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Blower problem Thanks Pal. Changed the power module assembly aka amplifier, located behind the glove box. Solved the problem. Still looking for a solution for the fuel filling problem. Engine light is back on and fuel keeps splashing back. Takes a long time to fill.

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  • byford Jan 06, 2009

    gas tank slow to fill as well and blowback.
    blower only works on high setting.



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I am going to take an educated guess and say, that your "check engine light" is for the EVAP system, codes like P1448 (vent control valve) is stuck shut not allowing the vapors to escape while you are filling up, shutting the pump off. Let me know what the code number is and we will take it from there.

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