We were first thinking it was simply the cylinders not working but now we know its our catalytic converter. Its clogged or plugged. My question is one, do we need to replace it then & are we looking at a large amount of money? Basically is it worth it?
A clogged catalytic converter? on 2002 Ford Escape
by jessnrudy831 in Potwin, KS on May 17, 2014
3 answers 4 comments
ANSWER by ProfessorG on May 17, 2014
Don't have a clue what things cost in Potwin Ks. If you won't list your real city then I don't need to guess what country you live in.
COMMENT by pushrod on May 19, 2014
ANSWER by ziptie12 on May 17, 2014
How'd u do that..-->(No..) ?
COMMENT by ziptie12 on May 18, 2014
no then 9 spaces and then a period. You haven't had your green jelly lately! By the way , it's funny , but when I fix a car at the shop , that 6 other 'better/faster techs than I , couldn't fix , It also makes them wonder 'How'd he do that ?..............I don't say nuttin!!!........nevermind.
I have never been too proud to ask either!!!..... like some i have worked with!!! Hey it even works on thes pos tablet....... just looks better than No......... But, same difference!
ANSWER by pushrod on May 18, 2014
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