Question about 1994 Buick LeSabre
Probable causes defective or loose fuel cap,evap canister or hose cracked-not connected,purge or vent selenoid defective,vacum leak at engine.Every thing appears to be ok. check all hoses and connection,replaced fuel cap,What is the next thing that would you sugest checking? I wonder about the purge or vent solenoid. Is the purge or vent selenoid the same or two differnt components?
Change the evap vent solenoid canister located near the master cylinder on the right side of the engine or your hoses may be cracked. Good luck!
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