Codester Posted December 15, 2016 Share Posted December 15, 2016 2000 Subaru Legacy L Wagon, 120k miles Went to the mechanic to diagnose the check engine light and they are saying that the catalytic converter needs to be replaced.. apparently it actually has two catalytic converters and 5 O2 sensors, and they estimated the total cost to be $3000.. That's quite a bit more than the actual value of the car itself and seems unimaginable to spend. I do live in Alaska, but still... this is the place we go to: http://aatheshop.com/ I've heard advice of just replacing the o2 sensors (they say is over $1000 in parts and labor).. I've heard advice of cutting the CC out and putting in a straight pipe.. What is the risk I run if I don't do anything at all? Thanks for the advice Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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