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Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 3.75
    • Body Length: 12
    • Body Shape: Oval
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 5.5
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 16
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1999 - Chrysler Cirrus V 6 Cyl 2.5L 152 2497
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 4.375
    • Body Length: 9
    • Body Shape: Round
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 4.375
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 13
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2000 - Chrysler Cirrus L 4 Cyl 2.0L 122 1996
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 3.75
    • Body Length: 12
    • Body Shape: Oval
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 5.5
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 16
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1998 - Chrysler Sebring L 4 Cyl 2.0L 122 1996
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Rear
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 4.375
    • Body Length: 9
    • Body Shape: Round
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 4.375
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 13
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Position Block Engine CID CC
2000 - Chrysler Sebring Coupe Rear V 6 Cyl 2.5L 152 2497
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Right
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 4.375
    • Body Length: 9
    • Body Shape: Round
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 4.375
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 13
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1998 - Chrysler Concorde Right V 6 Cyl 3.2L 197 3200
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 4.375
    • Body Length: 11
    • Body Shape: Round
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 4.25
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 15
    • Sensor Port Count: 1
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2003 - Chrysler Town & Country V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3778
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 4.375
    • Body Length: 9
    • Body Shape: Round
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 4.375
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 13
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Block Engine CID CC
1998 - Chrysler Sebring Coupe V 6 Cyl 2.5L 152 2497
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Left
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 4.375
    • Body Length: 9
    • Body Shape: Round
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 4.375
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 13
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2000 - Chrysler 300M Left V 6 Cyl 3.5L 215 3497
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Front Left
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 4.375
    • Body Length: 9
    • Body Shape: Round
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 4.375
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 13
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1997 - Chrysler LHS Front Left V 6 Cyl 3.5L 215 3497
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Front Right
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 4.375
    • Body Length: 9
    • Body Shape: Round
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 4.375
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 13
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Chrysler Concorde Front Right V 6 Cyl 3.3L 201 3301
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Front Left
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Universal Standard Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 4.375
    • Body Length: 9
    • Body Shape: Round
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 4.375
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 13
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Standard Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Standard Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Chrysler LHS Front Left V 6 Cyl 3.5L 215 3497
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Front Right
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Universal Standard Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 4.375
    • Body Length: 9
    • Body Shape: Round
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 4.375
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 13
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Standard Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Standard Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1994 - Chrysler Concorde Front Right V 6 Cyl 3.3L 201 3301
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Rear
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 3.75
    • Body Length: 12
    • Body Shape: Oval
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 5.5
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 16
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Position Block Engine CID CC
2003 - Chrysler Sebring Coupe Rear V 6 Cyl 3.0L 181 2972
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Left
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 4.375
    • Body Length: 11
    • Body Shape: Round
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 4.25
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 15
    • Sensor Port Count: 1
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2006 - Chrysler 300 Left V 6 Cyl 2.7L 167 2736
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Right
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 4.375
    • Body Length: 11
    • Body Shape: Round
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 4.25
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 15
    • Sensor Port Count: 1
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2005 - Chrysler 300 Right V 6 Cyl 2.7L 167 2736
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Front Left
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 4.375
    • Body Length: 9
    • Body Shape: Round
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 4.375
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 13
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Region Position Block Engine CID CC
1997 - Chrysler Intrepid Canada Front Left V 6 Cyl 3.5L 215 3497
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Front
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 3.75
    • Body Length: 12
    • Body Shape: Oval
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 5.5
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 16
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Chrysler Sebring Front V 6 Cyl 2.5L 152 2497
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter  Front Right
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • ; Cutting and Welding Required During Installation
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.25in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 4.375
    • Body Length: 9
    • Body Shape: Round
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 4.375
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2.25
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 13
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Region Position Block Engine CID CC
1997 - Chrysler Intrepid Canada Front Right V 6 Cyl 3.5L 215 3497
Magnaflow
Qty:
Magnaflow Catalytic Converter
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Universal Catalytic Converter - 2.00in.
  • Universal HM Grade Federal (Excludes CA)
  • Product Attributes:
    • Air Tube Adaptable: No
    • Body Height: 3.75
    • Body Length: 12
    • Body Shape: Oval
    • Body Type: Clam Shell
    • Body Width: 5.5
    • Heat Shield Attached: Yes
    • Heat Shield Included: Yes
    • Heat Shield Material: Aluminized Steel
    • Inlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Inlet Diameter: 2
    • Inlet Orientation: Straight
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Outlet Attachment: Weld-on
    • Outlet Diameter: 2
    • Outlet Orientation: Straight
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Overall Length: 16
    • Sensor Port Count: 0
    • Series: Hm Grade
    • Substrate Material: Ceramic
    • Subtitle: Federal / Epa Compliant
    • Title: Hm Grade Universal
    • Type: Universal
Brand: Magnaflow
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1996 - Chrysler Sebring L 4 Cyl 2.0L 122 1996
Eastern Catalytic
Qty:
657.50
Eastern Catalytic Catalytic Converter  Left
  • Federal / EPA Direct-fit Converter Assembly
  • ; Undercar Legal Note: Not For Sale or Use in the State of CA, CO, ME & NY (vehicles with California Emissions)
  • DIRECT FIT
  • Product Attributes:
    • Catalyst Type: Eco Iii
    • Clamp Qty: 1
    • Inlet Gasket Qty: None
    • Inlet Hardware: None
    • Inlet Type A: 2 Bolt Spinner
    • Inlet Type B: 2 Bolt Spinner
    • O2 Sensor Ports: 1
    • Outlet Gasket Qty: None
    • Outlet Hardware: None
    • Outlet Type A: 3 Bolt Spinner
    • Type: Federal / Epa Direct-fit Undercar
  • Latest advanced-manufacturing technology, including automated workstations, spinner welding equipment, and high-speed production lines ensures that all converters are built to exact OE dimensions and fitment. This technology also helps to maintain industry-leading efficiency, productivity, and competitive prices. The proprietary NANO substrate chemistry yields highly efficient loadings for lower cost and better converter efficiency.
Brand: Eastern Catalytic
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2005 - Chrysler Crossfire Left V 6 Cyl 3.2L - 3199

