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Gross evac leak

How t replace e vac

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Most likely gas cap left loose or vent solenoid at fault

Posted on May 11, 2014

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Slow evac leak might make the engine slow to start but it won't prevent it turning over (cranking).

When the starting behaviour is difficult to diagnose or becomes illogical or inconsistent a malfunction of the immobiliser must not be overlooked.

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code p 0300 is random/ multiple misfires detected
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If you just want to get through the smog test,they usually allow one monitor test to be incomplete and still pass.
If your area does,clear the codes and fill the fuel tank to the top.The other monitors should run and complete but the fuel tank monitor will not run with a full tank of gas so will not turn on the check engine light related to a tank vac leak.KEEP THE TANK FULL,and go get your smog test!

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Really, don't know who is doing the sevice, but when you evac the system that is when you check for leaks, a negative pressure is present after evac. the mechanic is SUPPOSE to wait at least 15 minutes with evac machine off, any variation of the gauge notes a leak, also there is a dye that is put in the system that helps to locate the leak, you might want to take it to someone else that knows what there doing.
Check this site out , it will help you to understand whats going on.
http://www.denlorstools.com/autoblog/2009/04/adding-freon-to-car-ac-gauge-readings-explained/

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Yes. System must be evacuated in order to open line to change expansion valve. After replacing valve the system must be vac tested for leaks and recharged.

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probably the same problem as the '99. you probably lost too much coolant. charge with dye and check for leaks, (these things lose refrigerant normally, so you may not have a bonafide leak but check anyway) change the accumulator as a matter of course. evac the system and make sure you lose no vac over the course of 5 to 10 min. recharge the system for the proper weight (which is on the accum sticker) if you need detailed instructions let me know.

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Found on my jeep that the high quality vac line to the evap bottle had split on the under side.

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