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2003 gmc sierra: changed gas cap,solinoid at gas tank,relocated filter, and check engine light came back on with same code.code for evap emmissions.

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  • jgrohs404 Oct 08, 2009

    changed all parts including solinoid, tank is good, fuel vapor line is good,EVAP canister has no cracks in it

  • Ronnie Wilson May 11, 2010

    Have you checked the EVAP Canister 7 or Purge Solinoid, Fuel Vapor Line @ Tank ,?

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    how to replace fill neck..my engine light come on with code evap problems

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What is the trouble code you have please?

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A very common code thrower is the Gas Cap not sealing and leaking. This will generally throw an EVAP code of some sort. Try resealing your gas cap, and if that doesn't work, try replacing your gas cap. They fail pretty often, actually.

Other things that may throw an EVAP code would be your Fuel Evaporation tank has a leak, or you have a leak in your fuel systems breathing system. HOpefully it is just a Gas Cap thought. That is usually a $5-$10 fix. Good luck.

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