Recent Examples of catalytic converter from the Web
Oak Creek police received a rash of reports from people saying the catalytic converter — an exhaust emission-control device — was stolen off their vehicle.
Just imagine your future self printing a birthday cake, a Rolex, or a catalytic converter for the car.
In fact, all of that idling is bad for the catalytic converter.
Theft, Brookpark Road: A catalytic converter was stolen between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Jan. 30 from a vehicle parked outside Metro Toyota, 13775 Brookpark.
And there are still more potential applications for 48-volt systems: Electrically heated catalytic converters, for example, could be an important advance in reducing cold-start emissions.
Theft, Mercantile Road: At 9:30 a.m. Dec. 11, it was reported that someone stole the catalytic converter from a delivery box truck belonging to and parked in the lot of Buy Rite Office Products, 23715 Mercantile Road.
Additional tools were found under another vehicle near the catalytic converter.
Several catalytic converters were stolen from International Autos, 2400 S. 108th St., at about 11:45 p.m. Sept. 15. 7.
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CATALYTIC CONVERTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of catalytic converter for English Language Learners
: a part of an automobile exhaust system that removes harmful chemicals
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