looking to replace the catalytic converter on my 07 licoln town car executive L can i use a aftermarket on or should i buy the original from licoln?

Asked by May 02, 2016 at 02:19 AM about the 2007 Lincoln Town Car Executive L

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I think a good warrantied one will do the job!

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Aftermarket and a good local mechanic would be the cheapest route and just as effective!

47,495

If you can easily afford one from Lincoln, I'd go that way. They many times fit much better than the aftermarket parts and they are guaranteed. I would look into what caused the catalyst to fail. Have the car's ECU scanned for fault codes especially if the check engine light is on. For an aftermarket part perhaps look at www.rockauto.com

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all Cats are expensive- that's why people steal them- it is more important to get someone competent to do the job right- whatever garage you go to-

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