Maintain your engine and increase it performance by cleaning the catalytic converter.
What is a catalytic converter?
A catalytic converter is a vital part of a vehicle emissions control system. It is designed to convert harmful engine emissions to CO2 and water. Learn more about how a catalytic converter works as well as the anatomy of a typical converter.
Do you have a problem with your catalyctic converter?
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Before going to the mechanic, clean your engine !
Preventive engine cleaning enables you to restore engine parts rather than replacing them, thereby saving vehicle owners on costly parts, such as a new turbocharger ($ 1.350 - 3.100), catalytic converter ($ 600 - 2.000), DPF ($ 600 - 2.000) or EGR valve ($ 370 - 500).
These problems result mainly from poor combustion, which stifles the engine.
So before replacing your engine parts, try Carbon Cleaning. A dirty engine as the result of carbon deposits is the new threat to vehicle performance.
Any object such as a machine or an instrument, however sturdy, breaks down if it is made to operate beyond its tolerance level. A catalytic converter, which cleans the fumes of pollutants, is built to operate at pretty high temperatures. However, when it gets bad or clogged, it starts affecting the performance of the vehicle, which an astute car driver can easily notice.
Most commonly signs:
- Loss of Power
- Overheating Due to Thermal Shock
- Rattling Noise Due to Physical Damage
- Odor of the Fumes
How to clean catalyctic converter?
There are products out there that claim to clean your catalytic converter, but the ones you want to look for are ones that are long-term fixes rather than temporary fixes. This means you will probably want to replace your catalytic converter if you have run into problems with it. Using products simply delays the inevitable and could lead to more severe problems.
How to clean yourself the clogged catalyctic converter?
Step 1 – Safety
Be sure your vehicle is parked on a hard, flat and well it surface. Open the hood and lift the prop rod. Secure the prop rod in position to keep the hood of the car open. Put on your protective eye wear before you begin.
Step 2 – Removing the Catalytic Converter
Use a wrench to loosen and remove the bolts that secure the converter into position. Place the bolts in a safe place until you need them again. Remove the catalytic converter from your exhaust system.
Step 3 – Inspecting the Converter
Inspect the converter for any damage. Shake the converter and listen for any noises.
Step 4 – Cleaning the Converter
Use a cleaning cloth to wipe away any residue from the face of the converter. Use the power washer to force any built up debris out of the converter. Force the water into the inlet and outlet pipes.
Step 5 – Allowing the Converter to Dry
Allow the catalytic converter enough time to dry completely before you position it back into the exhaust system.
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