Chrysler Catalytic Converters: Best Prices & Identifying Them
Posted: January 6, 2022
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Chrysler Catalytic Converters – Prices & Identifying
Hey Scrappers! This week we are going to provide you with some information on prices for scrap Chrysler cats, as well as some tips on how to know whether or not you have a Chrysler cat. Below are some helpful tips on identifying your Chrysler Catalytic Converters and how to get the best price for them. Our job is to help you learn more about catalytic converters of all types and learn about our process of quoting them and getting paid for them.
Catalytic converters from Chryslers have strong values- but they are much more difficult to price than other normal ceramic cats. Many Chryslers are called foil cats and are more difficult to refine than regular patterned ceramic OEM units.
These units with a swirl pattern have the precious metals placed on top of a metal foil and are more complicated and time-consuming to refine. For this reason, some of the units are often undervalued when compared to their ceramic counterparts.
Where Do You Find A Serial Number on Chrysler Catalytic Converter?
If you have the serial number on the catalytic converter, you could or will see the Chrysler Logo at the beginning of the plate, followed by the numbers. Some Chrysler cats do not have the logo and will have to be identified with a photo grade, and our team can do that without a problem.
Keep An Eye Out For Triangle Designed Honeycomb
Also, keep a lookout for the triangle design of the honeycomb found inside; this is specific to Chrysler catalytic converters. We always recommend first checking to see the full honeycomb before requesting a quote, but also notice the triangle pattern inside instead of the regular checkered pattern.
Chrysler, like other manufacturers, has a regular honeycomb or a foil honeycomb. The foil, which is made with metal, is usually worth significantly less—the honeycomb made of ceramic is worth more due to the increased amount of precious metals inside.