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2003 Honda Civic p0441 code

Check engine light came on they gave me code p0441 possible problems 1 loose gas cap (which is not the problem because I changed that already) 2 failed purge solenoid 3 failed vent solenoid and 4 something about evap canister. I also smell gas coming from the outside rear end of my car (near the gas tank). Please help also losing mpgs

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I would take it to the dealership so they can put it on their computers they have a fix it.

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You may have real problem or simple problem such as loose gas cap.
But be real careful before DISCONNECTING the batteries.
Most vehicles from 1996 and newer have a stay alive memory built-in to the computer system. When you disconnect the battery from the vehicle to reset the check engine light. The computer will be able to hold the memory and the code for several minutes and in some cases several hours.
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I have a 1997 honda civic that came up with a OBD code of PO441 after the engine light came on. do you know what the code is and what is wrong. Thank's


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My malfunction indication light is on in my Honda Civic. What can be the problem. I don't believe it is the gas cap. I am getting a diagnostic.


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First thing he came up with was that the catalytic converter was cracked. We checked mines, and lo and behold, that's what it was.

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