Question about 2002 Chevrolet S-10
POO446 This code keeps coming up on my 2003 S-10 sometimes once a month or less. Now supposedly its the gas tank vent valvei have checked the gas filler hose for leaks and replaced the gas cap. My question is where is the location of this vent valvecan I see it and can I reach it from the take off panel in the left rear wheel well and if its located on top of the gas tankcan it be replaced without dropping the tank? Thanks a Bunch Rick
Posted by Anonymous on
Yours looks just like the one I had to replace recently on my 2000 camaro, but mine was on top of the tank. Yours looks much easier to replace. See link below. Fix Your Chevy With Your Own Hand
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to pressure test and or smoke test the EVAP System. Your not going to see anything looking,unless you have a rotted or cracked hose. The gas cap probably was okey. Take it to a shop that (maybe) knows what to do and (hopefully) has the right test equipment. Also they need to use the scanner on it to start,to find the codes and follow a diagnostic tree for your veh
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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