|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.1 x 3.5 x 7.9 inches|
|Item model number||05063|
|Manufacturer Part Number||05063|
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CRC 05063 Guaranteed To Pass Emissions Test Formula - 12 Fl Oz.
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- Maximum allowable chemistry restores fuel system to like-new condition
- Increases MPG
- Not VOC Compliant for California & OTC
- Use every 3,000 miles to improve fuel economy, acceleration and reduce emissions
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My 1997 Camaro has just a hair under 240,000 miles on it. I keep it very well maintained and have never had to do any substantial engine work. A few months ago, my check engine light came one. I used my code reader to pull up a catalytic converter code usually indicating that the Cat, my O2 sensors, or all of the above are ready for the scrap heap. My wallet and I didn't like that option.
Before I go any further, let's take a second to explain what a catalytic converter actually does. A catalytic converter is a catalyst bed that initiates a chemical reaction that converts unburned hydrocarbons in your exhaust system into COx and water without actually participating the in reaction itself. (This is why it is called a catalytic converter). Unfortunately, the heat of the reaction also causes N2 molecules in the air to oxidize and produce NOx. So, a properly functioning catalytic converter must be appropriately sized to heat itself to the right temperature to "light off" the right amount of unburned hydrocarbons without getting too hot. Proper heating actually makes the converter "self cleaning, " burning off normal build-up as it runs.
So, a properly maintained catalytic converter SHOULD run forever. However, real life has a way of getting in the way. Engine parts foul, crack, leak, and get carbon build-up. This allows unburned gas, engine oil, or even coolant to enter the exhaust system and deposit loads of crud into/onto the emissions hardware, such as the O2 sensors and the tiny air passages within the cat.Read more ›
-Get an oil change(eliminates dirty, unburned oil fumes out the tailpipe)
-Tune up(new plugs, wires, cap/rotor)
-Run Super Unleaded 91 octane fuel(burns cleaner)
-Get catalytic converter very HOT(run at freeway speeds)
-Wash engine(runs cooler)
-Top off all fluids(especially coolant)
The CRC formula was my trucks' very LAST HOPE. If it failed again...I was going to sell it to the wreckers. After all, the truck had a full life at 227,000 miles. I did everything the directions asked and ran CRC through my entire fuel tank. On the day of the test - I drove the truck at 80+ mph on the freeway for a full 30 minutes before the test. Below are the FINAL RESULTS:
15mph @1628RPM MAX=127 MEASURED=26
25mph @1562RPM MAX=108 MEASURED=16
15mph @1628RPM MAX=0.55 MEASURED=0.03
25mph @1562RPM MAX=0.69 MEASURED=0.03
Oxides of Nitrogen(NoX/PPM)
15mph @1628RPM MAX=1031 MEASURED=115
25mph @1562RPM MAX=891 MEASURED=115
What do the above numbers say? It means the additive product literally SAVED MY TRUCK!!! Not only did it get low, like new car numbers...the entire fuel system and spark plugs are squeaky-clean again. Doing ALL the above is the ONLY reason why I got such crazy LOW emission figures! Verdict? Maintain your vehicle and it too, can pass the World's STRICTEST emissions standards(California).
If CRC ever wanted me to do a TV commercial for their wonderful product...I would GLADLY DO IT FOR FREE!!!
It's THAT GOOD...
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I had a pin hole leek in my cat i fixed the leek then my check engine light came on for catalytic converter I used both bottles changed my oil and my spark plugs then reset my... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Veronica
Same story with the catalytic converter needing replacement. I poured the bottle into a full tank of premium gas, burned half the tank going up to Michigan for the weekend (long... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Daniel
My 2000 jeep Cherokee isn't getting any younger. I used this before my smog to help ensure it passed and it did. I'm not a car expert but I think it helped:)Published 15 days ago by AmE
This stuff worked for me! My Toyota Camry had 2987XXmiles when I first tested my car for smog and it did not pass. Read morePublished 21 days ago by eniamrahc
Holy moly. After a month of trying to pass emissions and having Evap and cat code p420 I have this a try. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Amazon Customer