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I recently purchased a 2000 Honda Passport 3.2 liter that had the timing belt replaced, however the timing was not correct, so I took it apart and re-set the timing, the right bank was not firing and still is not firing, the catalytic converters were plugged and I took them off and replaced them as well, the right bank is getting spark as well as fuel and has compression ranging from 170 to 180 psi. I would like to know if there may be an exhaust problem from where parts of the inside of the old catalytic converters may of gotten into the muffler and is restricting the exhaust and sending false readings to the o2 sensors and causing the right bank to not run?

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