|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 3 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||120007|
|Manufacturer Part Number||120007|
|OEM Part Number||120007|
|Vehicle Service Type||all-terrain-vehicles, utility-vehicles, street-sport-motorcycles, off-road-motorcycles, street-cruiser-motorcycles, street-touring-motorcycles, street-motor-scooters, snowmobiles, marine-personal-craft|
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Cataclean 450ml Engine and Catalytic Converter Cleaning Treatment
|Price:||$24.97 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Using Cataclean can lower your total hydrocarbon emissions by up to 50 percent
- Reduces carbon build-up in catalytic converter, oxygen sensors, fuel injectors and cylinder heads which results in improved fuel efficiency
- Improves overall vehicle performance-including driveability issues such as power reduction, hesitation, rough idle, hard starts and lost fuel economy
- Safe for gasoline, diesel, hybrid and flex-fuel vehicles; does not alter fuel
- Not for use in 2-stroke or oil / gas mix engines
|Special Shipping Information: This product may not be available for 1 or 2 day shipping due to federal regulations that require it to ship via ground ship methods only. This product can only be shipped within the 48 contiguous states.
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But faced with a PO420 code myself and determining the problem was indeed my cat, I reasoned that a $25.00 investment was worth a shot.
I bought a bottle and dumped it in my tank at 1/4 full as the instructions say. I drove the 15 miles and then refueled. I reset my CEL and drove for over 100 miles with the light staying off. However, when I scanned it again, it still had a "pending" PO420 code even though light was off.
20 miles later, the light came on again so I was about to chalk Cataclean up as a big hoax. But upon reading more reviews, I found that some success stories stated that they acheived success only after buying a 2nd bottle and trying again. So I decided to give it a 2nd try.
This time I let the fuel tank go slightly below the suggested 1/4 tank and I poured the 2nd bottle in the tank. Instead of just a slow, normal 15-20 mile drive I went out on the Interstate and punched the throttle wide open to over 5k RPM for about a half mile. Then I slowed down and did it again, and yet again. All 3 times black exhaust streamed out the tail pipe. Then I just ran it steady at about 70 mph til the tank was almost empty.
I refueled with Sunoco 93 Octane because I thoiught it could only help the cause.Read more ›
I used CRC 05110 Mass Air Flow Sensor Cleaner - 11 Wt Oz. first to clean the MAF, let the car warm up for about 20 minutes, poured a bottle of Cataclean in the tank and drove for about 25 minutes (less than 1/4 tank of gas in the car). Then I cleared the error codes. Let the car sit while I was at work, drove it home, put a bottle of Lucas 10020 Upper Cylinder Lubrication & Injector Cleaner 5.25 oz. in the tank and filled up with Premium gas. I've driven for 70 miles and the code hasn't come back. I just passed inspection this morning.
I don't fool myself that this stuff will cover up a bad catalytic converter. But I can say that for me, whatever it did was good enough to allow the car's ECM to run the emissions test at least a couple of times without registering an error code. I don't care if the code comes back tomorrow. For the $35 that I spent for the three bottles, I have delayed a $2000 plus repair.
I have my own code reader Autel MaxiScan MS300 CAN OBD-II Scan Tool which I bought for $20. The dealer charged $60 to tell me the same code as this reader gave. The code was P0420 which is catalytic converter insufficiency.
I used the Cataclean exactly according to the directions on the bottle and right after pouring it in the gas tank, I reset my code reader. The check engine light came on 9 miles later. I thought maybe the Cataclean had not had time to work so I reset it again. It came on in 25 miles. I thought, it's getting better. I reset the code reader one last time, drove 50 miles with no problem, got my car reinspected and PASSED! I have now driven more than 100 miles and still no check engine light. I will recommend this product to everybody, all the time - and I mean all the time. Like you'll say, hmm, I wonder what I should have for lunch today, and I'll be like, hey did I tell you how great this Cataclean product is that I bought from Amazon? And you'll be like, yeah, about a 100 times.
Given what the catalytic converter's job is, it stands to reason that it can get dirty and the screens clogged with carbon deposits. The same with the O2 sensors. Did some research on the web at found this product. The reviews were mostly good. In the meantime the engine light stayed off for a week. Once it came back on, I put a good fuel injector cleaner in it as I just had an oil change and I usually put fuel injector cleaner in at the same time. I reset the computer with my OBDII reader, and ordered Mr. Gasket Cataclean. Four days later the engine light came back on.
The cataclean product came and I waited and drove until I was below a 1/4 tank of gas so I'd run the max strength of the product through the fuel system. Put it in an drove mostly highway miles at 60 mph or better for 75-80 miles over two days. Last night on the way home from work the low gas light came on, so I pulled in to fill up and turned the car off. When I started the car after fill up the engine light went off on its own. So it looks like the product did the job.
Immediate results: Big difference in acceleration a whole lot more pep. Engine is quieter. Idle RPM's have dropped. The engine and fuel system have that little growl again like the car is breathing much better. I now assume that gas mileage will improve.
My car is not due for inspection for another year.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The check engine light on my car was on for a few months and the code was indicating a catalytic converter problem. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Vivian
My 06 Pathfinder needed to pass inspection, but the check engine light was on and the code said Catalytic Converter. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
I got this with the "guaranteed to pass smog" suff to help my 2000 jeep Cherokee pass smog. It did pass so I like to think that this helped make it happen.Published 10 days ago by AmE
My car had a recurring po 420 code for the last four years.The last biannual smog check it passed within 1 hydrocabon of maximum allowable. Read morePublished 14 days ago by S.H.
I tried this item because of the reviews, I was trying to pass the emissions test and also see if it does indeed helps with the fuel economy, it did not do neither, the engine... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
My check engine light was coming on and off because my carbon levels were getting high. My mechanic said my Catalytic Converter wasnt bad enough to replace yet and recommended... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
After making several attempts to get our 2003 Chevy Impala back on the road we narrowed it down to the catalytic converter, When we read about this Cataclean we decided to give it... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
At first I thought that this would be another Snake oil product. I figured that since I had to either spend a small amount to try this or spend over $1000 for a new catalytic... Read morePublished 1 month ago by BD