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I have a 2000 crown victoria the check engine test says it coiuld be my catalyic converter and a misfire but the problem is when im driving and the car gets to 30 40 mph it jerks and the car seems like its holdig back when im trying to accelorate

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you can drive it but it will damage your catalyst system, that is why the klight flashes to let you know other problems can develop. the car being a 2002 it has a misfire monitor in the computer. go to a local parts house and have them scan for misfire codes to see which cylinder is misfiring. make sure you check the intake at the #5 cylinder (which is the first one on the left side of the engine)to see if it is getting coolant in it from the intake leaking at the thermostat housing.

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