Q: Check Engine code for catalytic converter.

asked by on January 07, 2016

The Check Engine light comes on with a code signifying a problem with the catalytic converter.

This can be because the catalytic converter is bad or the sensor is defective. A qualified mechanic would have to scan the vehicle and check for broken up or rattling converter signifying its coming apart inside.

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