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Old 09 Apr 2012, 11:02 pm
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Default 2005 honda pilot bank one catalit converter?

I got my whole job done for 650.00 it is an oem cat, jad to be fixed, the dealer would have charged me way more, what do u think was price good?
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Old 09 Apr 2012, 11:31 pm
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I doubt the cat was bad. Most catalytic converter codes, especially on one that new, are the result of the converter getting indigestible exhaust. The youngest bad converter I have seen was 18 years old. P0420 (bank 1) and P0430 (bank 2) codes have sold more unneeded catalytic converters than all the con men in the world. The shop puts a new cat in and fixes an exhaust leak in the process... the code goes away. Of course if the intake manifold is leaking or an injector is flaky it will come back soon enough.
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