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99 exped chokes at accelaration and has a bad burning smell

Also won't start sometimes.

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Sounds like your cat,s are bad smell like rotten eggs. Also bad may be o2 sensor's as well as maf check all !. Or new cat's will fail soon after replaced. hope this helps good luck.

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Sounds like your cat converter may be stopped up.

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