Question about Honda Passport
The code p1441 = EVAP ( evaporative) system flow during no purge. This could be caused by a simple defective gas cap. Another cause could be the EVAP solenoid valve is stuck open. Your PCM (engine computer) is always monitoring the pressure in the EVAP system, as well as voltage values that are programmed and expected to fall within a certain range. When an emission component failure or leak is detected, you will receive this code to alert you that there is a problem. The best case senario would be the previously mentioned, the worst case senario will require the EVAP system to under go a smoke test, that an average home tech does not have the equipment to conduct.
The PCM detected the EVAP Purge Switch indicated 12v (open circuit) at least 4 out of the last 8 times the ignition switch was turned "on".
The EVAP looks like this and would be mounted on or near your Emission Canister that is round in shape with several hose's running to it.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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