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Subaru takes pride in building cars that are durable and gas conserving in order to exceed vehicle buyers' needs. Whenever you go with a fuel efficient Subaru, you're sure you'll enjoy a classy appearance. A Subaru Legacy is a super family runabout - help it stay in top condition and safe for your family with trustworthy, name-brand automobile components. It's not surprising that family-minded vehicle owners like you get how to get the most quality at a good price when looking for Subaru Legacy car parts. On the road, you deserve to have a good ride along with reliability; so of course you bought a mode of transport like the stylish Subaru Legacy. That Subaru in the garage was created with care and skill; it needs replacement parts with the same top level of quality. Maximum capacity and high performance rely on high-quality components and accessories. You purchased your high-performance car or truck for its excellent engine power and performance, protect your decision and install the best aftermarket parts and accessories. Your Subaru Legacy Catalytic Converter is a part which cuts down on the amount of nitrogen oxide gas emitted from your vehicle, allowing you pass your local emissions test. Accurately performing Subaru Legacy Catalytic Converters are critical to be able to pass EPA regulations for vehicle operation. Although rugged, the unit occasionally breaks or fails, usually when it is struck from beneath the vehicle. You don't have to choose between cost and value when you buy your parts. No matter which model year you have, we've got the Subaru parts and accessories you are searching for. To get tremendous service from your car or truck, you know that quality parts make for great performance - PartsGeek.com has the parts you need.
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Your Subaru Legacy 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 1999 Subaru Legacy catalytic converter, into carbon dioxide and water and the nitrogen oxides are turned back into nitrogen and oxygen. This 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.
Toasted or Not?
I've read about how dealerships will say the catalytic converter needs to be replaced or is it really just that the O2 sensors are toast? 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 change your Subaru Outback catalytic converter. One of the main purposes of a Subaru Impreza catalytic converter 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 Subaru Forester catalytic converter 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.
Subaru Cat Recall
During extensive quality review testing, Subaru has discovered problems and issued a 2005 model Subaru Legacy catalytic converter recall. They found that with driving uphill at speeds of 75 mph and continuous accelerating and decelerating that the internal temperature of the cat converter exceeded what the design was capable of withstanding. Repeated exposure to this temperature can cause a reduced efficiency in the catalytic converter resulting your vehicle dropping below the emissions standard. Subaru has developed a modification to the ECU software that will better manage the temperature inside and not have any adverse effects on your car's performance.
What is All This Going to Cost?
As a side-note, the overheating problems 2004 Subaru Legacy catalytic converter or a 2009 Subaru Legacy catalytic converter 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 car to a local repair shop to replace your 2008 Subaru Legacy catalytic converter be ready for a shock. The price will range between $607-$1453 and this doesn't include fixing any contributing problem that caused your catalytic converter to fail in the first place. If you can do the work 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 Subaru Legacy years: 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95, 94, 93, 92, 91, 90. This part is also sometimes called Subaru Legacy Exhaust Converters. We stock catalytic converter parts for most Subaru models including Outback, Forester, Impreza, Baja, B9 Tribeca, Loyale, Tribeca, XV Crosstrek, Brat, GL, DL, Justy, SVX, XT, GL10, RX, Standard and GLF.