where is the catalytic converter located and how can I bypass it on a 1991 Lexus ES 250?

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Old 05 Apr 2014, 06:55 am   #1 (permalink)
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where is the catalytic converter located and how can I bypass it on a 1991 Lexus ES 250?
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Its on your exhaust system. As in tail pipes. Your gonna have take it off by cutting it unbolting it. I've seen some you'd have to.cut the. Modify by welding one back on then some you just unbolt then bolt on a new one.
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Not specifically familiar that make/model but the catalytic converter is always in the exhaust line usually under the driver/passenger compartment. It's large (over a foot in length and easily 4 times the width of the exhaust) and has exhaust heading in and out. To remove it simply cut the exhaust before and after, remove it and replace with exhaust tubing either clamped or welded in its place.
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