Back by the gas tank
The 1997 Chevrolet Monte Carlo is equipped with an evaporative emission system. A purge flow fault can involve a number a single or multiple component problems. There could be a problem a with the purge valve which is relatively easy repair/replacement. The Monte Carlo's OBDII system should be scanned for all codes which will help narrow the condition.
Trouble code P0440 means: Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System - Continuous Purge Flow
i have that too. i just found out its because of my purge valve which im not completely sure what that is but take your car to a autoparts place like autozone and they have this tool that hooks up to the car and finds out what the problem is
where is the canister purge valve located on a 03 chevy venture
where is the purge or vent soleniod located on a 2001 tohoe
by the tank or evap canister
The purge valve solenoid on your 2001 Chevy Cavalier is located on the side of the engine. It is mounted on the block right below the intake manifold and can be distinguished because of the bracket attached to it.
"EVAP System Flow During Non Purge" Most likely the purge solenoid is stuck open. If it is the 4.3 engine the purge solenoid is located on the right side of the intake manifold.
You need to replace the Purge Solenoid Valve.
The purge solenoid is located on a bracket behind the plate that the ignition coils and ignition control module sit on. Unbolt the rear nuts of the ignition plate and the bracket should slide out. Disconnect the sensor and the plastic hoses from the intake and vapor canister. Take a flat-head screwdriver and bend out the metal prong that holds the solenoid to the bottom of the bracket and the solenoid should slide right off.
On the Passenger side of the motor down by the wheel well.