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Question From Sanberdude on 1993 Chrysler T&C Alternator

Help! I am helping my father-in-law change the alternator on his 1993 Chrysler Town and Country. It has the 3.3L engine. Everything is disconnected (bolts, belt, wires), and it is free... but we can't get it out of the van. Chilton's says it must be removed from underneath. We get it all the way down and the catalytic converter, floorboard and the frame won't let it pass. We tried every twist and turn we could imagine.

The mounting bracket on the top won't allow it to be removed from above. That bracket runs down the entire left side of the motor.

Is there a trick to getting it out from underneath?

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

Without seeing it, it may be necessary to disconnect the exhaust pipe(s) from the manifold to lower the exhaust enough to remove the alternator. Not uncommon. Some Hondas' require drive axle removal to gain access.

Response From Double J

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2002 Chrysler Sebring Codes 172 & 175

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Question From jj526 on 2002 Chrysler Sebring Codes 172 & 175

My 2002 Chyrsler Sebring Convertible has once again failed inspection. Intermittently the engine light will go on and the codes are 172 and 175 (Bank 1 and Bank 2 too rich). This has been going on for over a year.

The car is running fine with no problems. In the last year, we've replaced the PVC valve and an EVAP hose.

Any ideas on where to look first would be greatly appreciated.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

jj; Engine size? Model? Been running too rich for over a year? Catalytic converter still working?

Response From jj526

V6-167 2.7L DOHC. Catalytic Converter still working.

The light has been going on and off intermittently for a year. Something new is now occuring; runs fine when it's cold (for about 5 to 10 minutes); Once the car is warm, it will act as if it may stall (it will buck a little) but if you let off the gas and coast, it will resume function just fine. This will happen for about 5 minutes or less, and then it'll be perfectly fine.

