How to Identify & Sell your GM Catalytic Converters

Posted: July 31, 2020


The Team at RRCats.com wants to service your scrap catalytic converter needs and this week we are highlighting GM Catalytic Converters.

GM Catalytic Converters

What you need to know…

General Motors Company commonly referred to as General Motors (GM), is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Detroit that designs, manufactures, markets, and distributes vehicles and vehicle parts, and sells financial services. GM is the parent company to BuickCadillacChevrolet & GMC. 

There are many types of GM Catalytic Converters:

  • Bread Loafs – Large & Small
  • Pills
  • DPF’s
  • GAP AC
  • Small AC Square
  • Large & Small Flow
  • Beads

 

GM Cats Usually Have 2 Cats…

Many GM’s have 2 cats – a Pre-Cat and a Regular-Sized Catalytic Converter.

Identifying Serial Numbers on GM Catalytic Converters

GM does a nice job of stamping the serial numbers on their Catalytic Converters. You can find them on the body of the Catalytic Converter either in the middle, top, side, or on the outer rim. An example of this is in the photo below this GM Catalytic Converter has the serial number: 25129701

How To Find Serial Number on GM Cat

  • Using steel wool to clean the area so that you can bring out the serial number.
  • Generally, the numbers start with 126, 127, 251 & 253, and those will help to give you a better idea of the exact value of them.

Most Popular GM Catalytic Converters for Scrap

Some of the most popular car models we get asked about when pricing your GM Catalytic Converters are:

  • Buick Lesabre
  • Chevy Monte Carlo
  • GMC Yukon

Tom explains in the video how to find these serial numbers on your GM Catalytic Converter before you send them to our team for quoting.

The buying team at RRCats.com is waiting to help you make $$ on your Catalytic Converters.

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