If you have broken down, then and your Nissan needs some parts replaced. Your vehicle is renowned for best-in-class value and long-lasting quality , which is presumably the reason why you drive one. People who care about their Nissan will understand that the reason Catalytic Converter parts of OEM quality are the only ones that mechanics trust on their car, truck, or SUV. When a Catalytic Converter malfunctions it can translate into a really annoying experience for even the most seasoned drivers.
Perhaps the most popular, and sometimes most expensive, emissions reduction component on your Nissan is the catalytic converter. It was first introduced in 1975, and has been mandatory on all vehicles since 1981. The catalytic converter in your Nissan has a canister that houses a large honeycomb mesh filled with precious metals, manufactured for the sole purpose of attracting and retaining all the oxides of nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and hydrocarbons that result from your engine's combustion. If yours is old or has triggered a "check engine" light on your dash, it will need to be replaced before your next smog check.
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