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2005 chev silver 4wd ext cab 4.3 evap solenoid problem

I have the same problem as others, my code is p0455 faulty evap solenoid. gm dealer wonts 367.00 to do job, if i could get the part i can change mit myself, any help out there?

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I had the same code on my 2005 Tahoe. I kept getting the tighten fuel cap warning and code P0455. I just replaced the Fuel Tank Evaporator Control, GM part # 25932571. List price is $28.27. On the Tahoe it is located on the passenger side in front of the rear axle next to where the exhaust goes up and over the axel. With a lift it took about 20 minutes to replace it. I don't know if the location is the same on the Silverado. GM parts direct has the part for $14 and change with another $12 and change for shipping.....it's easier to go to the dealer and pick it up.

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