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  1. 2Gen-Tundra
    Began getting P0440 date code about a year ago on my 2002 Tundra (4.7L). I have replaced all of the vacuum lines in the engine compartment, vapor canister, VSV for evap, VSV for pressure switching valve, and fuel cap. When I replaced the vapor canister, the CEL stayed off for a month, but then...
  2. 1Gen-Sequoia
    Would some one please post pictures of the driver side EVAP hoses? I changed the hoses and now I'm not sure what goes to what. There are 3 Vacuum lines (hoses) on the driver side. Particularity the hose for the VSV, The trouble is I don't know which lines plug into where down by the finder...
  3. 1Gen-Tundra
    I have a 2001 Tundra and it has the P0441 and P0446 codes pertaining to the EVAP system. To those who have had these codes pop up (or have experience with this) could you fill me in on what you did to fix it? I've checked and replaced all the hoses I can find with cracks. A shop I brought it to...
  4. Camry
    I have a 99 Camry with roughly 140K miles on it. My check engine light was on fer while and I brought it in for inspection. I had a catalytic converter put in, but when they started it up the check engine was still on. Today they are running an EVAP smoke test(?)...what are the possible outcomes...
  5. 1Gen-Tundra
    Hello, I have a 2003 Tundra that I just took for its annual inspection. The MIL was off, and I had no reason to believe anything was wrong. The inspection failed because two monitors (evap and cat) showed a status of "Not Ready." The battery died back near the end of January, but I recharged it...
  6. 1Gen-Tacoma
    Question here: 1 month ago, check engine light came on. Not surprised, actually, because the truck had started to run VERY roughly. Service department recommended a full fuel system treatment including changing fuel filter, additives, etc. Tab came to about $300...a little steep, but the...
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