Faith Pinho

Reporter, LA Times

Reporter for the LA Times

Faith Pinho on KCRW

If a car has an internal combustion engine, the catalytic converter is a piece of equipment that reduces its toxic emissions.

New target for thieves over past 2 years: Catalytic converters that clean up cars’ toxic emissions

If a car has an internal combustion engine, the catalytic converter is a piece of equipment that reduces its toxic emissions.

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