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What was the weather like. I'm in Arizona, and I see huge performance decreases in the hot weather (according to my g-tech, when it is really hot out I can lose approximately 5 tenths of a second in my zero to sixty).

here, up north in montreal canada,today it was a cool day about 22 celcius

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What Is the error code for the check engine light?

it s the o2 sensor,but wich one ,i dont know ? there is four of them i think. the code for it ,i dont know,its the privious owner that did the diagnostics.

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If you still have a "check engine" light I believe Autozone will read out the codes for you for free.

What appeared to be O2 sensors in my car ended up being CAT converter with a big loss of power at the top end.

there s no ratle,the car response is good at all rpm range,the variocames kick s, it look like a 996 tiptronic in good shape run s arond 14.2 sec for 1/4 mile. so im not that far.

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