Question about Cars & Trucks
What kind of help were they?
Did they check all fuses?
Take to a repair shop & get
it properly diagnosed & repaired
Google the Codes you got at auto zone,
to see the system with the fault
Posted on Aug 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Chances are, it's going to be either 1 of the 3 switches that need
replacing, a new gas cap or a new charcoal canister. The 2 switches
under the hood are the VSV for CCV and VSV for EVAP. The one at the
canister itself is the VSV for VSP. This VSV for VSP typically goes bad
before the other 2 switches do. Plus, the switches are much cheaper
than a new canister. (BTW, VSV stands for vehicle switching valve.)
PO446 is an evap canister code
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
Testimonial: "Very good- a little too complex for me to fix unless a part can be replaced. Can the repair be simplified?"
Ask your mechanic to please verify that he has the cam set in exactly the right position, and that the wires connecting it are still in good shape. The "misfire" could be that the computer is seeing the fuel-air explosion, and thinks it is at the wrong time due to the sensor being off.
Posted on Jul 21, 2011
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