HouseCallAuto 2/8/2013Maybe but I would have to know what the original code or codes were. I am not a proponent of universal cats that are hand welded back in. I use direct fit 99% of the time. The O2 sensors should have been replaced at the same time. I can't believe the bad practices that are happening out there. Some shops even condemn and replace the wrong cat and then wonder why the light came back on.
Jimm 2/9/2013Nearly always, it's best to use the direct-fit style of converter; as you have found out - to avoid the chekc engine light condition - and to eliminate fitment problems.
Try the many on-line auto parts sources, such as; www.autopartswarehouse.com, www.partsgeek.com and www.rockauto.com for the replacement parts. For example, they (RockAuto) list the direct fit catalytic converter from around $182.00 for your vehicle.