We will be working on this Saturday, so any help you can offer will be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

jj; When the engine is cold, it requires a lot of fuel. Think back to the older cars, with carburetors. Those had a choke that would create a rich mixture (more fuel, less air) when they were cold. Fuel injected engines require input from various sensors for fuel delivery. No choke. There are many reasons that the engine could be running too rich. Have you had the trouble codes retrieved? You could have a CTS (coolant temp sensor) telling the computer that the engine is cold, even though it's warmed up. You could have a thermostat missing or stuck in the open position causing the engine to run too cool. Could have an injector leaking fuel, MAP/BARO sensor fault....ect. Running rich will kill a catalytic converter and cause premature engine wear. This is not something to let go for a year. Most large parts stores will retrieve the trouble codes for free. Have them retrieved and post them here. Don't buy any parts at this time. Let's see what the codes tell us. If this thing has been running rich, chances are that the oil has become contaminated with fuel. The PCV system will pick up those fuel vapors and just make things worse. Once we get to the bottom of this, you'll most likely need to get that oil changed. Backing up a bit, you did get P0172 and P0175. You may need to pay someone to record live data. Using the wife's candy thermometer, (don't let her see you doing it) measure the engine temp in the radiator once it is at normal operating temp. That will help. Put the thermometer back so that she doesn't know you used it.

Response From nickwarner

and please wash it first. The dinner she cooks with it may be yours!

Response From nickwarner

how many miles has it been since your last tune-up? Weak spark due to worn parts won't burn cleanly, leaving too much unburned fuel in the exhaust. Eventually your cat will plug up tight and this will get real pricey real quick. With the age of this car, get the wires with the plugs. They most likely have been in there for a while.

code for jeep liberty

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Question From Guest on code for jeep liberty

2006 jeep liberty, 3.7engine, 87,000miles

check engine light went but now is off.

just pulled code p2098 can anyone tell me what this is.



thanks john

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

I had a Chrysler vehicle not long ago with that code that drove me crazy. The first think to look at is the downstream O/2 sensor itself. If the sensor is not the problem, then the exhaust system has to be examined very closely. Chrysler has an internal memo about cracks in the catalytic converter that causes this code. They tend to split right along the seam weld but you have to look very closely and possible pressurize the exhaust system to find it.

Response From Guest

thanks for the replies, where would the downstream o2 sensor be located. also now that the check engine light went off could this have been just a hiccup, or is there a problem.

thanks again guys

Response From Hammer Time

There are no such things as hiccups in computer systems. The problem occurred at one time and will likely occur again.

The sensor in question here is marked #4 in the pic.

Response From Guest

thanks for the very detailed responses
greatly appreciated.....john

Response From Sidom

In a nutshell that is a rear fuel trim lean code.......

That is a 2 trip fault code (meaning the vehicle has to be driven twice under the corrrect conditions to set)

Three passing trips will turn the light off by itself but code will be stored........

2003 Chrysler Town and Country fuel injection system

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Question From jdrandolph on 2003 Chrysler Town and Country fuel injection system

Guys,

I was reading another post that i found on the site an it sounds alot like my problem. I have listed below for your reference. I have a few differences, but mostly the same. Here it is. http://autoforums.carjunky.com/Automotive_Repair_C1/Electrical_and_Wiring_F6/Dodge_Caravan_Injector_hell_P50742/ .


Before i go any further i should tell you the circustance with which this started. I stopped and filled up my car at the gas station, and started on an hour long trip. The car started missing horably and then speedometer and the temperature guage started acting eratically. Then the alternator light came on. I pulled over and turned off the car. After looking at everything under the hood, i decided to see what would happen i f irestarted the car. I started with no problem, no lights or anthing except the check engine light. The speedometer and stuff worked fine. I had to do this two or 3 times to get back home. When i got home, i pulled the codes off the compter and got the following codes. P-0106, P-0123, P-1478, and P-168.4. I replaced the map sensor, cleared the codes and none of those codes reappeard and the check engine light was off. I drove to town the next day. The car drove great. Problem solved i thought. Then the missing started on my way back home. None of those codes ever returned except the last and that is related to disconnecting the battery.


