Question about Chevrolet Cavalier
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: location of Charcol Canister and
The evaporative emission canister purge solenoid valve is a duty control type, which controls the flow of purge air from the evaporative emission canister.
Inspection 1. Look for loose connections, sharp bends or damage to the fuel vapor lines. 2. Look for distortion, cracks or fuel leakage. 3. After removing the EVAP canister, inspect for cracks or damage.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
SOURCE: 1996 Toyota Previa code p0441
P0441 is Evap Emission Incorrect Purge Flow; the repair you are describing is easy, and should correct the P0441 restricition...I would anticipate no large problems.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
in my experience the usual culprit is the evap cannister. the problem is it gets moisture in it and freezes during winter thus cracking the plastic. if you lay under the car and look at the evap box it black plastic and if you see a loose or cracked hose or the box itself is cracked that is most likely it. as a side note you can check the gas cap and buy a new one to see if that rectifies the situation. lastly i don't think the gas tank should be suspect as you would probably notice if gas was leaking out of the tank. if you take the car to a dealer or shop they can do a smoke test and determine where the leak is.
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
You are on the right track, you replaced the vent valve and replaced the vsv valve in the engine compartment that should of solved the problem as long as the correct valves were replaced, i would check for a leak in a hose for the evap system, a smoke test would be a good way, the canister may not be the problem but the valves on the canister, there are a few vsv valves on the canister and also the pressure sensor, the switching valve is very common also, there are so many valves thats why the dealer replacing the canister as an asm, hope this helps also make sure gas cap is good.
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
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