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How much does it cost to replace a catalytic converter

How Much Does it Cost to Replace a Catalytic Converter?

Catalytic Converter Issues?  Your junk car not running well? Struggling with power, sudden drop in fuel economy, failed an emissions test, or have an odd, pungent odor from the car’s exhaust? This can’t be good news for sure! It likely means the catalytic converter is malfunctioning and you need to do something about it immediately. …

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Cash for Clunkers During Covid

Cash for Clunkers 2.0?

Cash for Clunkers 2.0 – Answer to COVID19?     The Coronavirus pandemic has significantly impacted the automotive industry nearly brining everything to a grinding halt. With stay-at-home orders in place in many markets, dealerships have been forced to stop selling cars, cascading down the supply chain resulting in plants being shuttered and massive supply …

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Ford Sees Talks With U.S. on Cash for Clunkers-Like Stimulus

Manufacturer’s Discuss CARS-Like Package   Everything circles back. Looks like we may be expecting news on a Federal program this summer possibly. The COVID19 Corona virus is killing new car sales. This has Washington DC considering a new car buying stimulus plan . Ford Expects Talks with US on Clunker like Stimulus  “We think some …

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2021 California Cash for Clunkers Program

In 2020 the State of California continues its own cash for clunkers buyback program called CAP which stands for Consumer Assistance Program operated by California’s Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR). California’s interest to continue supporting cash for clunkers is driven by their commitment to impact vehicle emissions reduction. 2020 CAP – Consumer Application Program For …

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2017 California Cash for Clunkers Program

In 2017 the State of California continues its own clunker buyback program called CAP which stands for Consumer Assistance Program operated by California’s Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR). 2017 CAP – Consumer Application Program For latest information please see information on California BAR Program to reduce polluting California registered vehicles on California roads.

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