Car stumbles and has no power. It pulled a P0440 and P0507 code. Drove home from the dealer no problems. Register your free account today and become a member on camryforums Unless you are going to do your own work take the car back to the repair shop and state you problem. It's at the front, and after popping the hood I could hear what I assume was coolant flowing through the piping behind the radiator on the driver's side, however, the fans are not running. If the light comes back on it means the problem remains. The mechanic said I probably have a pin hole somewhere and it takes a special machine to locate the problem and he doesnt have that machine.
The computer has detected condition is one of the below No continuity between the vapor pressure sensor and charcoal canister hose plugged or leaking. Again your codes are not Ok I will tell you about my experience with the P0441 p0446 Evap sys incorrrect flow during purge. Overfilling on a 3rd gen will get fuel into the charcoal can. Posted on Sep 12, 2012 P0441 1998 Toyota Camry - Evaporative Emission Control System Incorrect Purge Flow When is the code detected? Interestingly enough, the check engine light came on within 30 seconds of me using the window washer to clean the windshield at highway speeds , likely a coincidence. Do I have to replace the whole canister now? However there are alternatives see link below 1999 toyota Hey everyone.
I hope that this is helpful to you!!!. So if there is anyone that has a question. Pressure in charcoal canister and fuel tank does not drop during purge control 2 trip detection logic. I replaced the cap, more than once. This solenoid valve is used only for diagnosis, and usually remains opened. Given that you have the incorrect purge flow code and the control valve code together, my bet is that the vent control valve has failed causing the P0446 and is not opening to allow fresh air into the system to displace the air from within the system that is being pulled to the engine. The mechanic told me that catalytic converter is to be replaced.
So give them a call and hopefully you will get a detailed free advice! Next up is the overfill check valve on the gas tank. Its time for fun Im sure. So the search is still on. Recently it did fail the emission. Also had to drop the exhaust to wiggle it out. The gas cap is cheap to replace, so you can eliminate that as a concern if you do that.
One side of the connector on the valve has a plastic tang. I've been hunting down mine, 2002 4Runner, for a couple months now. I borrowed one of those scan tools from a co-worker and identified the error code as p0446 Evaporative Emmission Control System Vent Control Valve Circuit. This was about 1500miles ago. After those didn't solve the problem, I took it to the dealer for a diagnostic. Is a vacuum held for at least 1 minute? The car has no symptoms other than this and is current on all maintenance, but obviously it is a 10-year old car and so it goes.
Disconnecting the battery would erase the history fault as well but is not necessary since the light is off already. Check for other cracked hoses in the engine compartment connected to the larger intake hose or air cleaner box and the smaller ones connected to the throttle body. Then, it would go out again. Please help Thanks 2002 camry le V6 This ad is not displayed to registered members. This ad is not displayed to registered members. Any other ideas for me? Replaced charcoal canister with a used one, no fix.
Is the replacement of the charcoal canister a likely solution? This is what I was expecting. A FixYa rating from you regarding my assistance would be greatly appreciated. If you dont have a code reader be sure to leave battery un-hooked for at least 15 mins to erase code. Here is a link to an open forum you can go to, this will help you understand what it is, and why. Codes are P0441 and p0446.
And unhooking the battery does nothing if you haven't fixed the problem. Thanks This ad is not displayed to registered members. Sep 24, 2009 P0420 indicates you have a catalyst efficiency issue; replacement of the Air-Fuel Sensor should take care of that; The P0441, P0446 and I assume P0440 ; you said 446 twice, indicates a faulty or loose fuel cap; it is not sealing properly. A plunger will then move to seal the canister vent. Expect to pay 80-100+ for diagnostic charges. I know theyre evap codes but could use help diagnosing it out from there.
No clicking, but did draw a tiny arc. Check engine light came on yesterday. This solved my issue and be sure to not over-fill your gas tank as this leads to contamination of canister. If outside California you can use what you want. This ad is not displayed to registered members. Your cel is always going to be YellowOrange.