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Check engine ON related with evap sistem corolla 2003

I have a problem with evap sistem. The car is a corolla 2003. The check engine ligt is on. The codes are related with evap sistem. First I need to know how the charcoal is connected with the gas tank and the engine. Pipes conections etc.

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  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Please repost exactly what the codes are, you probably need a vacuum switching valve replaced under the fuel tank; this is a common complaint.


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By the way you are explaining your problem sounds like you have either a bad or no oxygen sencers. Charcoal type substance is what is inside of your cattilitic converter

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