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Old 02 Jul 2013, 06:01 pm
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Default new o2 but unplugged it because ran better no sputter?

Now I think after running it rich too long its clogged won't start. Can I replace the ccat and will the o2 still be new cause was never plugged in more than two miles it was still on the exhaust
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Old 02 Jul 2013, 06:16 pm
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Only way to know is test the oxygen sensor or just replace the cat and then reuse the sensor. Even though it was not plugged in, since it was installed onto the exhaust it may be damaged due to the car running rich. Good luck!
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