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Old 10 Apr 2004, 11:42 pm
Bill
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Default 2000 Civic Cats

Non V-tech 1.6, 5 speed, Canadian model.
Is the cat attached to the exhaust manifold (there are two Ox sensors there,
one very near top- other very near bottom,) or are there two parts, one at
the manifold and another halfway back along the system?
Mine looks like it's just a resonator at the halfway point, no heat shields,
or signs that there ever was anything there. No rusted off brackets, stubs,
holes, or anything.


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