Question about Chevrolet TrailBlazer
Right, a big leak in evap system. Missing gas cap? Hose came loose between fuel tank and evap cannister, or maybe hose from evap cannister to engine intake manifold? Or possible cannister is cracked (never seen this but...). If I'm confusing you please let me know.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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Here is a TSB that includes P0455. Sometimes leaks are hard to find. I found some I would have never found without a smoke machine. When you looking squeeze the rubber hoses crack show up better. Check the hoses good by the batter.
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