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Emissons too high

I,ve changed oil and fillters and lambda sensor emission still too high any suggestions to get them down

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  • shunter1 Oct 21, 2008

    thanks for your in put i flushed out the cat and ajusted tappets that did the trick passed mot yesterday

  • shunter1 Oct 21, 2008

    i flushed out the cat and ajusted the tappets that fixed the problem passed mot yesterday thanks anyway

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How high are the emission readings if you could post me the values i might have a good idea whats wrong.might save you spending a bucket full of cash.

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