Question about 2001 Plymouth Neon
The code indicates a leak in hte EVAP system. Any suggestion where to look for the leak first.
The gas cap! Never fill up when the car is running. It will cause the EVAP leak code. Check the cap to see if the rubber gasket is in tact and not cracked or worn. If it looks good, screw it on tight, have the code cleared and give it a day or two. If the cap was the problem, you won't get the code back!
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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