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Old 08-26-2014, 11:53 AM   #15
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The codes i got were P0430 and P0304

I also have an axelback on there. It might need to be tuned again. I havent tuned it ever since I bought it this way.
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You need to have them fix the issues, not just reset the codes.
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:24 PM   #17
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DONT trust Gm customer care. All they care about is making you go away. Search my follies with them....MAKE THEM fix the car.
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Old 08-27-2014, 12:17 PM   #18
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The codes i got were P0430 and P0304

I also have an axelback on there. It might need to be tuned again. I havent tuned it ever since I bought it this way.
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do not tune it
the axle back exhaust has NOTHING to do with those problems I guarantee you. Don't give the dealer excuses to send you away, you will regret it when you try to get it fixed after 36,000 miles. the tune will void your warranty, wait until you've got your brand new catalytic converters. P0304 is a misfire code, it could be the spark plug, coil, injector, compression... etc.

You've probably had that misfire a while, which is what damaged your catalytic converter. (The codes are both for BANK 2)

According to alldata one side for the catalytic converters will cost you about $570. That's out of pocket if you don't make them warranty them, and that's not including fixing your misfire.
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