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I changed a motor in a 2001 Pontiac grand am and I cant figure out where the evap service port line attaches to
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you can go to advance auto and use there scanner for free to clear the code its called an obd2 connection or when you disconnect your battery you can touch your black negative cable to your red positive cable that connects to the battery and it will completley drain everything and reset but warning you if your trying to get the car through emissions your gonna have to drive the car 50 or 100 miles after you disconnect the battery each time..
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
lock smith or someone authorized to use a slimjim[can do more damage if dont know how to use ]--or-- key fob wont work if vehicle battery dead if u can reach up under car at front and release hood latch then jump battery and then use key fob to unlock door
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
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If you want to repair the oil pan I would also check lower engine mount for leaking oil and cracks in anti sway bar near fitting's. This due to engine mount is oil filled. OEM sway bar is made of tubular steel and they crack easy. Replacement sway bar is solid steel. Here's the kicker. When they pull the lower frame to service oil pan. The engine mount and sway bar are attached to that frame. A honest mechanic should only charge for parts ($35 for mount and $100 for sway bar) and maybe a extra hour. My mechanic did all in 5 hours. FYI gasket is only $35 bucks. Good luck
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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Trouble Code: P0446
EVAP Vent System Performance
EVAP vent fresh air hose is clogged, kinked or restricted. EVAP Vent solenoid is contaminated, damaged or has failed. EVAP Canister plugged or severely restricted . Fuel Cap or EVAP Service Port leaking. Fuel vapor lines or purge lines damaged or leaking . FTP sensor is out-of-calibration, damaged or "skewed" . PCM has failed . TSB 61-65-31A contains a repair procedure for this code .Now which one is it.
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