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OIs this evap problem a major issue...i replaced all 4 O2 sensors and cleared the more light on. i had the flexible part changed under the car. i can hear some shaking noices but it runs ve

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The Oxygen Sensors are not the same circuit
or Emission Monitor

The Evap System will have to be tested, to
see if there is a problem there

When you come here-- have a year,make,model,
OBD Codes & a complete story, with lots of details,
test results,etc

No idea what has been going on for months & what
has been done & if any testing was done or your
just throwing parts at the unknown

Do Not clear any codes or remove any battery cables,
even after any parts go on

When the Emission Monitors run, the check light will
go off --IF-- the problems are solved

You need all the data in the systems,again,never
clear anything

You can get lots of info with professional tools, that
a code reader can not

If you clear anything,your done & can not work on a
problem, until the monitors run again & your evap monitor
only runs every few days,so now you wait

Posted on Nov 07, 2014


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