The Check engine light will then go off over time. If the hose connection is not seated re-seat then re-test for any leaks. I will make sure this is addressed when the motor gets pulled That might be the issue. This depends on the State you live in and their laws. Oh, I can understand the frustrations, I'm sure people act as though you know the answers through the computer. If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please.
These minivans seem to have an issue with the gas caps, most of the people I've heard of bought an after market gas cap to make it go away, a couple just made sure they tighted their gas caps better. Jeep did a smoke test and could not detect a leak. I guess we'll just eyeball the lines when we have the motor out! It is an emission leak. Vehicles that come in with the Check Engine Light on with this code the most common cause is the fuel cap or the purge control valve or the vent valve will not hold in the vapors completely and have very small leaks that are detected. This can happen for multiple reasons and a mechanic needs to diagnose the specific cause for this code to be triggered in your situation. If the system still has leaks diagnose them as needed. We're available via direct message and would be happy to help.
The code your getting is for the evaporator emissions system,look for any vacuum hose or hose that's coming from the canister tank,and check to see if its bad or has rotted and fell off,or is closed off,any one of those hoses will cause that to happen,it may just be one that got knocked loose by accident,check any hose that has to do with vacuum or the emission system,a sensor is what caused that code to show up,so it did its job,good luck on finding it,you,ll know the problem when you come to it. If I was snappy in my last reply it's because often times people come on here with no knowledge whatsoever, provide 2 sentence description as you did, and want help when they can't help themselves. Registration does remove some of the ads! I guess we shall just wait and see. I did inspect the gas cap this morning. .
. What does this code mean if i do not have a gas cap and have a capless tank. I won't be driving my car much between now and then so I might not throw the code again. In most vehicles, these two warning lights mean different things. How can I reset my check engine light? I typically only turn to reddit if my google fu has failed me, or I don't really understand What I'm seeing, and require a trained eye and mind. If you get notice that your email address is banned when you try to sign up, it is because its been banned due to spammers using the provider, or too many members bouncing emails we send back to us via the free provider! YourMechanic offers certified mobile mechanics who will come to your home or office to diagnose and repair your vehicle. I won't be driving my car much between now and then so I might not throw the code again.
I made the mistake of getting a new locking one from Checker Auto Parts. . It could just be a loose or damaged gas cap. Org The Jeep Grand Cherokee Owners Community JeepGarage. You could also have a crack in any of the vaccuum and emission hases between the tank and the engine. P0441 Evaporative Emission Control System Incorrect Purge Flow I dont know what that means but that is the fault code.
I made sure it was secure. Looked like some of those lines behind the shield weren't seated properly and they were pushing against it. Start car for about 3 seconds. You can do this by constantly blowing the car's horn until it dies or turning on the headlights, then waiting several minutes. I was under the car while they did it.
The p0148 is high pressure common rail checksum, it can set when there is a a fuel delivery problem. This will occur if the leak is less than. . If you're trying to turn the light off in hopes of passing an emissions test, this method rarely works. It delivers 245 horsepower and 335 pounds-feet of torque. I have thrown this code in my Charger Super Bee a few times.
The engine light will stay on but turn off after a couple of days. Hopefully I am posting in the right thread. Bought a new one from Dodge dealer. If a repair has been made recheck the system for leaks before releasing the vehicle to the customer. . Any idea what that might run me? At this point, it should be safe to reconnect the battery and the check engine light should not longer be lit.
A dirty engine as the result of carbon deposits is the new threat to vehicle performance. Reputable auto shops will not reset a check engine light if the problem is not fixed. . Even if you were able to turn it off by clearing the codes or disconnecting the battery, if what caused the light to come on hasn't been corrected, it probably won't stay off for very long. I wanted to assume this was the cause but figured I would throw it out there Click to expand. Could be as simple as a loose of faulty fuel … cap.