Question about Cars & Trucks
Well now that youer car can brthe agin its runing alot better the it has for along time so if i wear you i would find some good oil an make sure that the turbo on youre car is good n oil be for long .becuse with it runing so long wiyth no air the harder it had to work .but as of now its gitting alot more air in to the sistom the befor in it did not rigth its maks out put or as must pepelo wonuld say R.P M S AN NOW YOU ARE SO GET THAT DONE AS FASTED AS YOU CAN OK.I HOPE THIS HELPES YOU OUT
Posted on Aug 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You probably have way too much unburned fuel in your exhaust system (how's your mileage?) or possibly a failed oxygen sensor that is giving false information to the computer.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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I agree that this is a common fault on this vehicle.If you are in the US, all emissions components, including the catalytic converter are warrantied for 8 years/80K miles.
This quote is quite higher ( i suppose this is a quote from a dealer ).The one that you may find for around $200 - $400 is Universal catalytic converter and it could fit your car.
Just grab a universal catalytic converter and your cost would be around $400 for parts instead of $2000.
Labor cost is again a bit high. Ideally, it should be ( assuming that it is a reputed dealer in a big state of NYC ) is around $500.
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
if vehicle has less than 200,000 kms then i think cat is ok ,check the O2 sensors with a automotive meter rather than reading the obdii ,which i cannot do anyway in europe but at least you will know if they work or not their are two O2 sensors on each cat one before the and one after ,unless this is a high mileage vehicle i dont think the cats will be gone
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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