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What is the cause of High emissions of Nitrous Oxide on 99 GMC Jimmy

What is the cause of High emissions of Nitrous Oxide on 99 GMC Jimmy

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Allot of things, defective egr valve and timing to far advanced are the most common

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New catalytic converter and oxygen sensors

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