My good friend Gordan has a White 1996 Dodge Intrepid.
It has the High Output 3.5L V6 motor in it.
Well, as he went in for emmisons last week he failed.
Came over here and we did a Much
needed tuneup that included new wires (Bosch), Bosch +4's, Air Filter, oil, etc.
Went in and thought that this might do the trick as it has in the past on previous cars.
My cousin is a salesman at a Local Dodge dealer here and we took a trip last night. Had him do me a favor and a mechanic hooked it up to check for the codes (beats paying $80.00 for a dianostics test
). No codes came up, and everything was just fine and peachy
I guess he says that it might be one of the cat's thats bad, and goes in well with the story that the emmisions place told us. I guess the 1996 and 1995 Intrepid did not have a feature that would throw the code for a faulty cat. I went under the car, and there are 3 cats. One per header and a joint cat where the downpipes meet. Is this a correct assumption?
My question is this:
Has anyone had this problem in the past?
If so, please help so we can do this.
ANY INFO IS MORE THAN GRATEFULL!
Yes, I could search the site, but I dont have the time right now and it might be easier to as someone. Randy, you have any info for me?