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Old 10-18-2018, 12:35 PM   #3
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2002 L-Series 2.2L Sedan
Default Re: 2002 L200 Sedan Diverter Valve Melted, Exhaust Issue?

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Originally Posted by 02 LW300 View Post
Sounds like you have too much restriction in your exhaust system. Usually a plugged catalytic converter is the problem, converters are killed by engines that burn oil. You have to solve the reason or replacing the converter is a temporary repair.


Thanks for the reply & I believe youíre absolutely right about the exhaust. Iím ordering the catalytic converter along with something else I know I need for another issue. And thanks for the info about the oil, I actually forgot I have a problem with the oil pan with everything else Iíve been dealing with. In your opinion, can a leaky oil pan cause the oil to burn?

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