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Gm dignostic code p0455

A friend of mine has a 2005 chevy blazer that had the check engine light on. i own an obd11 code reader, and the code p0455 was displayed. my manual describes this code as an evaporative emissions system gross leak. where do i start looking?

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A little late but check your gas cap first.

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