2000-2007 Honda Accord SULEV


Due to an increase in Catalytic Converter (CAT) thefts, we have been made aware that there are no replacement CATs available for these vehicles at this time (*see disclaimer below). For this reason, the Referee program has acceptable alternative CATs that can be used. If the EFN (Engine Family Number) for your vehicle is listed below, you will be permitted to use the alternative parts listed.

BAR Label Requirement: 

Once the alternative CAT has been installed, you will need to call the Referee Scheduling Center to schedule an appointment for a label to be installed on the vehicle (Note: The Referee Scheduling Center will require you to provide the EFN and Part Number before an appointment can be given). This label will authorize any Smog Check station to test your vehicle.

Eligible EFN:

Vehicle Year EFN#
2000 Honda Accord SULEV YHNXV02.3NL5
2001 Honda Accord SULEV 1HNXV02.3BF9
2002 Honda Accord SULEV 2HNXV02.3FK6
2003 Honda Accord SULEV 3HNXV02.4KCP
2004 Honda Accord SULEV 4HNXV02.4KCV
2005 Honda Accord SULEV 5HNXV02.4ECV
2006 Honda Accord SULEV 6HNXV02.4CMC
2007 Honda Accord SULEV 7HNXV02.4CMC








If the EFN for your vehicle is listed above see below.

*Disclaimer: These acceptable alternative CATs are an option only while the OEM CATs are unavailable for 2 weeks or longer. Once the OEM or CARB approved aftermarket CATs become available, installation of these alternative CATs will no longer be allowed.

Note: Many aftermarket Oxygen (02) sensors have been found to cause trouble code failures. It is strongly recommended that only an OEM (factory/dealership) 02 sensor is used.

Acceptable Catalytic Converters:

Part# EO# Manufacturer
5551354 (recommended) or 5551355 D-193-144 Magnaflow
5561354 (recommended) or 5561355 D-193-141 Magnaflow
82901 D-182-67 Walker
82812 D-182-64 Walker
84501 D-182-74 Walker
770134 D-798-10 Airtek
82996 (Direct-fit) D-182-67 Walker
82895 (Direct-fit) D-182-64 Walker
84560 (Direct-fit) D-182-74 Walker









Be sure to keep the receipt for the purchased catalytic converter. It will need to be presented to the Referee at your appointment. Failure to do so may deem the Referee unable to accept, and label, the catalytic converter.

Example: John has a 2004 Honda Accord with EFN 4HNXV02.4KCV. The catalytic converter was stolen and there are no listed options available aftermarket and the dealership has them on backorder. Fortunately, the EFN is listed above so he can use any of the listed acceptable parts. Once installed, John called the Referee program to make an appointment for a label. John was asked by the Scheduling Center to provide the EFN and Part Number installed. Once provided, John was scheduled for an onsite appointment. The Referee affixed a label on the vehicle during the Referee appointment for the converter installed. This label authorized any Smog Check Station to test John's vehicle.