|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||9.5 x 2.7 x 2.5 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 473ml Engine and Catalytic Converter Cleaning Treatment
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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
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Mr. Gasket Cataclean is a fuel and exhaust system cleaner that reduces carbon build-up and cleans your vehicle's catalytic converter, oxygen sensors, fuel injectors, and cylinder heads. Cataclean does not alter fuel composition and is safe for gasoline, diesel and hybrid engines. Testing at an independent emissions testing facility showed using Cataclean can lower your total hydrocarbon emissions by up to 50 percent (performance results are dependent on driver habits and vehicle condition). Use Cataclean to fix drivability issues such as power reduction, hesitation and hard starts, as a pre-treatment before an emissions test or to extend the life of your vehicle engine. Using Cataclean may help to avoid the replacement of costly oxygen sensors or your vehicle's catalytic converter. If you have to replace your catalytic converter, use Cataclean with the installation to extend its life. Cataclean is easy to use-simply pour in your fuel tank. Cataclean is 50 state legal and complies with VOC (including California) and OTC regulations, as well as Federal low sulphur content requirements for use in diesel motor vehicles and non-road engines. For optimum performance and protection, use Cataclean four times a year. Made in the USA.
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I did it mostly by the instructions, but also incorporated the recommendation of a commenter (may have been on a different website)
- I put it in right before I got on the highway. It was about 9 pm, so it was mostly empty.
- I got into the left lane, and continuously revved the engine to the highest RPM's I could, then let it settle down. Did that for about 20 miles.
- When I got home, I used my OBD meter to clear my codes. Drove for about 50 miles before I went in to get the emissions test, passed with flying colors.
I've driven 500+ miles since, code has not come back. Definitely recommend this for anyone who knows the engine is throwing a catalytic converter code, before taking it to the mechanic. Between this and the OBD meter I bought, I saved probably about $1k vs taking it to the shop.
At this weekend (12/03/2016), I already drove the car for about 190 miles since I filled the gas full. I poured the whole Cataclean into the gas tank, which had a bit less than a quarter tank of gas. Then I drove on to highway. As some reviewers suggested, when there were no cars close to me, I stepped on the gas pedal hard (almost 'floored' it) to get RPM to 5K. When the RPM reached 5k, the speed of the car was about 85 miles on highway and then RPM immediately fell back below 4k and 3k itself. I released the gas pedal to slower the car. (If you do that as well, do be careful. Nobody wants to get a speed ticket on high way, right?). I did the same cycle for about 5 times on highway: slowing down to about 60 miles/hr -- flooring gas pedal to reach 5k RPM (speed over 80 mile/hr) -- releasing gas pedal to let the car slow down. After driving about 30 miles, I stopped in front of a mall to shop a while. About 15 minutes later I came back to the car and started it. You know what, the engine light was off, on its own!
I drove another 40 plus miles after that and stopped at a gas station to add some fuel. I just added 6 gallons of regular 87 gas. As I do not plan to add premium gas in the future, I did not want to do it now as some reviewers suggested. With 6 gallons of fuel, I drove more than 120 miles before I filled the gas tank again. That 6 gallons of gas gave me about 21-22 miles/gallon gas mileage, which was about right for Honda Odyssey. The engine light is still off (after driving 170 miles).
I felt the car was getting more power after adding the cataclean. The acceleration was smooth and more powerful. I did not observe any black smoke (or any kind of smoke) from the tailpipe when I floored the gas pedal. The car did not have any driving issue or noise or anything. I did not expect it worked so well when I did not see any smoke or anything coming out of the tailpipe. But obviously it helped clean the catalytic convertors or oxygen sensors or whatever that threw the P0420 code. I am not sure how long the code will be off and I will post a follow-up comment in the future. Again, the car has been maintained regularly for oil change, transmission flush, and I added sea foam to gas, oil gasket, and even brake air intake lines once every other year. However, the car was driven mostly local in the past 4-5 years. I can tell you, its RPM never reached 5K in the past 5 years. What causes the P0420 code? I do not know. But obviously the Cataclean did help at this time. Spending $16-20 on the Cataclean before you touch the expensive oxygen sensors or catalytic convertors could be a good investment. I plan to buy another bottle in case the code comes back again. Good luck to you DIY maintenance.