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I have a 2014 Chevy Malibu 2LT. My Check Engine Light came on and my scanner is showing a P16CF. After a little research, it seems most people are replacing the Rocker Arm Oil Control Valve. I wanted a further diagnosis of the problem and had hopes maybe it was covered under the Special Coverage for the Rocker Arm Oil Control Valve.

Bringing it into the dealership, they found the same code, so they determined it wasn't part of the special coverage.

However, the tech's notes on my invoice said this:
scanned data p16cf store checked intake rocker arm solenoid valve circuits ok
needs solenoid
My question is, which part do I need to replace then? Do I need the Rocker Arm Oil Control Valve or do I need to replace the Intake Solenoid or the Exhaust Solenoid ??

Thank you for any help you can give.
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