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Unread 07-28-2013, 08:26 AM   #1
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Sulfur Smell? Catalytic Converter? (05 WK 3.7)

Hi, I have an 05 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 3.7. I have been smelling this "sulferish" smell on the outside of my car when its running. From people i have talked to, everyone said it was the catalytic converter. Does that sound right? I want to throw a new exhaust on my jeep someday down the road. Would i be better off just replacing both cats, muffler and everything or just the cats. By mid august im going to be commuting to college three days a week about 45 minutes away. I want my car to be in the best condition possible. I also want a more deeper sound from the exhaust but not too loud you wake the neighbors every time you start the car haha. Not sure what to do here. Any ideas?

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