Executive Order D-193-97. Engine Family Number VFM4.6VJG1FL. Certification Level: TIER1. Cutting and welding required during installation. This product is in compliance with California regulations.
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384
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MagnaFlow Direct Fit CARB Catalytic Converter 4481773
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1134
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  • Part # 4481773
  • SKU # 243615
  • Application: OE Direct Fit - Factory mounting style
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. CARB Executive Order D-193-139. Engine Family Number XVWXV01.8228. Certification Level: TLEV. Legal for use in the state of California, New York and Maine.
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1134
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MagnaFlow Direct Fit CARB Catalytic Converter 4451285
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834
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  • Part # 4451285
  • SKU # 243550
  • Application: OE Direct Fit - Factory mounting style
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. CARB Executive Order D-193-136. Engine Family Number 1CRXA0360J11, 1CRXA0360K11, 1CRXT05.95B1 or 1CRXT05.95B8. Certification Level: TIER1. Legal for use in the state of California, New York and Maine.
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834
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MagnaFlow Direct Fit CARB Catalytic Converter 81850MGF
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1215
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  • Part # 81850MGF
  • SKU # 272630
  • Application: OE Direct Fit - Factory mounting style
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII converters front. CARB Executive Order D-193-103. Engine Family Number 1CRXT04.02D0. Certification Level: LEV1 LEV. This product is in compliance with California regulations.
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MagnaFlow Direct Fit CARB Catalytic Converter 5561810
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1755
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  • Part # 5561810
  • SKU # 1078474
  • Application: OE Direct Fit - Factory mounting style
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. CARB Executive order D-193-141. Engine family number 7VVXV02.4U2N. Certification level: LEV2 ULEV. LEV2 ULEV (Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle). This product is in compliance with California regulations
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MagnaFlow Universal CARB Catalytic Converter 81804MGF
$
396
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  • Part # 81804MGF
  • SKU # 537627
  • Application: Universal - Requires cut and weld
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. Front. CARB Executive Order D-193-96. Engine Family Number YTYXV03.0FFC. Certification Level: LEV1 LEV. OE Spec. Cutting and welding required during installation. Legal for use in the state of California, New York and Maine.
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396
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MagnaFlow Direct Fit CARB Catalytic Converter 551753
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1361
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  • Part # 551753
  • SKU # 893663
  • Application: OE Direct Fit - Factory mounting style
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Converter. CARB Executive Order D-193-133. Engine Family Number CNSXV01.6G4A. Certification Level: LEV2 ULEV. This product is in compliance with California regulations.
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1361
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MagnaFlow Direct Fit CARB Catalytic Converter 4481022
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  • Part # 4481022
  • SKU # 243349
  • Application: OE Direct Fit - Factory mounting style
    Notes: Verify EFN (Engine Family Number) found on emission label on vehicle. OBDII Catalytic Converter. CARB Executive Order D-193-139. Engine Family Number 6MAXT02.4GBB. Certification Level: LEV1 LEV. Legal for use in the state of California, New York and Maine.
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MagnaFlow Direct Fit CARB Catalytic Converter 3391474
$
759
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  • Part # 3391474
  • SKU # 384734
  • Application: OE Direct Fit - Factory mounting style
    Notes: Pre-OBDII converter. CARB Executive Order D-193-132; Certification Level : PRE-OBDII. 2-1/2" inner diameter inlet and 2-1/2" outer diameter outlet; To 8,500 lbs gross vehicle weight. Legal for use in the state of California, New York and Maine.
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About

Catalytic Converter

A catalytic converter is an essential part of your car's exhaust system. It has the unique task of taking dangerous pollutants, such as carbon monoxide, and chemically changing them to something less dangerous like carbon dioxide. Many people want to know how catalytic converters work. They have catalysts that react with these compounds before they are released into the environment, and they are required for passing inspection.

