Question about 2005 Buick LaCrosse
I have had evap solenoid problems on a fiew cars and the answer is yes. It is model specific. However, there are several possable causes. Usually the"gas cap problem" isn't a bad gas cap at all. The common gas cap issue is you put gas in while the car was still
Posted on Sep 28, 2014
Lets start with how knowledgeable you are
You have an EVAP System issue,maybe
You asked if the gas cap is specific
You know that it is to some extent
Application Specific -but the parts store
would give you the correct one
Was the first code even related to a gas cap?
When you say I was told, you mean what?
A professional mechanic you asked a question,
took a guess to give you an answer?
Do you know how to test the solenoid your
referring to? If not take it to a repair shop &
let them Smoke Test it & actuate all the system
components with a scan tool.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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