Question about 1989 Ford F 250
You will not be able to notice anything , but your check engine light will be on. They are screwed into the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipe. They kinda look like a sparkplug with a small wire coming off the end.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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CODE P1443 This is a code for the evaporative system which includes a black plastic container in the front of the engine comopartment that has hoses going to the tank and the throtle body. When it isn't running the fumes from the tank accumulate in this charcoal filled container and when the engine starts, they are burned. Something is wrong with the vacuum or electric solonoid on the top of this container. Or sometimes it can be set if the gas tank cap isn't on tight.
Investigate the evaporation system (vacuum hoses, solenoid, and canister) see if the solenoid had extensive rust and corrosion.if so replace
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