What Are Catalytic Converters?
Exactly what are catalytic converters? These are part of the car's exhaust system, and they are responsible for converting harmful compounds into less harmful ones. A few of these compounds include carbon monoxide, nitrogen gas, nitrogen oxides, and hydrocarbons. The catalytic converter will make them less harmful while also reducing overall emissions.

The first catalytic converters were produced in 1975 when the government demanded regulations on exhaust. This was considered the best way to meet regulations without reducing the performance or power of the vehicle. You may notice that these parts are more expensive than most, and there's a good reason for that. They often use gold, platinum, and palladium.

The interior uses a honeycomb pattern to slow down the exhaust. This ensures that the catalysts have time to completely convert exhaust before it's released.

How Catalytic Converters Work
Here's some additional information about how catalytic converters work. They are responsible for breaking down harmful compounds into less harmful ones, such as nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and water. This is done through a chemical process that rapidly breaks down the compounds before they leave your vehicle.

Catalytic converters have catalysts that are capable of breaking down the compounds. The harmful compounds would naturally break down on their own, but the natural process takes far too long. Catalysts make the process much faster and break down the compounds in seconds. The majority of modern cars have a three-stage converter.

Stage one and two involve both reduction and oxidation catalysts. The reduction catalyst usually comes from radium and platinum while the oxidation one is from palladium and platinum. As you can see, platinum is used in many areas with catalytic converters. These break down the harmful compounds as they pass through.

The final stage includes the engine. The engine has an oxygen sensor, and it senses how much oxygen is in the exhaust system. Fuel injection depends on this process as the engine might either increase or decrease how much fuel is injected into the gas chambers. For example, if the oxygen is currently low and the catalytic converter needs more time, then less fuel will be injected until the oxygen levels are higher. This balances the overall pollutants emitted from the exhaust system.

There is also a two-stage catalytic converter that works a little differently. The first stage specifically reduces nitrogen oxide while the second stage reduces carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons.



How to Know If Your Catalytic Converter Needs a Replacement
So how do you know when it is time for a catalytic converter replacement? In most cars and trucks, the Check Engine Light should appear with a code to notify you if your catalytic converter's efficiency is measuring below standard. Even so, it is always wise to be closely attuned to the performance of your vehicle so that you notice indications of a problem early on. Common signs of issues might include a sudden drop in fuel efficiency, difficulty starting the engine, black smoke coming from the exhaust pipe or a sluggish feeling when driving. At AutoZone, we offer a variety of catalytic converter replacements that are easily accessible in-store or with free one day delivery. Driving with a bad catalytic converter for too long may eventually lead to an engine shutdown, so never delay in replacing it.

Things to Consider When Buying Catalytic Converters
There are several things to consider when buying catalytic converters. Since these parts are essential for meeting government regulations, they have high standards and warranties to uphold. A converter must have a warranty of at least 80,000 miles or eight years of use. Not only that, but the government prohibits the sale of catalytic converters that haven't been tested and proven to adequately reduce emissions.

Like most other parts, catalytic converters come in different grades. For example, there are both standard and performance models. While choosing a performance model might sometimes be beneficial, it's best in this case to match your car's specific needs. If you have a high-performance vehicle, then get a matching converter. If you have a standard vehicle, then get a standard converter.

You should look for a catalytic converter with a direct-fit piece. This makes it much easier to install the converter yourself. You'll also want to ensure that the piece meets state laws for emissions.

Autozone Catalytic Converters
It is important to be aware that catalytic converter troubles could be symptomatic of other complications within the vehicle. Converters are susceptible to overheating if engine misfiring causes unburned fuel to enter the exhaust system. Coolant or oil entering the engine's combustion chamber can also clog or degrade the catalytic converter. Hence, you may want to investigate whether the failure is due to age or something more. Whether you are a DIY car guru and want to tackle catalytic converter replacement on your own or would simply prefer to have a mechanic install the part, AutoZone's gets your replacement to you in no time and offers some of the lowest prices on catalytic converters that you can find anywhere. No matter where your car repair journey takes you, AutoZone has got you covered when it comes to providing affordable parts.