Question about 2000 Oldsmobile Alero
Well did you say u replaced the engine? Well if thats the case you may have a clogged cat CONVERTOR. to start out, first we need to remove the bolts from the exhaust manafold to the down pipe.try to prop the pipe slightly away (about an inch) from the manafold.(WE ARE REMOVING THE CONVERTOR FROM THE ENGINE IN A SENSE) start the car (it will be loud,and take a short test drive.If the car no longer chuggs, replace the cat CONVERTOR.good luck
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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