Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
Start with the simple and replace the gas cap, and see if the check engine light goes out after a day or so. Post me back the DTC codes just to make sure it's not the EVAP purge valve on the intake manifold by the ignition coil.
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Posted on Jun 03, 2010
Testimonial: "I replaced the gas cap and it seem's to have worked"
Another suggestion is to inspect the vacuum lines around the evap cannister for cracks or holes - this will also lead to erronous codes.
Also check the vacuum lines on the engine, but I believe that the vacuum lines around the cannister itself are bad or you have constantly overfilled the tank and excessive gas has gotten into the cannister and ruined it. Do not overfill vehicles or top up the tank to the top of the filler tube - if you have been doing this, replace the cannister.
Besides the answer above, this should alleviate your problems.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
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