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The light will go off, if the problem was fixed. Gas caps don't cause a large leak. Unless you put fuel in it with the car running. Large leaks are usually the vent solenoid stuck open, a break in the line or charcoal canister.
yes and also your powersteering has no pump or fluid its electric assist under the dash so that is a electric connection problem.. Check your ground on your engine and battery for good connections. look for any straps from engine to frame also.. If the ignition switch is bad it too can be cutting power to the powersteering unit just a thought
Run your truck by Auto Zone have thim reset the light. Befor you start your truck click the gas cap 3 times. If the light returnes then it is most likely the gas cap ring went bad and will need to be replaced.
there is a large evaporative leak. keep away form ottozoo, they dont have the brain power to actually diagnose a light bulb., their job is to sell parts., if they sell you the wrong parts tough.Take it to a qualified repair shop that does a lot of GM work or the dealer.
Could be a problem with the wheel hub. Had the same problem on a Grand Am. Don't know about the HHR. I had to replace the hub. The vibration from the bad hub causes the ABS sensor to trip. When the ABS light is on, it turns the T/C off.
I have had the same problem recently. I did some searching on the internet and came up with nothing. I went out to my car and decided to take a look at the gas cap. I noticed that after turning it and hearing the clicks that are supposed to tell you it is tight, the cap came off again with no effort at all. I brought the gas cap to Advance Auto Parts and I found out that the spring mechanism inside the top of the gas cap was worn from use. This was causing the vapors to leak out inturn causing the check engine light to come on. I bought a replacement STANT gas cap (specifically for the 2006 Suzuki Forenza) for $9 and the light has been off for the past two weeks. The dealer wanted $80 to diagnose the problem and then another $30 if they needed to order a gas cap. So, I decided $9 was better to waste then $110 trying to figure out the problem. I hope this helps.