Question about 1991 Volkswagen Jetta
97 vw jetta would not go over 30mph. a auto shop put it on the diagnostic machine, it said oxygen sensor was the problem. they replaced it and i still could not go over 30mph. same auto shop checked into it and said i needed a cat convert which would cost another $600. for them to replace. can i buy a cat convert and install it myself? can you instruct me on how it is done?
Sounds right they are expensive shops dont make a lot on the installs.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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