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Old 03-05-2012, 07:55 PM   #21
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It needs to see the canister in the vehicle. The pump and vapor pressure sensor are in the canister and are what run the monitor
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Old 03-05-2012, 10:02 PM   #22
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Tried the hose loop that didn't work. Don't want to strap the whole thing back in. There's got to be a way to trick the sensor. How has no one figured this out yet? I think it just needs to sense pressure some how.
Just reset the cel before you bring it in. It takes ur obd 60 miles to register error codes after resetting
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^That usually wont work either. The system has to be "ready" and it will usually show that there are pending codes as well
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Well if you really want it to pass, then you have to hook up all the EVAP parts to the cell/motor AND you must have the stock filler hose to basically take it back to stock. The other thing you have to find is a tech that won't mind letting you pass the visual inspection.
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