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Posted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 9:43 AM




Fits the following vehicles:

• models: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
• all models with 4 cylinders, 2.5 liter engine
• all models: Base, SL, S

This product set is the best aftermarket value and performance, direct fit, replacement for the catalytic converter the original OEM converter.

The catalytic converter is factory equipped with a high performance perforated stainless steel heat shield to provide high efficiency cooling. The perforated, stainless steel heat shield fully replaces inefficient back heat shield of the original converter.

All stainless steel construction, with brackets for the original front manifold heat shield.

Full hardware installation kit included ($60 value):
• OEM quality, stainless steel, manifold gasket (1)
• converter exit pipe sealing ring / gasket (1)
• threaded studs (2, welded-in)
• tension springs (2)
• self locking nuts (7)

Designed for a simple and quick installation. Guaranteed to fit the engine manifold and components of the exhaust system without welding, modifications or adjustments.

All products robotically assembled and welded. All catalytic converters undergo pressure tests for converter shell integrity and weld leaks.

The high quality, long life ceramic catalytic block complies with EPA guidelines and specifications.

The converter body fully complies with the Federal EPA warranty durability requirements for aftermarket catalytic converters. The manufacturer warrants the external converter shell, including the end pipes for five (5) years or 50,000 miles (whichever comes first) from the date of installation.

It is highly recommended to replace Oxygen Sensors at least every 100,000 miles and during installation of a new catalytic converter.

A worn-out oxygen sensor:
• Wastes precious fuel
• Will cause engine performance problems, such as surging and hesitating
• Is the number one cause of excessive exhaust emissions
• Considerably accelerates catalytic converter damage

Replacing a worn-out oxygen sensor:
• Saves money in fuel costs
• Improves engine performance
• Reduces air pollution
• Prevents premature failure of the catalytic converter

Oxygen sensor may fail due to a normal aging process. The sensors may also fail prematurely if they become contaminated with oil combustion products or traces of decomposing engine gaskets or engine sealants or the leaking engine coolant.

A defective sensor prevents the car's computer from adjusting air-fuel mixture properly, resulting in the air-fuel mixture becoming too rich. The final effect is incomplete fuel combustion, high fuel consumption and increased emissions. The unburned fuel may pass to the catalytic converter and ignite inside the converter. This will cause the converter to overheat. When the converter overheats the catalyst substrate inside the converter may melt or disintegrate forming a partial or complete blockage. The result will be a drastic drop in engine performance or engine stalling due to a buildup of backpressure in the exhaust system.

A malfunctioning oxygen sensor may cause severe damage to the catalytic converter. Too rich fuel mixture makes the catalytic converter to run much hotter than normal.

Please install new Oxygen Sensors when you install your new catalytic converter.

We currently offer high quality Oxygen Sensors for Nissan Altima models 2002 and 2003. Please visit our website for details

This product is not for California Emission vehicles.
This product is not legal to use in California.
This product cannot be shipped to address in California


We ship to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands.

Overnight delivery options are available.

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