Which catalytic converter do I need?

Asked by Ryan Sep 13, 2014 at 03:36 PM about the 2004 Suzuki Verona 4 Dr S Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2004 suzuki verona and my car shudders and has acceleration problems so I
highly suspect my catalytic converter (I have tried other things). I do not know if I should
order the passenger side or driver side catalytic converter though. Which one do I need?

2 Answers

One way is get under it (when cold!) and smack it with a rubber mallet. If you hear rattling inside it's coming apart. I would say just do both but at $400+ bucks a pop I don't blame you. A shop will tell you that you need both regardless If you have the money, go ahead with both

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Even better if you smell rotten egg smell its the cat. That is the described smell of a bad one. If always smells. An example woul be getting behind some that floors gas. It will ne lime that all the time.. its strange u dont have a check engine lap on.

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