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Intermitant no startcranks code po190 p1233
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PO 1665 code 1998 buick rivera
EVAP is for Evaporative emissions control system, so no this is not EGR, that is Exhaust Gas Recirculation system, as far as the P1665 goes it is related to the other trouble code P0440, u will need to replace the EVAP system Purge flow control solenoid. This should correct both problems after u replace the part disconnect the battery for 5 min's to reset system.
Posted on May 14, 2009
SOURCE: po 441 code on a 04 dodge dakota
the purge solenoid is right next to the battery and has 2 hoses one going to the front of the intake/throttle and one going to the canister under the driver side door and most likely isnt the problem i replaced mine spent 40 bucks and didnt solve the problem
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
SOURCE: 04 aveo has codes PO300
You don't try anything
The Codes you get are sensors reporting
an out of range condition.
That means you find out why,not change them
The 300 is a misfire issue
I suggest as much as i like to see you
do all your own work,that you go to a repair
shop, that know the technolgy ,and you will not
have any of the test equip needed to solve much
of anything on todays vehicles
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
SOURCE: po 131 po171 obd2
The problem may not necessarily be a bad O2 sensor. An incorrect air fuel mixture may also trigger this error.
To see if the air fuel mixture is right you may have to check the ignition for bad plugs or coils. Check the vacuum hoses to and from the engine for leaks, cracks or loose connections. Check also the timing. Inspect the throttle body or the actual intake manifold for build up of dirt. A bad injector could also be the culprit.
The error code Po131 is for the sensor before the catalytic converter. Inspect the cables and the socket of the sensor. Check also for leaks in the exhaust.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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