Ran test for group 70 with cannisters each way and got the evap not ok each wayI guess ill try reversing it. I'm thinking it could the charcoal cannisters based on that there are no leaks. Purge valve seems to be functional as does the leak pump. Gas cap appears good. I'm not sure what else could be and there isn't even a way to test the old charcoal cannister. I say it's that cause that seems my luck it would the most expensive thing to replace and the hardest to get to
Yea that was my thought. I did run smoke through the evap lines and didn't see anything.but I know you said smoke machines aren't the greatest. It's also quite difficult to even see the hoses that run from front to back as they seem to be tucked up inside the chassis almost not even viewable or a accessable.I believe so don't you because LDP passes and pushes those vapors out through N80 to intake?
Doesn't this just sound like a bad line from tank to n80 or charcoal canister?
If it's cracked all that shit is plastic, did you know harbor freight sells a plastic welder for under 20 bucks which is a glorified soldering iron with assortment of plastic filler rod?
Did you know they also sell a mighty vac tester?
It says to test the evap cannisters in basic settings on the causes page I was sent. What group is that in? Are they referring to the charcoal cannister under the spare tire? Also when I do output tests all the data says is NA. Should there values listed there? If so how do I trigger them? I can hear the part working when I got activate but not sure if there should be some sort of value while testing?;Is it even possible it could be the charcoal cannisters? I think I'd rather have that then a phantom leak that's buried somewhere