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Exchange #4 coil with #2 coil,clear code, start vehicle and re check
for codes. If the code indicates a problem in #2 cylinder we will need to
replace coil. Replace coil,test drive vehicle and confirm repair. GOOD
Log onto www.partstrain.com. I believe they have Catalytic converters for your pathfinder for under $200.00, there OEM direct fit which means no cutting other then removing the old bolts.
If it is the Catalytic converter you can always buy it from on line and have a muffler shop install it like speedy or midas. Make sure you ask for stainless bolts and nuts.
Before you go through all the trouble, re checktheDTC codes. Most of the time it's the O2 sensors that go bad and i question the garage charging you so much for the replacement of a catalytic converter.
Good luck and keep me posted.
most timing belts go much longer. i am asuming the dealer recommends it or you probably wouldn't ask.it is not an easy or cheap job. i am a big fan of if it ain't broke don't fix it. my truck has almost 200k with the original on...some motors are damaged when the timing belt breaks..ask your dealer why it is recommended and go from there..Good luck
Change the oil, this should lower it enough to get you through, also run the car on the freeway if possible to heat up the catalytic converter as much as possible, leave it running and wait for the test to be run, I was a smog tech for years and these are the tricks I used to get cars to pass that were as close to the limit as yours.