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Tryed the gas cap[:-]...reset the computer[:-], check engine light comes on after about a week, I dont see any loose hoses or anything, checked all of them nothing looks worn or cracked, this is all on a 2002 dodge dakota slt 4.7l v-8
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2002 Chevy Trailblazer LT 4.2
1996 Subaru SVX LSi AWD 3.3 L Flat 6 (Highway car)
1987 Grand Am 2.5 L Inline(Just keeps going and going...)
Can't forget the work van 04 3500 EXPRESS lol
check where the gas cap screws on. look for any corrosion. also where the stem from the tank meets the underside of your bed. do you smell any gas odors at any time?
2001 Ram Sport 5.9
ceramic gibson headers
slotted and drilled rotors
hughes plenum kit
crank position sensor, tps and iat mods
Open the hood, on the left side of the engine, look for a series of vacuum lines. You will see a cap on a valve with several vacuum lines coming to it. Inspect all of the hoses and replace any cracked ones. Also look at the hoses under the bed that go to the vapor canister. Replace any hoses that are cracked or split.... Very common problem.....
no.. the evap code has NOTHING to do with your a/c leaking freon... if you have a blacklight .. go to the parts store and get some dye to put in.. then run it dry again.. use that black light to find the leak.. more than likely the high side line.. or a fitting needs to be tightened
01 Dodge Ram 1500 5.2 auto w/ 3 inch body lift and 3 inch suspension lift