Scrap Jaguar Catalytic Converters & Serial Numbers
Posted: May 26, 2022
Our Team at RRCats.com wants to service your scrap catalytic converter needs and this week we are going to give you information on how to identify and get the best price for your Jaguar Catalytic Converters.
Jaguar does a really nice job of showing both their logo as well as their serial codes on them. These units will have a similar pattern to Ford as they are built by Ford as well. The Jaguars (while you may think are super expensive cats) do not have the best catalytic converters when you compare them to other luxury automakers. One of the largest misconceptions with Jaguars is that because they are a luxury auto brand their cats are super expensive.
That is not always true as many automakers are now making higher-end catalytic converters regardless of the costs of the new vehicles. Many auto manufacturers are focused on getting higher MPGs for their fleets and their cats are reflecting that change.
Jaguar Catalytic Converters
What you need to know…
Jaguar is a luxury vehicle brand, It was acquired by Ford (FoMoCo) in 1990. Ford (FoMoCo) bought Land Rover in 2000 and merged the 2 to form Jaguar / Land Rover.
Similar to how its parent company Ford (FoMoCo) stamps their catalytic converters. Jaguar catalytic converters are stamped with the Jaguar name and the serial number, which makes them easy to identify.
The serial number is alphanumeric which means it has both numbers and letters, an example of this “CAC8054”.
When sending your Jaguar (or any) catalytic converters to the team for a price quote make sure that you take a picture of the whole catalytic converter from overhead (like this!) – so that we can see the shape and size of the converter.
The second picture you want to send is a picture of the serial number.
Lastly, you want to send a picture of both sides of the cat so we can see that it’s full and not missing any material.
|Common Serial Numbers & Prices||as of June 9th, 2020|