Question about 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Replaced the back catilatic converter, engine light still on. Then was told it was the sensors, had dealer ck it out and said it was the catilatic converter and to take it back to previous place. found out there are 2 cats and now told it is the front cat and manifold is cracked. I dont want to spend more money unless I know what it is and dont want to replace everything trying
Posted by Anonymous on
I experienced the same. Rather than replace costly cats I tried to change gas to highest octane - and voila! - all lamps get off.
Posted on Aug 29, 2017
The Cat code could have cleared itself if the computer doesn't detect a problem anymore. Fix the EGR problem as it is still active.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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