Question about Chrysler Town and Country
This is quite common on these vehicles. there should be no pressure. The tanks are vented through a pipe system to the charcoal canister. The canister is supposed to vent to the atmosphere, and when the engine is running, engine vacuum should draw fresh air back in through the canister to regenerate the charcoal.
It may need replacing or could be blocked up, I am unsure of the location on this model though, I can find out if that helps
you could be getting back pressure through the fuel pump, it needs bleeding through but if the problem continues then you may have either an injector fault or fuel pump fault.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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