Could i have a bad catalytic converter even if i don't have a code
2005 Dodge Ram 1500

Could I have a bad catalytic converter even if I don't have a code

(2005 Dodge Ram 1500)
I had to feel pump replaced. The next day I was driving and it felt like a decrease in speed, but my foot pressure did not change on the pedal. When I went to get in my car later that day it would start but the moment I put it in gear it cut off. could this be because of replacing the fuel pump and maybe I just need to check spark plugs. As far as a bad catalytic converter the only thing that is missing is the rotten egg smell could this possibly be a bad converter
How long have you had this problem? 2days
Tags: dodge, ram 1500
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on November 12, 2019

Can’t say without performing the required *hands-on* testing to identify the actual failure.

No use guessing at it!
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on November 12, 2019

Can’t say without performing the required *hands-on* testing to identify the actual failure.

No use guessing at it!
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on November 12, 2019
Like Pushrod said, hands-on testing is needed.

A restricted catalytic converter could cause performance problems but would not likely cause a start/stall concern. Other engine performance issues may be present.
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