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Old 10-10-2000, 04:25 AM
intruder intruder is offline
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Join Date: Jul 1999
Location: Youngstown, OH
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I'm no expert but I've posted a similar question about a year ago and all the feedback was (and all auto manuals support this) that a clogged cat presents itself at higher rpm when the engine needs to exhaust more and can't.
I had the sluggish/delay in acceleration from a standing start. Mine was a combination of an erratic fuel pump and a bad radiator which caused the motor to run a little warm which the computer compensated for by altering the timing to cool the motor which severely affected performance.
Hope I offered more insight than confusion.
P.S. The CD rom was very useful BTW. If you don't have one and want a fair alternative. Try one of the popular mechanics version which offers most of the data in a much easier to use format. But you can't replace the original for the amount of info.
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