Price List: Selling Prices of Junk Converters
|Catalytic Converter||Sell Price|
|Old Torpedo *Air Pipe||50|
|Mid Torpedo *Sensor||125|
|2006 - Down Ford Diesel Round||1|
|2006 - Down Ford/GM Diesel Square||40|
|2006 - Down Dodge Diesel||10|
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|Catalytic Converter||Sell Price|
|Honda Straight (Center Flat Sensor)||350|
|Honda Slant (New)||275|
|Honda Slant (Old)||200|
|Honda Skinny Hotdog (Center Sensor)||225|
|Honda Small Greenbean (Center Sensor)||200|
|Honda Skinny Hotdog (End Sensor/SML Cell)||120|
|Honda Large Greenbean (Half Shield)||180|
|Honda Large Greenbean (Fat Pipe)||250|
|Honda 4X4 Fin||220|
|Honda 4X2 Fin||115|
|Low Pre Import||30|
|Early Subaru Kidney||80|
|Late Subaru Kidney 1||100|
|Late Subaru Kidney 2||150|
Auto Core Buyers LLC. | Best Local Catalytic Converter Recycling Company and Buyer of Your Used Car Converters in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area
Auto Core Buyers LLC., has been buying your junk catalytic converters for over a decade. Located in the DFW area, we do business with a variety of sellers. We buy cats from scrap yards, muffler shops, auto repair shops, individuals, car mechanic enthusiast, and more. We focus on providing our sellers with fair pricing and a friendly atmosphere when they sell us their car converters. We strive to exceed your expectations when selling us your junk cats regardless of your business size or status. We can process any lot size of scrap converters you have, recycling your cats efficiently while paying you a decent price for your discarded material.
How to Sell Us Your Catalytic Converters
Selling your scrap catalytic converters to Auto Core Buyers LLC. is simple. There are three ways to sell us your scrap junk.
- Come by our facility to get a quote on your converters in person. If you like our price we can buy your junk converter then and there.
- Have one of our professionals go to your shop or location to give you a quote.
- Ship us your converters or have them delivered via freight if you have a large amount of scrap catalytic converters.
Choose the best way to sell your catalytic converters. If you have any questions you can always contact us, and we are more than happy to help you and guide you in the right direction.
FAQ About Catalytic Converters
What is a catalytic converter?
A catalytic converter controls exhaust emission. It turns emissions which are toxic and would be released into the environment as toxic into less toxic pollutants. It doesn't make the emissions completely clean, but it helps make sure the emissions being released are better for the environment. A catalytic converter reduces the pollutants and toxic gasses by catalyzing an oxidation and a reduction reaction.
Basically, a catalytic converter helps make toxic emissions from your vehicle less toxic.
What are the symptoms of a bad catalytic converter?
There are a variety of ways to tell if your catalytic converter needs to be replaced. Here are the two most common and easiest ways to identify a bad catalytic converter.
A Converter That Smells Like Rotten Eggs
One of the most common symptoms of a bad catalytic converter is a bad smell. The smell of a bad catalytic converter is described as smelling as rotten eggs. The smell of a bad catalytic converter comes from the small amount of sulfur which can be found in the gasoline you put into your car. This sulfur turns into hydrogen sulfide during the combustion process. When it's turned into hydrogen sulfide during the combustion process it is odorless. When you have a bad converter it doesn't convert the sulfur properly and thus the rotten egg smell of sulfur manages to make it through your exhaust.
Check Engine Light and P0420/P0430 Codes
Another one of the tall tell signs of a bad catalytic converter is the check engine light appearing in your car's dashboard. Granted, the check engine light can mean a variety of issues for your car. Your best bet is to get the codes which will be able to tell you what is wrong with your car/truck/van. When codes P0420 and P0430 appear this is a sign that you have a bad catalytic converter.
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