My problem is that the vehicle has dual catalytic converters and has been at several different dealerships after the check engine light comes on to see what the problem is - the code that I'm always told is that there seems to be an issue with the catalyic converters - the dealerships were all surprised to find out the vehicle has dual converters. So far both converters have been replaced several times, the O2 sensors have been replaced and Chrysler has opened what they call Stars Cases on my vehicle. The last time the engine light came on the dealership had the car for more than 3 weeks before they were told by Chrysler to replace the PCM - in going through my repair paperwork I see the PCM mentioned all the way back to Sept 2005. When I picked the car up this last time I noticed that I didn't have use of the speedometer or the odometer, turned around and went back to the dealer and was told they hadn't programmed the new PCM.
My question to all of you experts is how can I tell if either Chrysler told the dealership to or the dealership programmed the unit to NOT have the check engine light come on?
have the same problem?
Wednesday, February 21st, 2007 AT 11:00 AM