Question about 2001 Saturn L-Series
IF THE CODE WAS A P0420, HAVE THE CONVERTER REPLACED WITH A GENUINE GM CONVERTER - AFTERMARKET CONVERTERS FAIL WITHIN 6 MONTHS TO A YEAR - AS FOR THE O2 SENSORS - IF THEY WEREN'T WORKING, YOU WOULD NEVER GET A CODE FOR THE CONVERTER FAILING - THEY ARE SELLING YOU PARTS YOU DON'T NEED - THE COMPUTER WILL LET YOU KNOW WHEN YOU NEED O2 SENSORS VIA A CODE - IF YOU CAN, BUY THE CONVERTER FROM GM AND HAVE IT INSTALLED BY A REPUTABLE EXHAUST SHOP.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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