When i got back home i ready the codes, expecting to see the same codes and to find out the map sensor was not the problem at all. This time i got the P0204 code. If the vehicle runs long enough, the p0304 will come on as well. I have replace the spark plugs and wires. I have not done everything that was done in the previous post, but i have taken it apart several times and to no avail. My engine misses all the time. If i clear the code, it comes back immediately. I have looked for a visual damaged area on the wiring harness, but have not found one yet. To verify that it was not the injector, i swapped the #4 and #6 injectors and still have the same problem. I disconnected the #6 injector and started the car. The voltage on this injector read 2.5-3 volts., same for the #2 injector. The voltage on the #4 injector was 15 voltas approximately. Thats as far as i have gotten. I do have an ohm meter and know how to use it. Just not familar with the wire harness good enought to know where a short might be or which pin to measure at the ecm to check for a short in the wire. Another forum told me they thought it might be the ecm (computer) and that it might have a bad driver. However, when i went to order one today. The guy told me to make sure i didnt have a short or it could just blow the new ecm. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

I can do anything mechanically related if someone can give me some direction. I dont mind buying a rebuilt computer, but dont wish to do this if it is not the problem.

Response From dmi187619

I have a 2002 Town and Country with a 3.8 posting the same code. I did find that the wiring harness was fried right where you said it was, just behind the main connector behind the power steering reservoir. I managed to fix it, checked all circuits. All circuits were good. However, when I reconnected the harness, and fired it up, the computer immediately posted the P0204 code again. I think it is the PCM, but where else could I check for a short or possibly damaged wires? Should I check from beyond the main connector, and trace back to the PCM first before I just fork out and buy a new PCM? I just want to make sure I don't have another problem with a frayed, pinched and shorted wire. I'm afraid of frying the new PCM. Thanks.

Response From jdrandolph

Let me first state that this was the solution for my problem, but I cannot see or guarantee that this is your problem. But if you have melted the wires like my car did, then you will likely have to replace the ECM. I bought a refurbished/reprogrammed computer from Ebay for $199.00 and it solved my problem and only took a week to get it. I think the name was Automotive Exchange. Just make sure that all wires are fully insulated. I recommend changing the fuel injection portion of the wiring harness, but i still have not replaced mineand it runs great! Knock on wood!!!!!

Response From dmi187619

Thanks for the reply. I'm going to do one quick inspection of the rest of the wiring and get the PCM. I saw the paticular ebay auction for $199 that you were talking about too. I also re-routed the wiring to go up and around the power steering reservoir as well, so none of the wires touch the block. I think it will be fine for right now. I will let you know how mine went after I install the new PCM. Thanks for all your help.

Response From jdrandolph

I made the exact same change. I would continue to use the heat protection wrap that was on the wiring harness, just in case it touches again. You will need to have the VIN and mileage on the car when you call in to order the vehicle. If you buy over Ebay, you can send the seller a note. I like this method because PayPal somewhat protects you. Good luck and let me know if it works for you. Hope this post helps everyone, because I spent 2 months trying to diagnose and solve this problem. While another post did say the wiring harness could be damaged, without telling me to take the harness off to examine, I would never have found this problem.

Response From Tom Piccirillo

I had the exact same trouble with my 2003 T&C as above...rough running, surging, transmission slamming.

The dealer had it for two weeks and couldn't find the trouble until I showed him the posts above. He then checked it out and...

Yup, it was the wiring harness under the PS pump and near the 10-pin connector. He opened it up and saw the fried wires. Repaired the wires and the car then ran fine.

He tried to charge me for the time he spent hunting for the trouble. Well, I couldn't do that...no one would. We came to an agreement at a somewhat lower price, but his effort was commendable, even if ineffective. In all honesty, it is a real head scratcher. If it wasn't for this forum, the solution would have never been found.

The next guy in his shop for a similar repair will benefit from this experience. I only wish I was that guy, instead of the one on the learning curve. I then would not have had to have the "discussion" with the service manager.

I would still go back to this dealer for service...whether or not he'll work with me in the future is questionable.

