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Problem whit evap sistem corolla 98

The check engine ligh is on and the test say cod 446, I change the vsv in the charcoal canister but the light is on again. I need know how probe the vps and the hoses diagram.

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  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    check engine light on dealership said need new charcoal canister would this have anything to do with engine revving up (rpm)

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You may need to change the actual charcoal canister that is what turned my check engine light off..

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