Its on the top of the intake manifold, passenger side. The recall began on June 16, 2014. Could this be the cause of code? This codes states that one of these two solenoids is open. Clean or replace the Purge Valve. Richard- Please give us some vehicle information to help you out. Is is connected to the vapor canister and part of the vapor canister purge solenoid assembly? All these plastic parts don't like ethanol. Any ideas like the canister leaking, someplace in the entire fuel system, vent or purge valve, or in the fuel tank pressure sensor itself.
On the other hand, since gasoline boils as low as 95 F, and evaporates at even lower temperatures, basically until it freezes, at some -50 F, depending on the exact blend. She called me and I told her to relax and that her Traverse wouldn't explode if it was bad. The first components to suspect, one of which you have already replaced are the vent and purge solenoids. This is a part of a drive cycle and drive cycle test happen only under specific circumstances. Alternately, you could simply remove the purge solenoid valve and blow into it.
The most common cause of a vacuum leak is a leaky hose. The code can be cleared but the drive cycle tests must pass based on the computer system self tests. Obviously production was moved bc it's cheaper but that doesn't mean it's still good. There is a canister purge solenoid and a canister vent solenoid. The best way to test this system is with a scanner and many times a smoke machine. Thank you for using FixYa, have a nice day. General Motors recall number for this campaign is 14187.
Thank you for using FixYa, have a nice day. Nonetheless, I ordered this critter and went to install it. I've never had a car of mine in bad enough shape to have that error. Did you get the gas cap from Chevrolet? During refueling, the charcoal canister captures any vapors in the escaping air. The source of a vacuum leak can be one of many things.
What I didn't know was by doing so, I was clogging up the valve located in the engine compartment. Any help in the right direction would be appreciated. First, I think I can clean the purge valve and see if that works. In case you find flakes of charcoal, this could mean the charcoal canister has leaked or is leaking, and will need to be replaced. With an emissions system code, there is also a drive cycle to be considered as well. It would also smell of gas but when id look for the leak, I could never find one.
Chances are when you take it in for inspection they will fail it due to the presents of this code. Therefore the most likely cause of P0171 and P0174 codes is a vacuum leak. It literally took 10 minutes to do and most of that time was looking for an extension for my ratchet! Excessive oxygen readings in the exhaust will set lean codes. Replacing this fixed the issue of the vehicle not wanting to start after fueling. .
Misfires are usually bad spark plugs, but could possibly be caused by insufficient fuel. Those codes disappeared and the other three codes P04xx remained. Cleaning may or may not be sufficient to restore proper sealing. Put your finger on the open end of the valve. Unplug the electrical connector on the purge valve, start the engine, then put your finger on the valve where you disconnected the line. You should not be able to blow any air through with your mouth.
Why pay dealer diagnose fee, inflated labor and jacked up retail prices when it takes 1 minute to replace this item. Obviously something is telling the purge solenoid to energize. I checked all the codes and there is no p0003. What is it going to take to fix my problem? I was able to replace it in 15 minutes without removing any other pieces. If you can, then its broken. This time they said it was the solenoid and valve.
I should add that prior to. The canister purge valve is the one that allows the engine to suck in fuel vapors to be burned. As a backup, I also plan to change the vapor canister as it detected a small leak. My engine light is on and my message board tells me to tighten the fuel cap. It is normally closed, so if air goes through then you need to replace it. If the circuits test normal, replace the control module. Sounds like an erratic problem as well.
Caution: Do not blow out purge lines or vacuum lines with shop air unless you are sure they are completely disconnected. Orvais- Apologies for the delay. If enough carbon builds up, it could hold the valve open. If you have any doubt as to repairs on your vehicle, please contact your technician. Alternately, you could simply remove the purge solenoid valve and blow into it. Then, while the engine is running, the purge valve allows the engine to burn off any vapors caught in the canister.