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Muffler with heat coming out warning light on mitsi rvr

Same as the other guy , i was just driving along & this light on dashboard started flashing , it also felt if the car was losing power ,possibly over revving & seems like it was missing occasionalyy

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Had the same problem with check engine light coming on, loss of power, missing always starting to accel and in speeds between 10-30 mph, little smoke coming out of exhaust. Took it to the shop come to find out the catylic converter had been rusted out due to wear and tear or age. Spent 200.00 dollars since I knew the guy to replace it and now the car runs great.

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