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P0155 EV in my code reader.

I have changed both 02 sensors and the gas cap. It went a couple of days before the code came back. Anybody got any suggestions?

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Could be a minor hole in your fillup tube..had a grand am thet had a pin hole in it,so small they couldnt find it with a smoke test..

Posted on Apr 16, 2014

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    Could be a minor hole in your fillup tube..had a grand am thet had a pin hole in it,so small they couldnt find it with a smoke test..



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