Question about Dodge Grand Caravan
P0441 refers to a purge flow fault detected by the PCM. Take it back to whoever put the intake gaskets on. My best educated guess would be they left something unhook or pinched off a tube. The purge flow and purge valve are right in the area where they where working to change them gaskets. Make them double check there work to make sure they didn't leave something unhooked or pinch something off.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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