I was told by the dealer that because my engine light is on I need the acuator changed. I have a bad catalytic converter, that would not affect the engine light?

Asked by Aug 03, 2015 at 06:49 PM about the 2008 Pontiac G6 Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

how do you turn off the engine light for g6 2008 pontiac.  I have a warranty for a bad
catalytic converter that will be repaired.  I was told that I need an acuator, to turn off the
engine light.

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replace the cat and let us know if that light goes out...

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If the cat warranty is from the same place that told you you needed an "acuator" also replaced, I would not go back to them after they change the cat. "Kelly" is right. Change the cat and see if that kills the light for you before doing anything else.

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thanks that is what I had planned to do.

25,465

ahh, a new friend..taver91... that makes 3.

25,465

wonder if ...hummm ,ill wait.. but what was /is /code...also charcoal canister..

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