Question about 1999 Chevrolet Malibu
I know these codes are all evap related. don't want to get ripped off. what type($) of repairs am i looking at?
The first code is for the secondary air injection system. It could be as simple as a fuse or broken wire. It could also be the air pump. The second is the purge solenoid control circuit. Again it could be a wire or the solenoid. The third is also a EVAP code related to the vent valve, and may also be the wiring or the valve. Did all these codes set at the same time? If so you may be looking at a PCM problem. It is really hard to venture a guess at the cost without lnowing more. I advise you to use a good shop that you trust. It will take some special equiptment to properly diagnose these issues. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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