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    jon burkart
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    So My wife had her 2004 element parked at Xavier last week for a couple of days visiting our daughter. Dead battery and when AAA started the car the look on their faces when it started. So I read a few post on replacements here. I’m in KY so no testing required. Do I do the Amazon special or go for the big bucks unit? New to the site so don’t keyboard me on asking a repeat question please. I’m on several vintage motorcycle groups and I hate generic repair questions as well.
    Jon

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    Dave Tidman
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    Lots of things to consider. Since there is no testing where you live, it really depends on what you can put up with. You could end up with a catalyst code with a cheap converter, but if you can live with the check engine light on go for it.

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    jon burkart
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    Rather than a Amazon special $145 I went to Ryan muffler in Florence and also purchased new sensors. They had to weld on a bolt on flange one end. $350 installed and the sensors I bought. 5 guys in the waiting area and 3 of them were in for the same thing. Such a shame.
    Check engine light cleared at muffler shop. Noticed light was back on later that day after wife was driving. Getting codes later today to see what pops up.

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