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P0456, P0455, P0457 Ford

Diagnose and fix trouble codes P0456, P0455, P0457 on a Ford Ford has issued a service bulletin #11-11-28 to address a problem with the evaporative emissions system setting P0456, P0455, P0457 and other trouble codes. The bulletin applies to the vehicles listed below 2010-11 Fusion, Milan 2009-11 Escape, Mariner The bulletin refers to the above vehicles equipped with either the 2.5L or 3.0L engines built before 3/4/2011. The problem is a leaking or stuck evaporative emissions purge valve. The leaking/stuck valve can set any of these trouble codes P0456, P0455, … Read More

P0441 P0455 P0456 Lexus

Fix code P0441 P0455 P0456 Lexus If you own a 2005-09 Lexus vehicle and have a check engine light any of these evaporative emissions-related codes, P0441 P0455 P0456, you may be in for a simple fix. Lexus has identified a faulty gas cap as the most likely cause. When you get a check engine light, have the vehicle scanned with a code reader. If you see any these codes; P0441, P0455, P0456, replace your gas cap with a redesigned unit, part #77300-47010. If the cap doesn’t fix the problem, then … Read More

P0442 P0455 P0456 Chrysler

Fix code P0442 P0455 P0456 Chrysler These evaporative emissions codes can be caused by cracks in evaporative hoses, charcoal canister vent and purge valve or the leak detection pump. © 2012 Rick Muscoplat Save

Fix codes P0442, P0456 on Ford

Fix codes P0442 P0456 Ford P0456 Evaporative Emissions System – Small leak detected P0442 Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected (small leak) These codes indicate that the Evaporative Emissions System has failed a leak test. To perform the test the computer energizes the vacuum management valve (VMV) vent valve. That opens the fuel system to fresh air. Then it opens the VMV purge valve. That opens the system to engine vacuum. The engine sucks fresh air into the charcoal canister to purge all the gas vapors collected inside. The computer … Read More

Evaporative Emissions System Primer

How does an evaporative emissions system work? The Evaporative Emissions System is responsible for preventing fuel vapors from polluting our air. If you came to this post because your vehicle won’t fill with gas, skip to the bottom of the post In the old days gas tank caps were vented to the atmosphere. That allowed outside air to enter the tank as you used up the gas inside the tank. On warm days the gas expanded and gas fumes vented backwards through the vented cap to the atmosphere. In other … Read More

P0442 P0455 P0456 Ford

Fix code P0442 P0455 P0456 Enhanced Evaporative Emissions on Ford Vehicles Understanding how this system works helps you to diagnose those dreaded EVAP leak codes. So buckle up and I’ll try to make this as painless as possible. System Components The system uses two solenoids and a pressure sensor. One sensor is called the Vapor Management Valve (VMV). The other is called the Canister Vent Solenoid (CV). The sensor is referred to as the Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor (FTP). The VMV is normally in the CLOSED position. It has 3 … Read More

P0456 EVAP System Small Leak Chrysler vehicles

Fix code P0456 EVAP System Small Leak Chrysler vehicles If you have a P0456 EVAP System Small Leak Chrysler vehicles trouble code, this post will help you understand what it is and how to fix it. This code can indicate a leak in a small rubber hose or a malfunction in the LDP (leak detection pump). I’ve included the instructions for testing the LDP in another article on this site. But since it’s fairly involved, I suggest you start your diagnostics by checking hoses. They are the most common failure. You … Read More

P0456 EVAP System Small Leak (0.020″) Detected

Fix code P0456 EVAP System Small Leak (0.020″) Detected If you have a P0456 EVAP System Small Leak (0.020″) Detected trouble code, this post will help you understand what it is and how to fix it. This is a leak in the evaporative emissions system. The code sets if the PCM detects a leak greater than .020″ but less than .040″. The PCM conducts the test twice. If it fails both times, it sets the code and light the MIL(Malfunction Indicator Lamp). © 2012 Rick Muscoplat


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