Question about Honda Civic
The gas tank has a sensor to monitor fuel evaporation. If it determines that fuel is evaporating from the tank, the check engine light will come on. It usually is caused by the gas cap losing it's seal. Get a new gas cap,make sure it is made for your car. That should eliminate the light.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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