2005 Toyota 4Runner P0441 P2420

2005 Toyota 4Runner P0441 P2420

Toyota 4Runner On the 2005 Toyota 4Runner, the P0441 is a very general code simply stating there is a problem somewhere in the EVAP System. The P2420 narrows this down a bit to the EVAP Vent Valve. The Valve Valve is built into and part of the Pump Module, located at the top of the fuel tank, between the Air Filter and the EVAP Canister. Carefully inspect the rubber lines for any cracks, holes or disconnections. Inspect the electrical connector and wire harness for any loose, broken or damaged wires….

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2002 Pontiac Sunfire P0440 EVAP Vent Valve

2002 Pontiac Sunfire P0440 EVAP Vent Valve

Pontiac Sunfire On the 2002 Pontiac Sunfire, he P0440 is pointing to a fault in the EVAP (emmisions control/recovery) System. Do a full inspection of the EVAP System and the vacuum lines and make sure there are no lines with cracks, holes or loose/missing connections. Give the EVAP Canister an inspection and make sure there are no cracks holes of dents. If the visual inspections check ok, then most commonly with the P0440 is a problem with the EVAP Vent Valve. The Vent Valve and Canister are located under the…

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2007 Honda Accord P0498 Vent Valve

2007 Honda Accord P0498 Vent Valve

Honda Accord On the 2007 Honda Accord, the P0498 is a fairly straight forward code pointing to a fault with the EVAP Canister Vent Shut Valve. This valve is located under the vehicle, towards the rear, near the EVAP Canister. Carefully inspect the electrical connector for any loose, broken or damaged wires. Inspect the lines in the area for any cracks, holes or loose/missing connections. If the visual inspection checks ok, suspect a faulty Valve. The P0135 is also a straight forward code pointing to a fault with the internal heater…

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