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Posted by Anonymous on
Problem is that the code does NOT mean that any one part needs to be replaced
as a matter of fact, emission diagnoses is one of the toughest in any garage
unless you are an experienced technician I would not recommend any work on this vehicle because you are more likely to spend more money "guessing" at whats wrong as compared to letting someone "good" diagnose the concern
most of the time I find the concern to be a hole in the evap line and this is after many guys have tried many repair attempts to no avail
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