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What makes a vehicle "Flex Fuel" ?
I have a 2000 Ranger that is one. Is it the two extra cats in the Y pipe?
I have a broken weld where the Y pipe meets the cat flange, and was wondering if I could replace it with a different Y pipe for NY standards.
__________________ Frank I live in my own little world,but it's OK, they know me here.
Chances are,If you bought it, A truck brought it.
Frank, you have to go through the sniffer down there. And technically, what came on the truck has to stay on the truck - no deviation from OEM. That was snuck on the books probably before you were born ( LOL) but,not really enforced. The OBD 2 would probably pick up the missing cats. Is there an O2 sensor there? If so I think your stuck with it. If not, you could take a chance but, the sniffers might pick it up. Darned if you do, darned if you don't.
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