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There is a pressure loose in your EVAP system, the best ting to do and the cheapest is to replace the gas cap. Don't buy a cheap gas cap, go buy a dealer gas cap for your car and hope that will address the issue, if the code is still there. Then move to the next common problem and that would be the vent on the charcoal canister could be dirty and clogged or there may be a solenoid vent valve failure. These are just a few common things to look for. Recap: change the gas cap, check the vacuum tubes to the charcoal canister and vent to see if there is dirt in the vacuum line. Good luck and hope this helps. Keep me posted, be glad to help

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I have a2001 corolla with a code p1071.I was told to replace the o2 sensor before the converter.I replaced it and reset the light.The check engine light stayed off for 320 miles.It came on with the same...


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