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the bad cat converter "fix"

does anyone know anything about some type of catylitic converter repair deal that tricks the pcm to think the cat is working? i believe i read something about it some where. its perhaps a spacer on the 02 sensor or something along those lines.thats all i really know about it but if you guys know what im talking about id love to know what its called or where to buy it!
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Your thinking of the spark plug non fouler trick.
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try some of this......




j/k....i hear CRC makes some good stuff for that
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j/k....i hear CRC makes some good stuff for that
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Your thinking of the spark plug non fouler trick.
Not familiar with that
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You will need 4 non fouler's two of them need to be drilled out to fit the tip of the o2 sensors screw the drilled ones into the non drilled ones then screw the into the exhaust.

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yeah i am actually not asking for my car but for my friends. can you get them so that they will screw right in to the exhaust?
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Yes you can get them with the the exact same thread as the o2 sensor.
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Yes you can get them with the the exact same thread as the o2 sensor.
awesome, thanks for the info
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