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There are a number of components in this system. If you go to Autozone, Advance, or Oreillys they will scan for FREE if you have a Code light (check engine light).

If that is where you had the car looked at, you did not get a complete answer, you need the Code number

Sometimes a simple gascap is to blame if it is not tight. Or the hoses running to the evaporator cannister may leak and take a "smoke" test to find the leak. There are often electric switches to make the fumes flow when they need to and a bad switch will stop the system from working.

I hope my solution is helpful. You need a better diagnostic result to find the problem.

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There are a number of components in this system. If you go to Autozone, Advance, or Oreillys they will scan for FREE if you have a Code light (check engine light).

If that is where you had the car looked at, you did not get a complete answer, you need the Code number

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I hope my solution is helpful. You need a better diagnostic result to find the problem.

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Also, the tubes from the gas tank to the canister may be bad.

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