The vapor canister, on a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan, is located under the vehicle on the driver side near the area below the driver seat.
A vapor leak in the fuel system.A vapor leak in the fuel system.
You are looking for a vapor leak from the fuel system. Check the gas cap, lines and hoses from the tank to the engine.
don't know when you posted this question , but if it was during hot weather , and it would crank but just not start , It might very well have been vapor locking. If so , simply opening the gas cap slowly you will hear a hissing sound as air enters the tank. After that it will run just fine. Remember the fuller the tank , the less likely to suffer vapor lock.
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I just figured out my Bronco 2 is vapor locking. Going to insulate the fuel lines tomorrow.
i think its in the back around the gas tank. it should be attached to the vapor cannister On my 1997 Grand Caravan 3.0L, its located underneath the steering gear just a little ahead of where the driver sits. Its above a panel and held in by four bolts.
Evaporative emission system vapor leak detected. It could be a pinhole leak anywhere from the gas cap, tank, lines, or purge solenoid.
Out of time, or vapor locking if overheated.
Vapor locking ...try a new cap
It may be vapor locking or flooding. It main need some timing work.
well it could possibly have a burnt valve........Could be the Control Unit
P0455 is evaporative emissions system large vapor leak. It has nothing to do with EGR. You could have a loose gas cap, broken vapor hose, or a leak in the fuel tank. Anything that would let gasoline vapors escape could turn the light on.
I read that it is on the outside under the drivers seat.
To fix vapor lock on a 2003 Dodge Stratus, locate the fuel pressure sensor near the fuel pump. There is a button on the side to release pressure. Push on the button, then try to start the vehicle.
I haven't seen "vapor lock" since the carburetor days. Give us the symptoms you are experiencing. Maybe we can come up with something.
Sounds like it could be vapor locking. Try putting a few wooden clothes pins on fuel line
IT includes the fuel tank, vapor lines, and the purge solenoid. It runs from the tank to the engine.
Large emission vapor leak. Check the gas cap and all lines from the tank to the engine.
If the gas tank is vapor locking when it is hot outside, on a Mercury Mystique, it is probably because too much air is getting into the tank when the vehicle is driven. Replace the gas cap and this problem should go away.
Could be vapor locking, and or it could be the ignition control module inside of the distributor (vary common).
heat is the problem. your temp guage is most likely shot and your car is probably vapor locking.
Check the gas cap for rust marks, check the vacuum lines near the air cleaner, check the hoses at the vapor canister under the van.