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Check engine light comes on. trouble pumping gas. is there a pressure vent that could be blocked

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Yes a fuel tank vent that goes through the carbon canister. Controlled by then PCM

Posted on Nov 10, 2014

You got a check light

Why haven't you retrieved your OBD Codes

Obviously you suspect the Evap System Vent
Control Solenoid Valve & on a guess, I would agree

Still have to test the system, to find a problem

If you continue to use it ,when the evap monitor
runs, you will get extra air in the motor & then extra fuel
to compensate possibly & there goes your exhaust
converter 10 years ahead of time

Posted on Nov 10, 2014

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