Also i have a bad egr valve and possibly a bad catalytic converter. I have a new egr valve to replace it, but i cant seem to find a catalytic converter to meet CA emissions standards. Help?

Asked by Aug 25, 2014 at 01:11 AM about the 1986 Toyota MR2

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I need some place thatll carry a converter
and to put it in, muffler shop etc. Hopefully
a decent price for both. Im in rialto, ca.
Please help! Email
brandonnnboop@gmail.com

2 Answers

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Try looking on Amazon. Walker 80871 or Magnaflow 36886 will work. Both are CARB compliant and direct fit, just unbolt the old one and bolt in the new one. When I replaced the cat on my MR2, the bolts were so rusted up I had to cut them off with an angle grinder. Good luck, hopefully yours is easier to remove.

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you can have autozone order the California 50 state approved catalytic converter to be able to pass smog, walker or magnaflow, direct fit is better than universal. its best to go to a shop to have the original one removed and the new one saughtered on.

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