I have seen videos on there showing perpetual motion, free energy, and how to make millions by helping out a prince. Doesn't mean they are actually true. As I said I have never seen that method actually work and I know folks who have tried it after watching folks like Scotty say it works. The problem is that it might work if the converter is only coated with loose soot or if it's from fuel saturation, but most are not in those categories, usually the contaminate is hard baked on like a nonstick coating or if there was the right mix of fuel in that they will have physical damage from the substrate overheating and melting. You can check the one on yours easily enough. The converter unbolts from the manifold, and you can look at the top layer right there in front of you. That is how you replace them on that engine.
The sensor goes in the side as shown, the substrate is at the top in the opening.
Sunday, October 9th, 2022 AT 11:33 AM