Q: How many catalytic converters does the 2012 hyundia elantra gls 1.8 have?

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How many catalitic converters does the Hyundia elantra have? What is an estimate on the repair.

My car has 75478 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Your engine should only have one in the system.

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