Light was intermittently going on and off but is now on all the time. What does a shop do to determine: a) if the converter is failed; b) which converter (front or rear) is failed; c) what precipitated the failure? Is this something any good shop can do or is a specialist required?
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2000 Mazda 626 Question: Check Engine light--diagnostic code says "Catalytic Converter"
Answer #1BroadwayAuto from Broadway Auto Body & Repair LLC, August 16, 2010, 07:45Journeyman
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