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Obd link problems

97 Dodge Intrepid went to emissions test failed by OBD connector iintegrity. It says malfunctioning indicator light...no voltage. Where should I look to solve this issue? I am thinking fuses first.

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First thing to do is if you have NEVER owned that car for the life of the car, is go to autozone or someplace like that and have them scan it for codes, they do that for free. Then if there are codes present, the light should be on. If the light is not on, either the bulb is out OR someone cut the wires to it. IF you cannot find any cut wires (and this could be interesting to locate but if it was cut, it should be easy) Then you can turn your attention to the computer that controls that light.

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SOURCE: Chrysler intrepid 2003 obd 2 code P0441

Most common problem causing this code is the purge solenoid. A quick smoke test will show if you have any leaks in the system. If no leaks and the fuel cap is installed properly it's the purge solenoid.

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