Question about 2005 Dodge Neon
The P0441 shouldn't cause a no start it is indicating there is a problem in the evap system related to the EVAP solenoid, EVAP solenoid vacuum supply or the NVLD switch which is a switch that vents the tank at proper times. I would do a fuel pressure check if it starts at times with carb cleaner. there may be a small leak in the evap system that a qualified shop with a smoke machine should be able to check out, but that code shouldn't be the cause of your no start. When first started it needs the proper fuel pressure and will normally run fine once it's started until the pump degrades to a spot that it just won't run correctly any more. the computer on today's cars can compensate for a lot of things to a certain point till they just won't run anymore.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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