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The N0x to high

I have a problem my N0x for emmision is really high like 2000 over to pass emmisions will some one help i got told it was the cat and i think it might be thegr valve but not to sure

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Start with the cheapest part first, new air filter, o2 sensor, egr valve, then if the problem still persists, consider a new catalytic converter. Probably around $125.00 to $160.00 at a reputable shop other than a dealer who could charge double!

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