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SOURCE: faulty ccv vent control solenoid

this is canister control valve for the evap system the repair is replacement and then clearing the code its location is on the back of the airfilter container one plug and a hose and your done good luck and please rate this

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Depending on what the actual trouble code is, you would start by testing the component and the circuit back to the computer.
And yes you would need to erase the code once the problem is fixed.

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My Camry idles low, feels like its going to die


you should check the wires and the plug on thje ccv vent control solenoid, if they look good replace the solenoid, get the catalytic converter checked at a shop, a clogged cat can cause some of the other codes.

Sep 16, 2012 | 2002 Toyota Camry

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CODE PO441 DODGE INTRAPID 2002 EREPAIR


Here is the definition of the code.
Possible causes are a defective gas cap or a leak in the vent system.

P0441 DODGE Description The vapor pressure sensor, Voltage Solenoide Valve (VSV) for EVAP, Voltage Solenoide Valve (VSV) for canister closed valve (CCV) and Valve Solenoide Valve (VSV) for pressure switching valve are used to detect abnormalities in the evaporative emission control system. The ECM decides whether there is an abnormality in the evaporative emission control system based on the vapor pressure sensor signal. Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0441 is recorded by the ECM when there is a malfunction in either the VSV for EVAP, the VSV for pressure switching valve, or in the vapor pressure sensor itself, or when evaporative emissions leak from the components within the dotted line in Fig. 1 below.

The ECM closes the CCV and opens the VSV for pressure switching valve causing vacuum to increase in the entire EVAP system. The ECM continues to operate the VSV for EVAP until the vacuum is increased to a specified point at which time the ECM closes the VSV for EVAP. If the vacuum did not increase, or if the vacuum increased beyond the specified limit, the ECM judges the VSV for EVAP and related components to be faulty.
Read more: http://engine-codes.com/p0441_dodge.html#ixzz242qD9pXO

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2004 hyundai santa fe will not start without pumping the gas pedal after a gas fill-up. research on the internet points to a vent valve. how do i replace it?


The evaporative emissions system consists of 5 major components
1. Charcoal Canister
2. Canister Close Valve (CCV)
3. Purge Control Solenoid Valve (PCSV)
4. Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor (or differential pressure sensor) (FTPS)
5. Canister Air Filter & Fuel Filler Cap

If you haven't done it already, you should have a qualified Hyundai Service Technician properly diagnose this problem. My experience tells me you have a Purge Control Solenoid Valve (PCSV) that is sticking open and is applying constant engine vacuum to the charcoal canister (which was just freshly saturated with gasoline/fuel vapors when you refueled the vehicle).

You can Go to www.hmaservice.com and register your vehicle by VIN #.. you'll then have access to wiring diagrams, shop manuals, service bulletins, illustrations and procedures, etc.

Sep 01, 2011 | 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe

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My 2004 Mazda 3 GT 2.3L is getting a P0446 DTC and is burning through a tank of gas in about 2-3 days depending on the amount of driving being done. My Mazda dealer believes that it may be the fuel pump,...


P0446- Evaporative Emissions Control System Vent Control Circuit Malfunction

Possible Causes:
- Missing Fuel cap
- Incorrect fuel filler cap used
- Fuel filler cap remains open or fails to close
- Foreign matter caught in fuel filler cap
- Incorrect fuel tank vacuum relief valve

Code is detected when VSV for pressure switching valve is ON, ECM judges that there is no continuity between vapor pressure sensor, fuel tank and charcoal canister (2 trip detection logic)

The vapor pressure sensor, Voltage Solenoide Valve (VSV) for EVAP, Voltage Solenoide Valve (VSV) for canister closed valve (CCV) and Valve Solenoide Valve (VSV) for pressure switching valve are used to detect abnormalities in the evaporative emission control system.

The ECM decides whether there is an abnormality in the evaporative emission control system based on the vapor pressure sensor signal.

Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0446 is recorded by the ECM when there is a malfunction in either the VSV for EVAP, the VSV for pressure switching valve, or in the vapor pressure sensor itself, or when evaporative emissions leak from the components within the dotted line in Fig. 1 below.
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The ECM closes the CCV and opens the VSV for pressure switching valve causing vacuum to increase in the entire EVAP system.

The ECM continues to operate the VSV for EVAP until the vacuum is increased to a specified point at which time the ECM closes the VSV for EVAP.

If the vacuum did not increase, or if the vacuum increased beyond the specified limit, the ECM judges the VSV for EVAP and related components to be faulty.

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Where do I find the turbo charger in the engine and locate the VW serial number so I can buy a direct replacement?


First time remove the engine cover

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Then you will see the engine

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A - Airflow ducting
B - Integrated EGR/ASV valve
C - Crankcase vent tube (CCV)
D - Timing Belt cover
E - VNT actuator - part of turbocharger
F - Engine Oil Fill cap
G -Turbocharger control unit
H - Alternator
I - N75 / turbocharger boost pressure control valve
J - Mass Air Meter
K - Fuel Filter
L - Power steering fluid reservoir
M - Screen Washer Fluid
N - Coolant Expansion Tank
O - ABS stuff
P - Ducting to Intercooler
Q - part of CCV piping connector
R - N75 / Turbo Pressure Control solenoid
S - vacuum reservoir ball
T - FLex couplling for Exhaust system
U - Hot side of Turbo: flex pipe
V - Air throttle actuator
W - Pipe for EGR


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Yellow arrow shows the turbocharger

The VW serial number is located on the front of the turbocharger

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What Is A CCV Vent And Where Is It Located?


this is the charcoal canister vent solenoid located under the car at the rear above the cross member.

May 04, 2011 | 1999 Toyota Camry

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Engine check light code p0447 on 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe


The code you cite, P0447 - Evap. Emission Ctrl. System - Vent Circuit Open
This vent circuit is call the CCV (Canister Close Valve). This valve normally stays 'OPEN' to allow outside air flow through the charcoal canister, which absorbs fuel vapors when you put gas in the tank, then the engine vacuum pulls air through it to recollect the fuel vapors and burn them in the cylinder combustion process.

There is a two-pin connector connector plugged into/connected to the CCV. Perhaps it somehow disconnected itself or some foreign object damage the wire harness breaking the connection (circuit 'open' condition), which would set this code. Another possibility is the CCV coil (Solenoid) has an open coil/contacts in it. Regardless, before you start throwing money after parts, have it properly diagnosed first. The problem may simply be a loose/oxidized connection/contact between the CCV and the ECU.

Hope this helps.

Nov 21, 2010 | 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Faulty ccv vent control solenoid . check engine light stays on. how do i fix this problem.


this is canister control valve for the evap system the repair is replacement and then clearing the code its location is on the back of the airfilter container one plug and a hose and your done good luck and please rate this

May 03, 2010 | 2003 Toyota Sienna

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Check engine light came on my 2002 Rav 4. Auto Zone diagnostic code PO446. How should I fix?


Chances are, it's going to be either 1 of the 3 switches that need replacing, a new gas cap or a new charcoal canister. The 2 switches under the hood are the VSV for CCV and VSV for EVAP. The one at the canister itself is the VSV for VSP. This VSV for VSP typically goes bad before the other 2 switches do. Plus, the switches are much cheaper than a new canister. (BTW, VSV stands for vehicle switching valve.)

PO446 is an evap canister code

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