If your smoke machine didn't come with the right size of plug, you can always do what I do and put a plastic bag over the air filter box connection. Thanks again to everyone for the replies and suggestions. Tyler wrote: vb4me wrote: Tyler You called it mate. Not perfect mind you but to a level that won't set a dtc or damage the car. My engine had been stalling or idling erratically specifically after filling up with gas. Purge is on or off - maybe knowing vehicle will help explain-.
Wiring— It is possible for shorts in the wiring harness leading to the Vapor Canister Purge Valve has gone bad. Refueling would be difficult as well, because air in the tank would have a difficult time escaping at the same time as new gas is being introduced via the fuel filler tube. If the car has learned to remove 10% fuel to compensate for a very dirty filter, which won't happen anyway but hypothetically, when you remove it the car will just learn back to 0%. Nothing else has been considered. Did you have anything sealing the intake at the air filter box when smoke testing? One of the most common trouble codes with the Chevy Cruze is the P0442 code. I should add that prior to. Alina- Evaporative emissions are basically gasoline fumes.
Did you possibly pinch or remove any other lines going to the intake tract during removal? Purge Valve Part - Replacing the purge valve on my 2013 Chevy Cruze as a result from the P0496 diagnostic trouble code. A wiring diagram from for your vehicle will be helpful. When I replaced it, I made sure everything was nice and tight and snugged up to where it is supposed to go, so if that's part of the problem, at least that is solved. Tiny charcoal particles could get stuck in the Purge Valve, leading the system to erroneously indicate purge problems and leak problems. I think it was P2135. Try changing the gas cap first then check the rubber hoses that are visble on top of the engine. Disconnect the purge valve and trims start to fall away to a more acceptable level.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010 P0496 is not alisted code. I dug a little deeper checking the valve. This is especially true right after you fuel up the vehicle. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. P057C is the code brake pedal sensor.
Looking at all the data and there is no way I could have picked it but a push in the right direction and a simple unplug it test and Bob's ya aunty. I generally only diagnose but occasionally I will do simple repairs Looking at all the data and there is no way I could have picked it but a push in the right direction and a simple unplug it test and Bob's ya aunty. How do you troubleshoot code P0496? I replaced gas cap, car still runs like crap and now I smell something burnt when I park. The canister purge valve is the one that allows the engine to suck in fuel vapors to be burned. A gas cap has never fixed a p0496. Clean or replace the Purge Valve. I have already researched what the code indicates, that's the first thing I do, I am asking if anyone can think of any particular reason why the code may have suddenly started after installing a filter element.
Other than the car had been running great. The engine may start to run erratically, as well, due to the large vacuum leak you just created. The Cruze will typically be warning you to tighten the fuel cap. A few days later the check engine light came on and I had it checked at AutoZone. The check engine light will come on for a day and then go off for a few days without a reset and then come back on. I have reinstalled the filter element, making sure there are no pinched or dislodged hoses or connections, etc, but it's still doing the same thing.
I replaced the valve and both issues went away for 2 weeks. Cheers You mentioned the turbo, so can I figure this is the 1. You may also smell gas when driving. I would restart the car a few times and it would go away. I'm not inclined to go to a dealer unless I have no choice. Looking at a Holden Chev Cruze 2011 with p0171. Check all the vacuum lines going to it.
Similar sub reddits: I have been having issues with my check engine light. Determining the cause of excessive purge flow should be relatively straightforward. That's a great suggestion, thanks! I also had experienced the engine seemingly attempt to jerk forward sometimes at stoplights. But, this is definitely not where you want to start. Not a perfect seal so also sealed intake with rubber glove.
There weren't any cracks or anything in it, but I did notice the screw on the clamp holding the hose to the airbox was barely tight at all. Not perfect mind you but to a level that won't set a dtc or damage the car. Disconnect the purge valve and trims start to fall away to a more acceptable level. I have driven about 15 miles since changing it. If the valve is stuck open, you may be able to hear air sucking into the open port, or you should be able to feel the suction with your fingertip.
I have been doing some research. What are the common causes of code P0496? Did you get the gas cap from Chevrolet? I would recheck, just to be sure. When I pulled the electrical connector off the valve the vacuum went away. Cleaning may or may not be sufficient to restore proper sealing. Caution: Do not blow out purge lines or vacuum lines with shop air unless you are sure they are completely disconnected.