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    Hi guyz,
    Can anybody guide me from where I can get my premio's catalyic cleaned in Lahore. It seems to choked.

    Awaiting response based on your experience...

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    Easiest solution would be to remove and sell it. Or if you're so concerned about the environment and want your kids to see a green future then get it cleaned by expert ustaaads .

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    What engine does your Premio have? Have you tried to consult someone about checking for any diagnostic codes with the Toyota Intelligent Tester 2? I would definitely check your EGR Valve and make sure to get it cleaned out. I would also try to clean the EGR Passages as well, and see if that makes a difference. Yes, a Catalytic Converter contains precious metals like Platinum and Palladium, but honestly as a Chemist myself, if you really want to flush it out, I would try something less reactive than acids.

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