Response From orasac Top Rated Answer

Me too! It was the main 10 pin ELECTRICAL cable that melted by falling on rear (hard to see) exhaust manifold. I read more on various discussion forums and I found out there is an "EPIDEMIC OF MELTED 10 PIN CABLES (Wire Harness)" out there and I can't believe there was no recall on it. What a poor design - it looks like something out of old Eastern-European car design (or the parts manufacturer). People with the same problem got blown ECU (computer) due to "the short" and/or even lost their Catalytic Converter due to fuel flooding. Your mechanic could have (un)intentionally left it that way as a “job security”. There are TWO PLASTIC “safety pins” to plug in the firewall to keep the cable away from the hot metal and I think they knew that?!?!.
NOTICE TO EVERY CHRYSLER OWNER WITH 3.3L AND 3.8L V6 ENGINE - CHECK THAT CABLE FIRST IF YOU MAINTAINED YOUR CAR RIGHT AND STILL DEVELOPED STRANGE SYMPTOMS AND EVEN IF IT DOESN'T - IT'S A GREAT PREVENTIVE MEASURE. It's hard to see it because it’s hidden behind the engine and under the power steering reservoir and the coil. Other than that I think Chrysler engines, from the mechanical stand point, are not bad at all!!!

Response From Hammer Time

This is a 2 year old thread. Please look at the dates before posting.

Response From Hopebuddy

HI,
My 2003 Town and Country has about same issue as yours. Climbed Grandfather Mtn in NC and car started running rough with 0204 and 0304 codes set. Changed wires and plugs and swapped out number 4 injector with no success.
Can you tell me what finally fixed yours? Appreciate any help

Response From jdrandolph

I have figured out what is wrong, but have not fixed it yet, because of lack of money. The initial problem is directly related to the wiring harness. Directly below the location where the fuel injection harness connects to the main engine wiring harness, my wiring harness was touching the engine block and melted all of the insulation off of the wires. But during this process it fried on of the circuits on my computer. Therefore, I have to replace the computer. I should have the money to replace it this Thursday. I will let you know.

You can see if this is your problem by following the wiring harness from the injectors (under the air intake) behind and under the power steering fluid reservoir, downward towards the back of he engine. There is a connector just below the power steering fluid reservoir. That is where mine was shorted due to the insulation being melted off the wires. I will eventually have to replace that portion of my wiring harness, but to test my computer, i have just replace the insulation on the wiring harness and protected this area. Its not hard to make the fix, but I couldn't tell I had a problem until I took the wiring harness off of the car.

Hope this helps

Response From Hopebuddy

JD,
Well done my friend! Not only was the fuel injector harness melted but it was exactly where you said it would be just under and aft of power steering reservoir near the 10 pin connector. Also it was not obvious until I removed the outer insullation covering. Looks like this to be a common problem on 2003 town and country. Should be a recall- not sure if it is. New harness is about $ 225 at Chrysler but beleive I can repair old one with connectors and a crimper tool.

I temporarily insulated all the wires with tape and then started car - runs very smooth now. Computor is OK but unfortunately the shorted wires caused injectors to flood the engine when I was in the mountains and damaged the catalytic converter. Bought one on ebay for $213.
Thanks again. Believe ebay has computers listed also.
Cheers!
HB

Response From Sidom

Glad to hear you guys found your problems........Thx 4 coming back & posting your results.....

Response From Sidom

Well Chryslers do have problems with their PCMs & drivers in particular so that definately wouldn't be out of the questions.. The voltage you are getting to the injector is too low but comes up when you disconnect the #4 injector. The injectors get their power from the ASD relay and you should be seeing system voltage, 12 v or 14.x while running. I would back probe #2 or 6 and see what the voltage is when you disconnect #4. Also put a noid light on that connector & see if you have a pulse.

I would also be looking at the wiring harnesses, I've seen some problems with no evidence on the outside of the harness. I would start with the obvious stuff, maybe open up the harness under the battery to make sure there is no corrosion in it, look around for evidence of a damaged, pinched, moved, fluid saturated harnesses, grab the harness & wiggle them, see if that makes any codes come back or run differently, the injector harness in particular. You can disconnect the PCM connectors, find the power & ground circuits & verify those (maybe one of the guys with a good data base can hook ya up with a wiring diagram) , probe the other pins with + probe & key on, any 12 v reads on the other pins would indicate a short to power, with the sensors disconnected & a test light with the clip hooked on to the pos bat term, prob the connector pins & if its lights up that would indicate a short to ground........

