Question about Dodge Avenger
The evap system needs to be checked for leaks but the most likey cause is a defective ESIM which is the small white plastic module attached to the canister. It's relatively inexpensive at under $20.00. It has a switch inside that can stick and cause false reports.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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