Question about 2006 Chrysler Pacifica
How do i fix this and where do i start
I believe your code is a either an evap gross leak or small leak. Most Chrysler products had problems with the fuel vapor lines from the engine compartment to the tank leaking fumes. Usually at the ends of the lines where they are rubber rather than plastic. If you live in the northeast I have seen the filler neck tubes rust and become porous creating a small leak. Check the lines near the fuel tank first. Unfortunately these leaks are not always obvious and you will have to find a shop that has a smoke leak detector. There are other parts such as evap switches and solenoids that may not be functioning and may vent the system prematurely. Then there is the fuel cap. If the seal on it or the filler neck tube are damaged it will allow fuel vapors to escape into the atmosphere. Sorry there is no definitive answer but now you have an idea where to look.
Posted on Jan 12, 2013
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