Were Cat converters intalled on Gen. ...

Were Cat converters intalled on Gen. 2 in 1998?

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Paul Dozier

Mesa, AZ

#1 May 19, 2013
My 98 Dodge 2500 failed emission test when the inspector couldn't find a
catalytic converter. Their book specifies that all 98 Cummins engines had
them.

If someone removed the cat. before I bought the truck 3 years ago, I can
comply with some after-market installation. I read in another forum that Cummins replaced so many $900 cat converters on a bunch of Gen. 1 engines on a fleet of Boston busses, that they GAVE the bus co. Gen. 2 24v replacements w/o cat converters. Now the only problems they have are
lift pumps.

Perhaps I can get proof that this truck (and all others like it) do NOT
require a cat. This truck never failed emissions testing on account of
emissions, per se.

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