Question about Saturn Vue
These are both EVAP emissions codes. The first thing I would do is open the fuel door and take a good wiff. If you smell gas replace the fuel cap.
If you don't smell gas the next thing you can do is visually inspect all the EVAP hoses and lines for cracks or holes. The EVAP system consists of a purge solenoid, a charcoal canister, a vent solenoid, a fuel tank pressure sensor, and misc. lines and hoses. All of these will need to be visually checked for damage.
If you don't see anything with a visual check than the next step would be to have the EVAP system smoke checked for leaks. A smoke machine will be used to slightly pressurize the EVAP system with smoke. Where ever the smoke comes out is where is is leaking.
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Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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