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check all fluid levels including the radiator at the cap. Run the fault codes and find out what put the light on. It is there to advise you that continued running may result in serious engine/ transmission damage so check it out asap.
you can diconnect the positive battery cable for 30 secs. or take it to autozone they can reset it for free. try waiting a day or two the engine must go through so many cycles without any problems before the light will go out. If it doesnt go out there is still a problem. More than likely if you changed catalitic converters and the light stays on it probaly has a bad O2 sensor.
vsc shuts down any time check engine light comes on. repair engine light problem, reset computer monitoring system and vsc light will go off. must scan computer to pull codes for check engine light and go from there.
YOU MUST GET THE COMPUTER CODES FIRST TO SEE WHAT THE AREA TOO LOOK FOR COULD BE SIMPLE LIKE A VACUME HOSE/ INTAKE LEAK/ BAD MASS AIR METER . LOTS OF STUFF GO TO PARTS HOUSE MOST OF THEM OFFER FREE SCANS THEN REPOST YOUR CODES THEN WE CAN HELP
You will need to have engine codes pulled from vehicles computer and perform repair, before the light will go off.
Any diagnostic repair shop should be sufficient to help you. A place that specializes in engine diagnostics and engine repair.