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Sometimes, all you need is a frugal, well-designed, durable automobile, the Nissan meets the challenge. Your car really needs the best premium replacement parts you can find. Your car or truck is special due to its excellent performance and great style, and to keep it running in top form you'll need the acme in replacement parts and accessories. The Nissan Quest Catalytic Converter is a component which lowers the amount of hydrocarbon emissions from your car's exhaust, helping you pass the emissions test. Found in the exhaust system of a vehicle, your Catalytic Converter acts to minimize the overall harmful pollution of your car by invigorating a chemical process in your vehicle's exhaust. Catalytic Converters function by chemically converting hazardous pollutants into H20 and carbon dioxide, using a chemical catalyst, such as rhodium, palladium, or platinum, and expelling the cleaned gas through the tailpipe. While tough, this component sometimes needs repair, often when it is hit by road debris. Correctly performing Catalytic Converters are crucial so as to fulfill EPA rules for motor vehicle running.
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Your Nissan Quest catalytic converter is a device located inside the exhaust system. Its responsibility is to convert pollutant gasses being produced by your car into less harmful gasses. The bad gasses produced by our cars are hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen oxides. The carbon monoxide is converted into carbon dioxide. The hydrocarbons are turned, by a properly functioning catalytic converter, into carbon dioxide and water and the nitrogen oxides are turned back into nitrogen and oxygen. If you have a Nissan Quest catalytic converter problem, then this will not happen properly. This process is all done through your catalytic converter by using the catalyst of platinum and palladium coated on a ceramic honeycomb inside a package in the exhaust.
My check engine light read code P0420. The catalytic converter bank 1 needs to be replaced and as far as I know there are three converters in my vehicle. But which side is the catalytic converter bank 1 located exactly? The catalytic converter bank 1 is located in the rear. It is in the same bank as spark plug 1. When you remove use some penetrant oil to help you with the nuts and studs. In addition, use the best impact socket you have. The nuts are extremely tight and can break off.
If your car has difficulty accelerating especially going up a hill or it shakes and shudders when you take your foot off of the gas pedal, then you probably need to do a 2005 Nissan Quest catalytic converter replacement. One of the main purposes of a 2006 Nissan Quest catalytic converter bank 1 is to reduce emissions of these harmful gasses into the air we breathe. In most states, cars are required to pass an emissions test. One of the specific failing signs is that your 2005 Nissan Quest catalytic converter bank 1 is not working properly and reducing the harmful gasses to a state-approved level. In these states with emissions testing, if your catalytic converter is failing, then you will need to change it to pass the test.
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An overheating problem that causes a 2006 Nissan Quest catalytic converter replacement or a 2007 Nissan Quest catalytic converter replacement can have a few origins but they all result in an improper air and fuel mixture that causes extreme temperatures that can warp or melt the ceramic honeycomb device that converts the gasses. If this happens then you will need to replace it. If you bring your van to a local repair shop to do your 2004 Nissan Quest catalytic converter replacement be ready for a shock. The price will range between $1138-$2565 and this doesn't include fixing any contributing problem that caused your catalytic converter to fail in the first place. If you can fix your 2004 Nissan Quest catalytic converter problems yourself, you will save some money. Another way to save money is to shop an online parts supplier like PartGeeks.com. We can sell parts at a better price because we don't have a large overhead like the brick and mortar auto parts stores.
Catalytic Converters available for the following Nissan Quest years: 2011, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 11, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95, 94, 93. This part is also sometimes called Nissan Quest Exhaust Converters. We stock catalytic converter parts for most Nissan models including Altima, Maxima, Sentra, Murano, Frontier, Pathfinder, Xterra, Versa, Titan, Rogue, D21, Pickup, Armada, 350Z, Cube, 300ZX, 240SX, NV2500, 720, 370Z, Juke, Pathfinder Armada, Versa Note, 280ZX, NV200, NV1500, 200SX, Stanza, 280Z, NX, Pulsar NX, Axxess, Rogue Select, 210, 310, 510, 620, B210, Micra and 810.