Joined: Oct 2004
Location: Long Beach, CA
Originally Posted by jadcock
The exhaust resinator would not cause a check engine light, but my his description ("front pipe"), it's probably not the resinator. The resinator is usually in the very rear section of the tailpipe, if your vehicle has one. I would suspect that the catalytic converter may be the problem, or something like an oxygen sensor. Either way, I wouldn't expect a problem on a vehicle only 2 years old. What was the actual OBD-II code? There should probably be a P and then a 4 digit number, like P1234. If you can get this code, we can tell you what it is, or you can even look it up on the Internet.
Originally Posted by graystucco
thank you very much. I will call the dealer tomorrow and see if I can get this code from them.
Originally Posted by spec240sx
There is a TSB on the CD changer heating up.
The TSB for the Ox Sensor is on the 2nd cat.
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