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Emission system 2007 Mariner, gas cap missing for two days. Gas cap light and emissions light are still on even tho I replaced the gas cap.

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You will continue to get a warning for about 35 starts or until someone clears the onboard computer. Autozone and similar
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SOURCE: Check Engine Light - Code numbers P1486 & P0455

Found on my jeep that the high quality vac line to the evap bottle had split on the under side.

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SOURCE: SATURN EMISSIONS LIGHT

You will have to have the system tested for the code that turned the light on, there are over 100 different trouble codes that turn the light on, below is a link to a listing of all of them.



http://westersgarage.eidnet.org/obd2.doc

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SOURCE: My emission light came on

Bring the Honda to a parts store to have them read stored engine codes to determine what's going on (a free service at most stores). They will plug a hand held scan tool into a diagnostic port under the dash, and 'read' any codes in the cars computer. They can explain what they mean and give advice on what to do. If you have any questions, post them with the code #;s here, we'll help.

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SOURCE: Check Engine Light won't go off

If you have an Advance Auto Parts store where ever you are, they will read the code and tell you exactly what to code is and what it means. Any mechanic who "guesses" isn't a mechanic at all - he's a thief. Emissions leak can be any number of things, but not the gas cap!

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SOURCE: 2007 suzuki sx4 emission control light on. 17000 miles

maybe the sensor is faulty, only having 17k miles on it i'm guessing that is what it is, get it looked at or changed

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The most common problem is a leak in the evap system which vents the fumes in the gas tank to the vapor canister.
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P0455 - Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected Gross Leak (fuel vapors)
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My check engine light came on. Just a couple of days ago the digital display said my gas cap need tightening. I twisted it but did not remove it and then put it back on. I was told that if the gas cap...


yes it could ! this is part of the emission system on todays vehicles. if your sure you do not have a hole in a emission hose. just replace cap, the seal may be bad on cap. then drive it. light should go out if this is the only problem. good-day ! check all lines and hoses in system. remove cap completely and replace it. this may fix problem.

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  • Usually this is because your gas cap was not fully tightened. Be sure to turn it until you hear a click.
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Emission test coe PO455


The missing ABS fuse will not set this code as ABS is not part of the emissions system. This code is caused by a leak in the EVAP system. Replacing the fuel cap is probably the cheapest solution if you're lucky. Very rarely will the cap be bad. You'll need to check the entire EVAP system for leaks, loose connections, bad hoses etc. The main problem that will trip this code is the EVAP control solenoid. If after checking the system you find no bad hoses or other obvious leaks you'll need to replace the EVAP solenoid.

The solenoid is located under the car behind the fuel tank on the rear cross member. It looks like a little black boc with an electrical connector and two hoses coming from it. Good luck.

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Before running out and spending money on this issue be sure the gas cap is in good condition and make sure it's tight. (At least 2 or 3 turns after it begins to click)

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