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Alot of times an in effective catalyst code and an O2 sensor code can be set from an engine vacuum leak. Engine sensors can not see a vacuum leak, but they can tell when an engine is running lean and associate it with the emission system. My suggestion is to have your mechanic look for a bad vacuum hose or elbow.
Posted on Nov 14, 2014
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