Replacement Emission Control Parts

PCV Valves, Vapor Canisters, EGR Valves, Oxygen Sensors

As useful as it is to be able to drive where you need and as much fun as it can be, your vehicle can also be damaging to the environment. To minimize the amount of damage it does, it has a complicated emissions control system to prevent as many pollutants from escaping your exhaust as possible. Therefore, it's important to keep that system working at its best to avoid polluting the environment and keep your vehicle from being illegal under EPA regulations.

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Some of the more important components of each and every emissions control system are the catalytic converter and the oxygen sensor. Your catalytic converter is a part of the exhaust, and is specially designed to 'scrub' the exhaust gases as they leave your engine, so they are released to the atmosphere with a lot fewer pollutants than they had when they entered the exhaust.

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Of course, half the battle when it comes to maintenance is knowing what each part looks like, and it can be difficult with your emissions control system because there are so many parts, and some are in difficult-to-reach locations. For instance, your oxygen sensor is small and looks like a spark plug, and because it is a part of the big exhaust system, it can be difficult to spot. However, the exhaust system is obviously easily visible, and the catalytic converter is a part of that. If you look for a rectangular-shaped box, which is usually towards the engine, then you will find the catalytic converter quite easily.

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Knowing what each part looks like is important, but it is also important to be aware of what can go wrong with each of them. Your catalytic converter, for instance, sits beneath the chassis of the car, and it can be damaged if you hit a high bump or if you have an accident. Since the oxygen sensor uses an electrical impulse to do its job, it can wear out and fail if it is not replaced at regular intervals. As with almost any part of your vehicle, preventative maintenance is the most important part of fixing any problems, so both parts should be checked and replaced.

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Identifying whether either component has become damaged and is ready for replacement can be done by visual inspection or by monitoring the performance of the engine. When you notice that the engine is idling roughly or is even missing and backfiring, you should examine the oxygen sensor because there is a good chance that it is not allowing the engine to run efficiently. Visual inspections of your exhaust and catalytic converter are important, and if you notice any cracks or holes, replace the busted component at the earliest opportunity before the problem becomes more serious.

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1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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