Engine is Cold Too Long
Engine coolant temperature remains below normal operating temperatures during vehicle travel (Thermostat).
Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected (large leak)
A large leak has been detected in the evaporative system. See TSB 25-001-02
Also, possible faulty or loose gas cap. Note: The respective
Powertrain Diagnostic Procedures Manual will direct the technician to
determine if the vehicle evaporative system has an external system leak.
Examples of some external system leaks are: a loose gas cap, a
disconnected evaporative system hose, or a loose hose connection.
Remember that the evaporative system may also have an internal system
leak. This internal leak may be caused by an intermittent or permanently
stuck open Duty Cycle Purge (DCP) valve. This leak source is considered
to be internal because any escaping emissions enter into the engine
system and not directly into the atmosphere, unlike an external leak. An
internal leak may cause one of the above DTC?s. Possible causes of a
stuck open (intermittent or permanent) DCP valve are: 1. Corrosion due
to system moisture or possible water intrusion into the system.
P0455 usually a loose/faulty gas cap or cracked or broken hose to the EVAP canister or purge valve.
P1281 The engine coolant temp is too low probably a bad thermostat.
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