Q: The Check Engine Light came up with the code P2017, what do I need to replace?

asked by on November 10, 2016

KIA Dealer tells my wife she needs to replace VCM Motor due to a faulty VCM Actuator motor, cost $408.00 But in reading in here, I dont even see a "VCM Motor" mentioned. What do we do?

My car has 67000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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