|Manifold Converter; C.A.R.B. Compliant|
AP Exhaust catalytic converters are designed to be durable and their use of stainless steel materials provides for a long product life. Premium-grade ceramic substrates are processed in AP's factories to OEM performance and reliability standards.
EPA / Federal Compliant vs. C.A.R.B. Compliant
EPA / Federal Compliant converters have typically lower precious metal loading and are generally more price conscious.
C.A.R.B. Compliant converters have very high precious metal loading, which reduces emissions output.
- Required in California
- Legal for all 50 States
Note: Verify your Engine Family Number to ensure proper fit:
1. Locate your VECI Label
2. Locate your Engine Family Number
Have You Fixed the Problem That Caused Your OEM Converter to Fail?
Catalytic Converters are designed to last the life of your vehicle – they do not fail on their own. It is important to fix the source of the problem before replacing your OEM converter. There are three major reasons a converter fails:
|OVERHEATED / MELTED
|Often caused by unburned fuel entering the converter from a faulty:
- Spark Plug
- Exhaust Valve
- Oxygen Sensor
- Fuel Injector
|Often caused by exposure to emissions substances from:
- Leaky Cylinder Head Gasket
- Silicone-Based Sealant
- Improper Fuel (E85, Diesel)
- Worn Piston Ring / Valve Seal
|Often caused by road debris, corrosion or other conditions such as:
- Air Gap Pipe Failure
- Flex Pipe Failure
- Stripped O2 Sensor Threads
- Broken Hangers
Attention California Customers - Warning: Cancer and Reproductive Harm
|Body Material||Stainless Steel|
|Warranty Information:EPA / Federal Compliant: 25,000 Miles - Catalytic Performance; 5 Years/50,000 Miles - Structural Integrity
C.A.R.B. Compliant: 5 Years/50,000 Miles - Catalytic Performance & Structural Integrity|