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Is vapor canister on 2011 Kia Sedona covered under warranty?

Vapor conister is cracked. Is it covered under warranty?

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Are you referring to the two part epoxy? I have used that to repair gas tanks of lawn mowers and it worked fine.
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SOURCE: 2006 Kia Sedona code p0441 faulty purge control solenoid faulty vent solenoid blocked vapor canister where are they located?

Anytime you start getting evap purge solenoid canister issues the first thing you need to check is your gas cap. The evap purge system is designed to build or release vapor pressure inside the gas tank. As to answer their location the first place to always look is under the vehicle on the frame near the fuel tank. They are also normally plastic and have a square or rectangle shape to them. To be honest they have absolutely no mechanical or performance function to them. But check and make sure your gas cap is tight first. Have you ran over anything with this vehicle lately, because that's really the only way to hurt the evap system. Hope this helps. I'll watch your question to see if I have helped you.

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