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I'm receiving an Error code po441, I took it to the dealer who replaced the EGR valve and reset the engine light and cleared codes a week ago, now my engine light just came back on with same code

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Some dealer you got there

PO441-EVAP System --Incorrect Purge Flow

They may have found an EGR Valve issue,
but they certainly blew off the EVAP Code

I would guess you have a bad EVAP Canister
Purge Valve or some other purge control
item

Posted on Feb 15, 2011

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