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Just did an engine was on my 2000 ford expedition and now i have no power barely get 5 to 10 mph what could this be after the engine wash i changed spark plugs and no change my cat is also bright red when hot but i didnt think that could cause me to lose all power i feel as if im running on maybe 2 of my 8 cylinders any ideas

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All your cats are ruined
All your O2 Sensors are ruined

Now you need to find out why the cat failed, in less than 15 years
BEFORE you replace them all.

What does-just did an engine mean?

For the converter to be red hot, the
timing chains are out of wack or
your putting a lot of raw fuel into them

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

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