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Old 08-13-2012, 04:23 PM   #1
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Hey guys just had a question about my 95 v6 mustang . It started when I put the fuel injection cleaner in my car and I heard a rattle in my driver side cat converter . I know it's not the cover because I took it off a while ago. If any1 can help I'd deeply appreciate it .
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maybe ur converter is clogged
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Is there any way for me to clean it without changing it and can I damage anything else ??
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im not sure about cleaning them, but this would make a great excuse to buy a high flow converter
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Hey guys just had a question about my 95 v6 mustang . It started when I put the fuel injection cleaner in my car and I heard a rattle in my driver side cat converter . I know it's not the cover because I took it off a while ago. If any1 can help I'd deeply appreciate it .
Ive seen alot of them at work,,mostly ford pickups,,piece of the converter comes apart,,and rattles around,,there wasnt much we could do but replace it..
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True but do I need to change anything else for high flow converters ??
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True but do I need to change anything else for high flow converters ??
Not that im aware of.....
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