2006 Dodge Magnum Repair Question
Asked on February 7, 2013
Dodge Magnum Engine Problem
My check engine light went on and it was diagnosed with catalytic converter failure. I was told that this will be covered under the 8 year 80,000 mile warranty. Then they said that it failed because of something wrong with then engine. I have yet to have them check this out and figure out the engine problem, but is it possible that there is an engine problem a result of the cat. converter failure? If so, shouldn't the engine repair be covered under the cat. converter warranty since the cause was the converter failure to begin with?
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Replied on February 7, 2013
If the cat failed due to an engine problem it was probabaly a bad oxygen sensor. The warranty generally covers cats that rust out internally and fall in on themselves. you can whack it with a rubber mallet or your hand and see if it sounds like there is loose material in it. Then the warranty should cover it.