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Mazdaspeed exhaust no cat converter engine light up please help
I am new to all of this and am working my way up...i have a 2004 mazdaspeed rx8 and my engine light came up. when i took it to the dealership they inspected the car and found out that it didnt have a cat converter and thus not having an o2 sensor. my car is equipped with a mazdaspeed air intake and mazdaspeed exhaust system. my question is that is it bad for my car not to have a cat converter nor a o2 sensor? if what should i do to get rid of the engine light because thats the only problem my rx8 has. everything else is perfectly fine----just this....please help!!
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omg dude ******* read retard...am not in expert at this dumass; if i were to be then i wouldnt be asking dipshit. all i wanted is some help on my car and am a beginner. just **** off if ur not willing to help
Running without a cat will not have any negative affects on your car. As long as the CEL only pops a code for that you will not need to worry. You will not be able to pass a state inspection without a cat though. Take some time to search and all your questions will be answered.
why would you run without o2 sensor?
I feel sorry for most rx8s nowadays, poor cars..
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