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Computer error code P0420 Catalyst Efficiency below normal ()Bank 1) Can it be flush out, how can you tell if the converter needs replacing.

No, you cannot flush one. No maintenance is possible. When you get that code, you may have a cat that needs replacing, or your oxygen sensor after the cat may not be reading well. Erase the code and see if or how long it takes to come back. If it reappears shortly, like 2 weeks, or 50-100 miles, you probably have a cat needing replacement. But it might help to monitor the sensor after the cat (bank 1, sensor 2) to see what it is reading. Another way to test your cat is to use a hand-held infrared thermometer. Look at the temps on the exhaust both before and just after the cat. A working cat will have hotter exhaust at its tail, than the temp before the cat. Because a working cat will be burning off hydrocarbons in the exhaust. The temp after the cat should be about 100 degrees hotter than the exhaust before the cat.

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What has to be fixed on a 2009 volvo v50 when error code P420 appears?

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Error code 2005 vw beetle -P2096

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it also refers to heated oxygen sensor (HO2S) 1 bank 1--range/ performance --circuit high====causes --wiring short to positive ---HO2S
replace the HO2S using the correct socket so the wires do not get damaged
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Error Code P0430

this is the o2 sensor after the pre cat so post cat you can get a tune to get rid of code or replace the o2 sensor or get spacer that screws into the cat witch will make it not code the o2 sensor is there to just make sure the cat is there for emissions and will not effect the gas milage

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Error 76 and 67

what year, my gosh.......
Misfire Cyl. 6 Or Random Misfire

and forget 67, Cat weak, misfire cause CAT overload.

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My engine light was on, so i got a diagnostics done and it said the bank1 sensor 2 needed to be replaced. i Replaced the sensor but the engine light keeps coming back on after the part was replaced and...

no year. stated, sigh, nor country, sigh 2.
no DTC posted.!
post the DTC code, do not interpret it , state it. P0xxx?
flat out.
are there other codes? other stored or pending DTC codes?
there are many oxy codes, not stating the code is bad news.
each has a different reason, guessing is a fail.

btw , sensor 2 does not run the cars fuel mix. that be sensor 1.
btw, sensor 2, is rear of cat sensors.
this sensors purpose IS TO , warn of a dead CAT.

if the CAT is getting NAILED by rich fuel , the cat can be good
and the code P042x is one, that can be cause by other fueling issues. RICH. if rich (vastly) the cat can overheat. and fail that test. you need to post all facts, in my questions. first.

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Error codes 1133 & 1153 1998 chevy blazer

code P1133 is for a problem with 02 sensor bank one sensor one. this is the left 02 sensor in front of the cat. converter. code P1153 is for a problem with 02 sensor bank 2 sensor 1, which is located on the right side of engine in front of the cat. converter

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Error code P0430 rear catlytic converter where exactly is this located and what does it look like and estimated price?

just a word of advice there is no sensor that tells you if you need a cat ! that code comes on because of faulty o2 sensors have you changed the 02 sensors yet ? if not change them reset ( clear ) the codes that code will come on a few times just keep resetting or clearing it i have had 2 co workers not listen to me and changed the cat 400-600 dollars and the code just comes back on one guy had the cat changed two times and the code came back after i reset the codes 3 times it stayed off it seems like its preset to come on around 100,000 miles with 02 sensor codes DONT LET THE MECHANIC SELL YOU A CAT hope this helps

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Code p0420


Normally, the P-0420 indicates a sensor issue; a cat replacement would be needed if you had the P-0420 coupled WITH a
P-0430 code.

What I would do, if I were you, would take the car to a shop that can perform an "induction cleaning", and have that service done. Then, replace the spark plugs, if the car is around 90,000 miles. You may alsop need a front air-fuel sensor (the one on the manifold) replacement.

I would not change the cat until I did the above services. It does not sound like a bad cat just yet.

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