Question about 2006 Dodge Durango
This means that the gas cap (that is what it says but it is kinda hard to read the display characters) is not tightened properly or left off and the system computer detected it as a fuel vapor leak. This is the first thing you have to check. You will then need to have the Fault code cleared from the computer memory (this takes a special tool called a scanner) that is keeping the check engine light on or wait a few weeks and the light will clear itself. You can also go to any Kragen/O'reilly auto parts store and ask them to do a OBD2 code test, when the code is read out from the tool ask the sales associate to clear the system of codes, it is free.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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