1991 Dodge Stealth RTT Twin Turbo 3.0 turbo
High performance car with big problem after years of ownership
Catalytic converters melted at 60,000 miles.
Active exhaust system does not work.
No sufficient power and at no time pressure (turbo) gauge indicates full boost.
Good high performance car with no problems for years.
Help: After replacing the catalytic converters the car lost extremely power. The pressure gauge indicates most of the time not more than half boost (7).
I don't know the reason, but I hope somebody is able to help!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 31st January, 2004
31st Jan 2004, 19:47
Take the guts out of the converter. They're not built for racing and they melt. Keep the actual converter on so you pass inspection tests and all just take the guts out.
1st Feb 2004, 00:01
This is all you need to know. I have owned 2 for 8 years. Both TT. There are easy fixes. Your boost solenoid might need replacing. Easy. Join our forum, many mechanics on site. I am blusilvr on that board, look me up. What year/color do you have?
7th Dec 2007, 23:22
I have a 91 Twin turbo that has an ecu engine computer failure. I have seen replacements as high as $1,200.00. Does anyone have a less expensive alternative. How difficult is it to replace the defrost vents near the wind shield. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you. I wold love to get this car back on the road. Best car I've ever owned. Had it since 1991.