I'm hoping someone can give me their thoughts about a recent situation with my 04 Chrysler Pacifica (currently has 140,000 miles on the odometer). While in Auburn recently, my temperature light came on and the gauge showed the car was running very hot. I pulled over to the side of the road, popped the hood, but saw no steam, water, or fluid spewing under the hood or leaking under the vehicle. I immediately took it to the dealership in Auburn where I purchased the vehicle from 3 years ago to have it checked out. The following day the service advisor called me to inform me I needed a new water pump along with replacing the fan belts. After paying for the repairs and picking up my car a couple of days later, the check engine light came on during my drive home from the dealership. I took the vehicle back the next day to have it checked out and inquire why the engine light (which has never came on before) all of a sudden is now coming on immediately after they replaced my water pump and belts. The service advisor couldn't explain why but after running diagnostic tests, they now tell me I have a possible exhaust system leak or cat converter problem. Help! It's hard for me not to feel shafted when I just paid almost $1,000 for repairs, and now they're telling me about a new problem they didn't detect prior. What bothers me the most is that the check engine light has never come on... until this dealership worked on my vehicle. Does anyone have any thoughts about what, if any, action I can take... other than just taking their word for it and paying them more money for additional repairs? Thanks!