2012 Nissan Titan Exhaust Muffler Gasket Bosal


Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2012 Nissan Titan
Brand Bosal
Part # BSL2238540
Condition New
Warehouse A

Bosal

  • Muffler to Tail Pipe
  • Bosal Exhaust
    Bosal is a leading manufacturer of OE, replacement, and high performance exhaust systems, catalytic converters, and related components.
    Bosal Catalytic Converter
    LEV/TLEV/TIER1 OBDII CARB Aftermarket approval for Sale or Use on California Emission Vehicles - *SEE EPA/CARB Regulation


    Bosal catalytic converters are quality built to OE specifications and are designed with heavy duty stainless steel for durability and longer life. Bosal Converters feature OE style mounting, heavier gauge stainless steel construction with seam welded design, a ribbed body for structural stability and durability, smooth flowing inlet/outlet joints, and a monolithic honeycomb catalyst for maximum flow.

    To minimize installation time and additional labor, Bosal also installs a factory capped, 90º air tube where applicable.
    • Manufactured to OE Specifications
    • OE Style Mounting for Easy Installation
    • Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Construction
    • Maximum Flow
    Installation Note: The manufacturer recommends the replacement of the oxygen sensor(s) when replacing the catalyst.

    *EPA/CARB Regulation: For vehicles located in California, this converter is only approved for use on vehicles that meet the LEV/TLEV/TIER1 engine emission certification level. This converter is NOT approved for use on vehicles located in California with a certification level of ULEV, SULEV, or higher (refer to the Vehicle Emission Control Information label in the engine compartment for more information).

    California Air Resources Board (CARB) Forms and Resources.
    • CARB WebSite for Aftermarket Converters (WebSite)
    • Aftermarket Catalytic Converter Database (WebSite)
    • Understanding replacement converter labeling. (PDF Download)
    • Installer's checklist for new aftermarket catalytic converters (PDF Download)
    • Sample warranty registration card. (PDF Download)
    Warranty Information: Bosal provides a 50,000-mile catalytic performance warranty and 5-year/50,000-mile structural warranty.



    Bosal Catalytic Converter
    49 State OBDI - This Converter is NOT approved for Sale or Use in California - See EPA/CARB Regulation:

    Bosal catalytic converters are quality built to OE specifications and are designed with heavy duty stainless steel for durability and longer life. Bosal Converters feature OE style mounting, heavier gauge stainless steel construction with seam welded design, a ribbed body for structural stability and durability, smooth flowing inlet/outlet joints, and a monolithic honeycomb catalyst for maximum flow.

    To minimize installation time and additional labor, Bosal also installs a factory capped, 90º air tube where applicable.
    • Manufactured to OE Specifications
    • OE Style Mounting for Easy Installation
    • Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Construction
    • Maximum Flow
    Installation Note: The manufacturer recommends the replacement of the oxygen sensor(s) when replacing the catalyst.

    EPA/CARB Regulation: This Catalytic Converter is 49 State OBDI and NOT CARB Approved for sale or use in vehicles manufactured for or registered in the State of California. Do not install this Catalytic Converter in California emission vehicles within or outside the State of California.

    Bosal provides a 50,000-mile catalytic performance warranty and 5-year/50,000-mile structural warranty.



    Bosal Catalytic Converter
    49 State OBDII - This Converter is NOT approved for Sale or Use in California - See EPA/CARB Regulation:

    Bosal catalytic converters are quality built to OE specifications and are designed with heavy duty stainless steel for durability and longer life. Bosal Converters feature OE style mounting, heavier gauge stainless steel construction with seam welded design, a ribbed body for structural stability and durability, smooth flowing inlet/outlet joints, and a monolithic honeycomb catalyst for maximum flow.

    To minimize installation time and additional labor, Bosal also installs a factory capped, 90º air tube where applicable.
    • Manufactured to OE Specifications
    • OE Style Mounting for Easy Installation
    • Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Construction
    • Maximum Flow
    Installation Note: The manufacturer recommends the replacement of the oxygen sensor(s) when replacing the catalyst.

    EPA/CARB Regulation: This Catalytic Converter is 49 State OBDII and NOT CARB Approved for sale or use in vehicles manufactured for or registered in the State of California. Do not install this Catalytic Converter in California emission vehicles within or outside the State of California.

    Warranty Information: Bosal provides a 50,000-mile catalytic performance warranty and 5-year/50,000-mile structural warranty.



    Packaging

    length
    3.50
    width
    3.50
    height
    0.20
    weight
    0.05
    Information on technical characteristics, the delivery set, the country of manufacture and the appearance of the goods is for reference only and is based on the latest information available at the time of publication.
    1. EngrPaul "EngrPaul"
      15 Mar, 2014
      Vehicle: 1999 Honda CR-VPart Number: Bosal 256-303 or W0133-1637456Part Location on car: Flexible flange connection between second header pipe and the intake to the catalytic converter.I bought this part because I have had a loud growling sound coming from my exhaust while the engine was under load near 2200 RPM. It's been doing it for a couple years, but the car has not failed state inspection for an exhaust leak. I read reports on web forums that replacing this gasket solved the noise.AutoPartsWAY reports that this part does not work with my 99 CR-V. However, I found several resources elsewhere on the web that list part number W0133-1637456 is the right part for my car for this location in the exhaust. Upon receiving the part, I noticed the packaging lists #256-303, and the invoice in the package lists both part numbers. I suppose Bosal uses two different part numbering schemes? Confusing. Bosal's web site should be more helpful.The...

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