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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I was given two Lanzar 6.5 and two Pioneer 6.5 speakers. There is nothing wrong with my stock speakers, I just wanted to add a little more thump and clarity. I took off the front drivers side interior panel, Which wasn't all that bad, but i'm having major problems putting it back together. I'll get into that a bit later. I figured swapping the old for the new would be simple. Being it has two wires (pos/neg) going to the driver/speaker cone and two wires going to the tweeter portion that goes over the lower part, four wires total. The wires are White, Brown, yellow, and Black going into a black clip, then they turn black coming out the other side. I cut the four after the clip. My new speakers have only two posts to accommodate the driver and tweeter. So I left off the two for the tweeter and it sounded awful. I tried combining the two positive and two negative and hooking it up that way. That too sounded awful. The tweeter was squealing and chirping. I tried every configuration. They all sounded like ***. What am I doing wrong. I know people swap out stocks for after market all the time. I wanted to be sure my new speaker wasn't defective, so I tried all four (Both brands) with the same results. So I gave up and put the original back in. It sounds fine, just like it had before. But now I can't put the door panel back on. I know it's just tricky and i need more patience. I'm so bummed. I have these great speakers and have no idea why I can't install them. Do I need some aftermarket clip? It seems so easy, why is it so flappin hard? I've done this with other cars in the past with no issues. This four wire thing is killing me... Please HELP ME!!!!!!!!
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
The code you cite, P0447 - Evap. Emission Ctrl. System - Vent Circuit Open
This vent circuit is call the CCV (Canister Close Valve). This valve normally stays 'OPEN' to allow outside air flow through the charcoal canister, which absorbs fuel vapors when you put gas in the tank, then the engine vacuum pulls air through it to recollect the fuel vapors and burn them in the cylinder combustion process.
There is a two-pin connector connector plugged into/connected to the CCV. Perhaps it somehow disconnected itself or some foreign object damage the wire harness breaking the connection (circuit 'open' condition), which would set this code. Another possibility is the CCV coil (Solenoid) has an open coil/contacts in it. Regardless, before you start throwing money after parts, have it properly diagnosed first. The problem may simply be a loose/oxidized connection/contact between the CCV and the ECU.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 08, 2011
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Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected (no purge flow or large leak)
What does that mean?This indicates a fuel vapor leak or lack of purge flow in the EVAP control system. It means a large leak has been detected. The (EVAP) emission control system prevents the escape of fuel vapors from a vehicle's fuel system. Fuel vapors are routed by hoses to a charcoal canister for storage. Later, when the engine is running a purge control valve opens allowing intake vacuum to siphon the fuel vapors into the engine.
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CausesA code p0455 most likely means one or more of the following has happened:
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