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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Could be the gas cap. Do you fill the tank with the engine running?
Otherwise, check the hoses near the Evap canister. I have 2003 T&C and had the small leak and large leak codes. I looked at the evap cansiter and the hose coming from the fuel tank vapor line had a huge crack in it, to the point it had fallen off the evap caniser. I trimmed the end of the hose and reconnected and voila, no codes.
The evap canister is on the driver's side of the van, underneath, slightly behind the drivers seat.
BTW, to clear the codes without an OBDII reader, remove the negative cable for 5-10 minutes (15 to be safe). The computer resets and clears the codes, except for one that it sets saying loss of power to the memory.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
Check the power (fuse) distribution box under the hood. All the way up top towards the windshield there should be a small 10amp fuse marked "mem" see if that fuse is good and try it again.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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