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comment P0442: Faulty EVAP System
Thanks for the pictures, it was really easy to get into the tube that you were talking about, but I couldn't find a screwdriver that was both small enough to fit in the tube, and large enough to turn the cylindrical screw inside. Any idea of what size would accomplish that?
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comment P0442: Faulty EVAP System
1) To my naked eye, the gas cap looks perfectly fine, is there something that could be wrong, but not obvious at without looking in further detail? 2) Same goes for the connection between the gas cap and gas tank, is there something that I should use to test that? 3) I am still looking for this one, and seeing if I see any problem with the seal.
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comment P0442: Faulty EVAP System
First, thank you for your answer. Can you tell me where I could expect to find the purge valve and the fuel tank pressure sensor? How exactly do you run a smoke test on the EVAP System?
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