CATALYTIC CONVERTERS CLOGGED

1989 Plymouth Voyager

Tiny

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October, 27, 2010 AT 3:03 PM

1989 Plymouth Voyager mileage: 63,094. I just had my car fixed because my catalytic converters clogged. They told me I needed to find out why they were clogging and they ran it on the diagnostic machine. They called me a half hour later and said everything was fine. Could this happen from just normal wear? In addition, I am now hearing this rubbing noise on the front driver side. Also a lot of rattling. Someone said my shocks were shot. Could this be? Help. My dad pass away and he was my mechanic!

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Tiny

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October, 28, 2010 AT 4:42 PM

Catalytic converters plug usually because of a rich fuel mixture. Have exhaust gases analysis to determine the correct mixture. As for your noises, without actually seeing your car and driving it, it is impossible for us to diagnose your problem. Talk with friends and neighbors to locate a professional auto mechanic you can trust.

Tiny

flathead1950@att.net

April, 24, 2012 AT 3:58 AM

Is there anyway u can test the catalytic converter to see if ther are clogged

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