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alex r

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  1. Yeah your about the tenth person to tell me not to overfill. I have been guilty of that
  2. Oh yeah I meant to tell you my purge valve is on the back of the air box. Very easy to get to but expensive. Charcoal canister was $300
  3. Its codes PO441 and PO446. I put a charcoal canister on it yesterday and I reset the CEL. I then drove it for 50 miles and was able to get it inspected. Hopefully it is fixed for good! Thank you very much for taking the time to give me advice. For future reference do you know how I can test one of those evap purge valves? Is it just a solenoid I can hook 12 volts to and listen for a click? Oh and by the way when I went to O'Reillys to get a new gas cap they sold me the wrong one but when I went to the Toyota place to get the other parts he looked at my old gas cap and told me it was ok.
  4. I just spent $160 replacing the evap purge valve and the gas cap and I reset the light and it came right back back on. I just want to get the darn thing inspected. I'm so frustrated. What do I do now?
  5. I have a 1998 toyota corolla and the check engine light is on. The code came back as evap purge valve. I would like to fix it myself but I'm not sure what to do. Do I just need to replace the evap purge valve. Please Help!


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