Question about Honda Accord
Essential it means the catalytic converter isn't working as it should. The only way to fix it is replacing the converter. I suggest replacing it with an oem part. I haven't had much luck with aftermarket converters, the code always returns in a few months. Oem converters can be a bit pricey because of the precious metals inside so prepare yourself for some sticker shock. The good thing is that it won't affect the drive ability of the car, so if need be you can live with it while you save.
Be sure to address any other codes you may have in the computer before replacing the converter as some may cause the converter to go bad again.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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