If this was a straight #4 misfire with no injector pulse & good power it would be a slam dunk PCM(I'm assuming you've ohm'd the injectors to eliminate a shorted injector plus swapped them & the problem didn't move). All those codes you got 1st could still be a PCM, they will throw the kitchen sink when the go, but these are all reference voltage & power supply codes so personally if it was my call I thing I would want to make there isn'tanything going on in one of the harness, probably not, but ya never know............

I was assuming you have a 3.3L v/6

98 Chrysler Concorde cylinder misfire detected

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Question From fausty on 98 Chrysler Concorde cylinder misfire detected

Hello gentlemen,

I was driving to the gas station when my car died. I limped it home and plugged the ODB scanner in. I am getting a code read of 0301, and 0301 P. The book that came with it tells me this is "cylinder misfire detected". What could be causing this?

Thank you in advance for any advice.

Response From Hammer Time

There are many possible causes of a misfire but a single cylinder misfiring will not cause the car not to run. You would have to go back to basics to determinee why it won't run.

All "crank, no start" conditions are approached in the same way. Every engine requires certain functions to be able to run. Some of these functions rely on specific components to work and some components are part of more than one function so it is important to see the whole picture to be able to conclude anything about what may have failed. Also, these functions can ONLY be tested during the failure. Any other time and they will simply test good because the problem isn't present at the moment.
If you approach this in any other way, you are merely guessing and that only serves to replace unnecessary parts and wastes money.



Every engine requires spark, fuel and compression to run. That's what we have to look for.

These are the basics that need to be tested and will give us the info required to isolate a cause.

1) Test for spark at the plug end of the wire using a spark tester. If none found, check for power supply on the + terminal of the coil with the key on.


2) Test for injector pulse using a small bulb called a noid light. If none found, check for power supply at one side of the injector with the key on.


3) Use a fuel pressure gauge to test for correct fuel pressure, also noticing if the pressure holds when key is shut off.

4) If all of these things check good, then you would need to do a complete compression test.

Once you have determined which of these functions has dropped out,
you will know which system is having the problem.

Response From fausty

I should have specified that by limped it home, I meant it does still run. It died, I restarted it and drove it home on presumably 5 cylinders. When I came to a yield or stop I had to shift to neutral and give it gas to keep it from dying again. Sorry for not being specific.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

How about an engine size, mileage, history of past ignition parts replaced?

I assume your check engine light was flashing. That is done so that even the most naive driver would know to stop driving the car because you are doing severe damage to the catalytic Converter. Flashing red lights mean STOP and call a tow truck.

Response From fausty

3.2 v6, 137,000 miles. I bought it with 100k on the engine so I cannot speak for anything replaced before that. I have replaced the vehicle speed sensor, changed the oil every 2000 miless.

Yes the engine light was flashing. The gas station it happened at is two blocks from my house, I am not naive. I don't have the money for a tow truck for a two block ride.

I went to autozone and bought plugs and coils. I am going to try that now and see if it fixes the problem.

Response From fausty

Problem found.

When I removed the coil pack and insulator the spark plug came out with it. The threads appear to be shot in the block. I cannot thread in a new plug, it just spins in there.

Options?

Response From fausty

I bought a helicoil thread kit. Worked fine. Go ahead and delete this thread if you like.

Response From Hammer Time

I hope you had a way to get all those metal chips out of the cylinder.

Response From fausty

I did. I used a bunch of grease on the tap to catch most of it, and I used a shop vac with a little hose duct taped to the end of it to suck anything else out. I ran it around inside of there for a good 20 minutes.

Response From nickwarner

Not a bad way to do it and glad it worked. If you have to do one in the future it helps to have a borescope to physically look into the chamber to verify it is clear. I'm not sure if you can rent them at parts stores or not.