Try replacing your gas cap with a dealer one. If doesn't work, find a mechanic near you with a smoke machine. They will be able to tell you just what's wrong.
These are check engine codes for a 2005 Scion XB. P0441, P0442, P0446. How do I fix these codes.
Trouble code P0455 means: Evaporative Emission System Leak Detected (gross leak/no flow)
With a p0455, the most common repair is to:Remove and reinstall the gas cap, clear the codes, and drive for a day and see if the codes come back.Otherwise, replace the gas cap, and/orInspect the EVAP system for cuts/holes in tubes/hoses that run from the fuel tank to the engine (you may hear a vacuum noise or smell fuel), repair if necessary
You need to find the source of the small fuel system vapor leak.
The cruise control for an 02 Eclipse could have several problems causing it not to work. Check the fuse, the relay, and run a check of the computer codes. One of these three should lead to the problem.
These are the options for code 31. You need to have it checked with a scanner, If you know the "P" number you will know what to check. The old two digit codes are not specific enough. EVAP LEAK MONITOR LARGE LEAK DETECTED p0455 EVAP LEAK MONITOR PINCHED HOSE FOUND p1486 EVAP LEAK MONITOR SMALL LEAK DETECTED p0442 EVAP PURGE FLOW MONITOR FAILURE p0441. EVAP PURGE SOLENOID CIRCUIT p0443
Most probable cause: Replace Gas Cap Most probable cause: Replace Gas Cap
Try the gas cap... Look for any cracked hoses between the fuel tank and engine.
You can disconnect the battery although this is not recommended. You can also use a code reader to read and reset the codes. If you fix the issue, it should reset by itself.
P0442 is an EVAP code. Your system automatically pressurizes itself at certain times to check for leaks. If the problem is fixed try taking the car up to about 50MPH for a decent amount of time (10-20 minutes) and it should reset itself. SES (service engine soon) codes should also reset if you disconnect the battery terminals for about a minute. If none of those work you can always use an OBD2 scanner tool that has the capability of resetting SES codes to fix your problem. Just a hint, P0442 codes have been known to be associated with cracked or loose gas caps causing the system to be unable to pressurize itself. Check the cap for cracks and re-tighten it then try any or all of the above steps again. If your gas cap feels loose or weak maybe try replacing it. If none of that works you may have not fixed the problem.
fix top leaks (mitsubishi spider 2001)
uhhh can you be a little more specific?
check your timing
You find and repair the leak in the evaporative fuel system. It could be anywhere between the gas cap and the engine. Check all vacuum hoses and lines for cracks or holes.
it is an air contioner drain problem <its clogged> like $200+ to fix
You have to fix the cause of the trans codes.
One of sensors (I don't remember which one) ticks when it operates. Many Eclipse users have the same "problem". As far as the sensor does not throw any codes or causes the engine to run rough there is nothing to worry about. If the tick is bothering you, you will have to replace the sensor to fix it.
P0455 - large evaporative emissions leak.Look for any large vapor leak from the fuel system.Normal causes are loose gas cap, cracked or broken vacuum hosesP0455 - large evaporative emissions leak.Look for any large vapor leak from the fuel system.Normal causes are loose gas cap, cracked or broken vacuum hoses
Do the A+B+select+start trick
P0442 = EVAP Emission Control System Leak (small). Fix the leak and the light will go away. Could be as simple as a loose or defective fuel cap.
A good place to start would be the fuel cap, it may be faulty or just not on tight.
Replace the EGR valve.
cant fix it, you just replace with a new one, they are like 3 bucks depending on its purpose