Question about Chrysler Sebring
The PCM EVAP monitor detected no air flow through the EVAP system.
Inspect for plugged hoses from the solenoid to charcoal canister or from solenoid to t-body and for cut or cracked hoses.
the way the evap system works is that when your vehicle sits fuel vapors have to go somewhere so rather than emitting them to the atmosphere they are routed via hoses to a charcoal canister which acts like a sponge and stores these vapors,when you start up you vehicle a solenoid allows engine vacuum to absorb those through a series of hoses and burn them away,this also happens when you're driving and the gas sloshing around in your tank creates more fumes and pressure this solenoid opens up again allowing engine to burn off those vapors.so when you start your car a monitor or sensor monitors this routine so if there is restriction or a broken hose there is no airflow. ----------- When you have an emissions control system leak on your car it is very important to have this malfunction repaired as soon as possible. If your emissions control system leaks dont ignore it. An emissions control system leak can be as simple as a loose or detached vacuum line or it may be as advanced as a computer malfunction. You may have a hole in, blockage of or cracked catalytic converter. Maybe you EGR or PCV valve is broken, loose, partially or completely detached. Your evaporative emissions control system may need repaired or replaced. It is even possible that an oxygen sensor on your exhaust may need replaced or your oxygen injection system is in need of repairs. If you have an emissions control system leak caused by the vacuum controls related to your emissions control system then all you have to do is have a trained automotive repair prfessional trouble shoot your cars vacuum system. If you have an emissions control system leak of your catalytic converter or EGR valve, you can have any of these repairs performed simply by any certified and licensed automotive exhaust professional. If your PCV valve is broken or malfunctioning, any general automotive repair facility along with many oil change facilities can and will replace your PCV valve for you. If you have a broken or malfunctioning oxygen sensor, you will need to have your cars emissions control system leak caused by the failure of the oxygen sensor repaired by a facility that is licensed and certified by your cars manufacturer.
If you do not diagnose and repair any emissions control system leak on your car it can and normally will cause other parts and systems on your car to begin to malfunction and eventually fail on some level.
And yes both the above mentioned error are related to each other.and this errors cause problem in fuel .As the fuel pressure needs to be checked .
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Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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