Question about GMC Sonoma
Is it a 4 cylinder . there is none I have a sonoma 4 cylinder and I could not find one
Posted on Jan 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is with a 2 wire Black connect located next to the throttle body. Locate the green cap on the evap hose and follow it to the throttle body and that is the purge valve.
Posted on May 17, 2009
The purge control is to allow the engine to **** gas vapors out of the charcoal canister that vents the gas tank. It will be in the engine compartment, and you should be able to see the canister as a cylinder about 4 inches in diameter and maybe 8 inches high. Follow the tubing to a valve that goes to the intake manifold. The valve should shut off at idle, but open at higher speeds. There is also a diagram in the engine compartment that shows where it is.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
Hello! Here is the diagram you requested...#5 is the Pressure Control Valve (Purge Valve)...
(1)Throttle Body (2)EVAP Solenoid Valve (3)EVAP Vacuum Switch (4)EVAP Canister (5)EVAP Pressure Control Valve (6)Floating Roll-Over Valve (7)Fuel Tank
Posted on Jan 01, 2012
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