I went to start my car the bat look like it was weak so i change it out they didnt have the right bat but i change it out anyway. the wires to the bat look like they needed to be clean so i change the bat and the car seem like it still wasnt geting enough power to turn over i hear a click but no ingtion.
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Basically the mechanic will make sure don't need a tune up. or have vacuum issues or leakes in the exhaust before the cat. Then he should check the front 02 sensor to make sure its not getting lazy. If all this passes then you will need a new cat. If the O2 sensor has more than 70,000 miles on it it needs to be replaced anyways so you may just want to do this first and hope the light stays off.. The problem with a lean code is you will wear out the cat real fast if you didnt deal with this and kept driving the car. The lean code could have been vacuum leak or a bad MAF sensor or weak fuel pump.
probably not starter but weak battery when battery low on charge you will hear solenoid on starter clicking when trying to start battery on cars do lose charge in frosty weather but it means battery old or cells in bat inop just replace bat