How do you replace the evap system on 2002 sonata or where it is?
An EVAP system is the system in the car that retrieves fuel vapors from the gas tank, as well as the rest of the fuel system. The EVAP system will then recycle these vapors so they can be burned in the engine. The EVAP port is a test port where a vacuum can be attached to check for leaks in the EVAP system.
You have a problem with your evap purge flow, should be little difference in performance but I recently had to replace an evap vacuum line on my wifes pickup and she says now she has more power than before so there must be some improvement in performance, it may just be that the computer is compensating for fuel vapor being introduced to the system that is not actually there because of the evap malfunction.
How to fix 2000 Buick Park Ave engine error code 0442 Evaporative Emission Control System Small Leak detected?
How can you fix problem with 2004 suzuki escudo gas tank collaspse and it was replace collaspe a second time?
The code specifically means P1457 Evaporative Emissions (EVAP) Control System Leakage (EVAP Canister System). These can be very tricky to find. First thing and cheapest thing to do is replace the gas cap and then see if the check engine light goes out after your drive it enough or have the light reset. If that does not work then you need to take it to a shop and have a smoke test run.
P0441 evap leak does this cost a lot to fix you did replace the gas cap however the light came back on so you know that it is a leak somewhere in the EVAP system so you will need to get it fixed?
i think the code p1400 means exhaust gas recirculation(EGR) system/ evaporative emission(EVAP)system- valve mulfunction i think the code p1400 means exhaust gas recirculation(EGR) system/ evaporative emission(EVAP)system- valve mulfunction i think the code p1400 means exhaust gas recirculation(EGR) system/ evaporative emission(EVAP)system- valve mulfunction
P0456 = Evaporative Emissions System - Small leak detected. There could be a small leak the size of a pin hole somewhere in the EVAP system. Finding this leak on your own can be difficult and almost impossible without the use of a smoke machine. A good place to start would be to spray a little carb cleaner on a shop rag and wipe down the fuel filler neck seal area with a clean lint…