Question about 1996 Dodge Grand Caravan
Code P1495 is for the LDP solenoid circuit. (LDP-Leak Detection Pump). This is a system that seals off the evaporative system of the car and then pressurizes it with the LDP. The computer looks to see how long it takes to pressurize the system, (depending on fuel level) and then determines if the system is leaking. Emissions regulations require this to cut down on fuel vapours from escaping to the atmosphere. Since the light is on, it means the fault is still there since you replaced a part that has nothing to do with the evaporative system. You will likely have to get a dealer to diag this, unless you can get access to a shop manual and DRB scan tool. Keep in mind, there are a lot of reasons why the check engine light can be turned on. Unless you know what the code is and how to track down the fault, there is no point in replacing any parts as the odds of getting it right the first time is highly unlikely.
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