Pull the driverside rear wheel. Remove inner fender plasic sheild. It will be located near the fuel filler tubes. With a circular clamp around it holding it in place.
Code 45---Rich exhaust--- Check the evaporative charcoal canister and its components for the presence of fuel
On the 1998 Lumina LTV you will find the Evaporative Canister under the car, between the gas tank and spare tire well that protrudes from the bottom of the trunk. Easy to replace. Costs between $65 and $120. If any of the lines are cracked you should replace them with new ones if you can. If you have already replaced the Evaporative Canister Purge Valve located on the top front of the engine, next to the valve cover, and you are still getting an OBD code P1441 the charcoal in the canister may be breaking down and getting sucked into your new purge valve. It is a good practice to replace both the purge valve and the canister at the same time if you can afford to. Paul
it is located in the rear of the vehicle near the trunk between the gas tank and the trunk area on the driver side according to my chilton repair manual
most Lumina's have a fuel filter located on a mounting foreward of the right [drivers side] rear strut. It is a canister mounted on the chassis so you can not miss it.
The EVAP canister on a 1996 Chevrolet Lumina is located under the rear of the vehicle. The spare tire has to be removed to reach it.
What is cylinder head torque specifications for 97 Chevy lumina 3.1 v6
You will need to remove the cylinder head from your Chevy Lumina engine. Remove the head gasket and clean the surface. Put the new head gasket on and return the cylinder had to its original position.
no it is not possible
on the back side of motor
Maybe a bad valve
27Jun09: I had this problem on a 1999 Lumina LS. The answer is a vacuum leak. Mine was near the vacuum canister that controls the vents. The hose was replaced which (with labor) cost about $100. Just got it back and it solved the problem. DRB