2014 Hyundai catalytic converter

Is it reasonable that my 2014 Hyundai Accent with 105000 miles on it would need a catalytic converter? What am i doing wrong?

That is extremely early for a catalytic converter to need replacement.
If the engine consumes a lot of oil, that might explain it.

Is it reasonable?


Is it possible ?


If the catalytic converter isn’t physically damaged, I suggest trying this first before replacing.



How do you know the cat is bad? Might it be the oxygen sensor(s)?

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Are you in California?

Yes, it is certainly possibly.

You might try taking it to a Hyundai dealer. Most of the exhaust components have an 8 year factory warranty on them. Being a 2014 model, you might just slip into a warranty replacement.