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2003 Explorer with a code P0430.

Discussion in 'EEC V' started by edk91461, February 22, 2010.


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      I recently had a P0430 code come upon my car. Autozone said it could be the catalytic converter but is it possible that an O2 sensor is bad? Is this going to be expensive?
       
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      How many miles are on the truck? First check for exhaust leaks. Then you may want to check voltage on each O2 sensor...
       

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