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Old 05-27-2014, 10:38 AM
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$2,200 is what dannemora ford wants to replace one driver cat converter

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The part itself is prob $2000. Nothing they can do about the price of parts. OEM converters are ridiculously expensive.
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Is there a possibility it may be covered under the mandatory extended emissions warranty?
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I had all 4 of mine on an '04 5.4 F150 replaced in Phoenix Az 50 state legal for $1400.00 including all labor including warranty coverage Doing fine 2 years later,...
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