Started by Anonymous, May 16, 2006, 16:01
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Quote from: "demsdad"The Pre Cats are out drove home and have had no problem! Great result and weight off my daughter's shoulders. Now she can drive without the Pre Cats in the back of her mind. For anybody in the Maidstone area (or further afield) PM me and I'll give you the details of the gentleman who did it all for £50 incl the gasket.To everybody who kindly offered advice thanks a lot.
Quote from: "Cadde"I had a pre-cat failure about two weeks ago, a couple of days after the repair I started to notice a notice from the engine when accelerating. I have been checking the oil level to see if it's burning up witch is normal, and pressure tested the engine, all fine. Checked all exhaust brackets etc, again all fine. Can anyone help?
Quote from: "thien_le"Do the pre-cats HAVE to be removed??The 2002 MR2 I'm soon buying still has its pre-cats intact.Help much appreciated. =]
Quote from: "Liz"Quote from: "thien_le"Do the pre-cats HAVE to be removed??The 2002 MR2 I'm soon buying still has its pre-cats intact.Help much appreciated. =]They don't have to, obviously that is your decision - but I think if you read this thread as a whole you should come out with the conclusion that it would be prudent to do so.
Quote from: "Puerco"Is the pre-cat system fitted to ALL MR2 Mk3 models?
Quote from: "nelix"DO NOT keep this car under any circumstances.
Quote from: \"DannyN\"There are 10 types of people in the world,Those who understand Binary and those that don\'t...
Quote from: "sarahlr3"oh Im dissapointed now I dont want to give it up now I have it! But I know what you're saying it makes sense. Thanks