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Dodge Magnum Replacement Catalytic Converter Information


Your Dodge Magnum utilizes a catalytic converter for the purpose of reducing emissions being discharged from the engine. The catalytic process requires the presence of certain precious metals such as platinum, palladium and/or rhodium in order to successfully convert poisonous nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide and unburned hydrocarbons into carbon dioxide, nitrogen and water and, although engine performance is only slightly reduced, a vehicle's environmental impact is significantly reduced.

Catalytic converters are designed to last the lifetime of the vehicle on which they're installed, but conditions can occur that require the installation of a replacement unit. If the air/fuel mixture is too rich, for example, it can cause the cat converter to overheat and melt internally, rendering it useless. Collision trauma and theft are two other conditions requiring replacement. PartsGeek.com has units to fit 2005-2008 Dodge Magnum. As always, high quality and low price are what you'll find.


Dodge Magnum Catalytic Converter They are available for the following Dodge Magnum years: 2007, 2006, 2005, 1979, 1978, 07, 06, 05, 79, 78. This part is also sometimes called Dodge Magnum Exhaust Converters. We stock catalytic converter parts for most Dodge models including Dakota, Ram 1500, Grand Caravan, Durango, Ram 2500, Caravan, Charger, Neon, Stratus, Sprinter 2500, Nitro, Caliber, Journey, Avenger, Ram 1500 Van, Intrepid, B2500, Ram 3500 Van, Stealth, Sprinter 3500, Ram 3500, Ram 2500 Van, D150, Challenger, B250, B3500, B1500, W150, B350, D100, Ramcharger, B150, Raider, Daytona, Dynasty, W250, Ram 50, Spirit, W100 and B200.

We stock these Catalytic Converter brands for the Dodge Magnum: Eastern Catalytic, Walker, Bosal, Magnaflow and Catco.


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Poor acceleration, power loss, a stalling engine and a foul sulfuric (rotten egg) odor are all signs that your catalytic converter may need replacement. Left alone, a faulty converter will lead to failing emissions tests and may eventually render the vehicle inoperable.

At PartsGeek.com you'll find top-quality Doge Magnum catalytic converter units from Walker, Bosal, Flowmaster and Easter Catalytic. Our 30-day return policy and fast delivery help us to make certain you get exactly the part you need.

What is a catalytic converter?

The catalytic converter (a.k.a. 'cat') uses a chemical catalyst to transform harmful gasses into safer substances. First introduced to the U.S. auto market in the early 70s, as of model year 1975, the catalytic converter became mandatory onboard equipment.

How much is a replacement Dodge Magnum catalytic converter?

The price of a new Dodge Magnum catalytic converter will depend whether you want to purchase a universal-fit or direct-fit converter, the EPA tier of the converter and the specific emissions requirements of your state.

The cats available on PartsGeek.com are priced at about $60 to $300 for a universal model, and between $300 and $450 for a direct-fit converter. If you live in a state with strict emissions laws, make sure that the model you choose meets or exceeds local requirements.

Why is the catalytic converter important?

The internal combustion reactions that power modern vehicles also produce a range of toxic, polluting gases. Released into the atmosphere by millions of drivers daily, these emissions can cause serious environmental damage in the form of acid rain and smog. They can also pose potentially serious risks to human health, including respiratory issues and certain kinds of cancer.

What are the symptoms of a failing catalytic converter?

Catalytic converters are meant to last the lifetime of the vehicle. However, issues with the engine or other internal systems can put extra strain on converters, causing them to fail prematurely. Signs to watch out for include:

  • Failing emissions test
  • Sudden drop in fuel efficiency
  • Sluggish acceleration
  • Illuminated check engine light or MIL
  • Inability to start vehicle

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