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I am starting a brand-new thread as I want to be sure of the catalytic converter and also oxygen sensor places on the vehicle.The code I am gaining is PO430 because that catalytic converter incompetent Bank2 . I desire to confirm with someone v a diagram that the linked CC and also O2 sensor are situated next come the radiator and not the firewall. Additionally if that sensor were bad wouldn"t there be a code particularly for that sensor? I recognize there is a code for the heater ~ above the sensor together I had actually that formerly for the other sensor. Though I have actually been told that the cat itself can be negative I desire to try and eliminate a few things before I spend for an high value cc...thanks
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I moved this to "Problems". Many of threads have addressed this. P0420 is financial institution 1, P0430 is bank 2 (cat capacity listed below minimum threshold). And also per the chart I"ve posted, financial institution 1 is along the firewall, ago 2 is out front.
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Thanks , that"s where I meant to post it and hey many thanks for your contribution to Sienna chat. Appreciate it
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Well , my net research reflects this CC to expensive...It shows up to a one piece integral v the exhaust manifold $1100 or so...geez
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Well , my net research reflects this CC to expensive...It shows up to a one piece integral with the exhaust manifold $1100 or so...geez
Yes the OEM cats room expensive. Are you sure it`s your cat the is gone. Friend could try a cheaper aftermarket Cat. Look on ebay or Rockauto because that replacements.Regards, JC.
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jc..no Im no sure, over there isn"t a password for a faulty O2 sensor either. I witnessed Walker brand for under 200 on amazon . Guess ns would require a brand-new gasket and seal. Tempting!
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I had the exact same problem and also I solved it for $30 v an oxygen sensor spacer. The worths the sensor to be reporting were apparently out that range, however only just - together I might clear the CEL and it would stay off for a week or two, climate come back. I have actually passed emissions through this, yet I doubt it would fly if it were noticed during a an ext detailed inspection. Don"t treatment though, I have actually saved huge bucks by making use of this and I"m "code free" for 2 years.Before:
My Outback to be throwing a O2 code and it was caused by the ecm programing was old there was an upgrade that i did not have, after the update everything is great. Ns had adjusted O2"s and tried the spacer yet cel always came back. The ecm update did the trick.

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