Do Diesel Cars Have Catalytic Converters?

Answer

Diesel cars do not have catalytic converters. It is mainly used in gasoline engines to convert toxic exhaust emissions from an internal combustion engine into non-toxic substances. Inside a catalytic converter, a catalyst stimulates a chemical reaction in which noxious byproducts of combustion are converted to less toxic substances by dint of catalysed chemical reactions.
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Function. Catalytic converters use a catalyst, typically platinum, palladium or rhodium, to induce a chemical reaction in the toxic emissions released by the engine. This chemical
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