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    Been Around the Block 98XJ06LJ's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snboarder113 View Post
    I think you’re messing with us now.

    If the cat was clogged, you for sure would have at least an o2 sensor code. A clogged cat will put back pressure on the engine and stop it from being able to rev, not shift.

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    Also does not explain the supposed reverse shift issue.

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    Nothing but a Thing Clifford33's Avatar
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    Yes I know. So my father n law was helping our neighbor with his Jeep and so I wasn’t the one to do much just hung out with them as they were using the diagnostic computer to see what was wrong. He ended up taking the cat off replace it with a new one an tat some how fixed his problem. Doesn’t sound relevant to the problem he had. But I’m just getting info from my father n law ahaha.

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