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Grand caravan 1996 gascap PO457 code

Gascap fault in odometre on, PO457 code error, mill light on. Have been billed for this but have not received an answer.

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Check evaporation charcoal cannister isn't cracked, pipe has not come off or has a seal leak etc. You should find the cannister inside the inner wing, and an air hose (normally about 1/4" diameter) goes from somewhere on the inlet manifold or throttle body to this cannister.

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Gascap fault in odometre on.Mill light on.PO457 fault code.How can I fix this.


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