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  1. thanks guys for the response. I'll ask the dealer about that federal emissions warranty law. But will try switching the o2 sensors to see if that is the problem first. Bao
  2. Hello! I'm fairly new to renntech.org. I usually use this site to get most of my information on my 2002 996. Well, my car has a K&N intake, rss plenum, and evoms exhaust. When i first installed the K&N, i would get a CEL every-so-often. However, this time it's giving me a P0420 fault code. This was not the same code that was popping up before (i don't think). I checked under the OBDII section on what this means: P0420 Catalytic Converter Conversion Too Low (Cylinders 1 - 3) What does this imply? Is my Catalytic converter bad? Or do i need to change the spark plugs?
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