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Failed NJ inspection codes 442 & 455

I have an '02 Chrysler Sebring tha failed NJ inspection codes 442 & 455? How can this be fixed?

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SOURCE: Codes PO 442, 449 and 455

Check all vacuum lines from the gas tank to the evaporative charcoal cannister by the gas tank and to the purge valve located at the engine. Check the electrical connector at the vent solenoid which should be located on the charcoal cannister and purge valve solenoid by the intake manifold.

Posted on Jun 10, 2009

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SOURCE: OBD codes 442 & 455

Check all of your EVAP lines and the charcoal canister. Also check the lines and overflow line from the gas cap to the gas tank.

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Engine codes for 2001 Chrysler Sebring P0442 455 and 1685

PO442 means you have a small leak in your EVAP system. Most common cause is a bad gas cap, replace the gas cap with a factory gas cap,after market fail or does not conform to the OEM EVAP system. Other cause would be small leaks in the EVAP vacuum lines. P0445 is also related to the EVAP system and has detected a large leak in the system. Start with the gas cap as mentioned above. P1685 Is an issue with the ignition not recognizing the ignition keys and the car's ignition immobilizer my activate leaving the car not being able to start. That's going to have to be a Dealer repair. Good luck and hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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SOURCE: code 442 cleared it now code 455 whats up

there is a leak within the evap solenoid and lines.find the leak with a smoke tester.

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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SOURCE: where is bank 1 02 sensor on a 2002 chrysler

its the on cylinder 1 manifold. closest 2 the passenger side firewall rite bhind the cubbyhole

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Code 1684 is battery disconnect or loss of power to the PCM.
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What does PO 455 code mean on a 2002 Chrysler Sebring?


Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0455 "EVAP LEAK MONITOR LARGE LEAK DETECTED"

This simply means that your Evaporative Emissions Leak Detector monitor has detected a large leak in your Evaporative Emissions (EVAP) system.

It is common for this code to set if you refuel your vehicle with the engine running, forget to put the fuel cap back on after refueling, or do not properly install or tighten the fuel cap after refueling. In these cases, it can be fixed by simply installing the cap properly and clearing the code. Also, make sure your engine is turned off when refueling so it dos not happen again.

If none of the above is the cause of this code, then you either have a large leak in one of the hoses, connections, or the fuel tank itself, or the EVAP leak detection pump is defective.

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A code P0601 in most cases means the PCM has gone bad. This is possibly due to a short-circuit inside the PCM. Or, if you disconnect the wires/connector from the PCM while the battery is still connected, that may also cause this code.
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With a P0601 OBD-II trouble code, the most common fix is to replace and reprogram the PCM. In a few cases the dealer may be able to reflash the PCM and get it working. But more than likely the PCM will need to be replaced and reprogrammed (we recommend you take it to a dealership for this). The good news is it *may* be covered under your emmissions warranty. So even if you're out of bumper-to-bumper warranty or powertrain warranty, check your warranty guide or dealer to see if this is covered.

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Evap Codes.You got the codes. Leaks. Now check the entire system. May be a cracked or loose hose. If not,check valves,switches.solenoids. If nothing you can find or are familiar with on site,you will need professional help and possibly a pressure test,vacuum test, smoke test etc,to find the problem.

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there is a leak within the evap solenoid and lines.find the leak with a smoke tester.

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PO442 means you have a small leak in your EVAP system. Most common cause is a bad gas cap, replace the gas cap with a factory gas cap,after market fail or does not conform to the OEM EVAP system. Other cause would be small leaks in the EVAP vacuum lines. P0445 is also related to the EVAP system and has detected a large leak in the system. Start with the gas cap as mentioned above. P1685 Is an issue with the ignition not recognizing the ignition keys and the car's ignition immobilizer my activate leaving the car not being able to start. That's going to have to be a Dealer repair. Good luck and hope this helps.

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Check all of your EVAP lines and the charcoal canister. Also check the lines and overflow line from the gas cap to the gas tank.

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442 evap small leak 455 evap large leak

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