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I have a Audi 06 S Line BLB engine code lack of power.

I have put in a new engine, new gaskets and seals there is no air leaks the car still has no power, no fault code on diagnostics.

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Diagnostic code produces P0420 catalyst system efficiency below threshold-Bank 1. Probable causes are listed as follows:
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