For More Info visit us at: http://1aau.to/h/fi9/ Did you know diesel cars and trucks have a catalytic converter too? There are plenty of differences between gas and diesel cars and trucks. In this case, they both have a catalyst, though they do have some slight differences. Where they are similar though, is that both can cause problems when they age or clog! In this video, Cristian explains what the diesel version of a catalytic converter is, how it works, and how it can go wrong. Check out the video to learn more! 0:00 Did You Know Diesel Cars & Trucks Have Catalytic Converters? Can Fuel Injector Problems Clog Them?
1:06 Is the Oxidation Catalyst a Catalytic Converter?
1:18 Similarities and Differences Between Diesel and Gas Catalysts
2:59 Old Catalyst vs New
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2008 Ford F-450 Super Duty
2009 Ford F-450 Super Duty
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