To fix this, you'll probably need to replace the pump, which is called an "air pollution pump". It is part of the emissions. Prices range for around $150-$250. Also, you can tell if your pump is working by listening to the car on a cold day when the vehicle starts up. Another definite way to tell is if the fuse for the air pollution pump is blown. This occurs when the pump frezes up, which usually causes it to fail.Look in your owners manual to find the fuse.(please note that after you replace the pump you will need to replace this).Anyway, If you hear a wining noise, that's good! This whining noise is the pump working. The pump comes on to help limit bad vapor such as co2 from escaping into the atmosphere, however Its main function is to help warm up the car until the
oxygen sensors kick in, which can be anywhere from 60-120 seconds. If you don't hear a wining noise, and your check engine light is on, then you will probaly need to get you air pollution pump replaced.
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