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Old 04-11-2017, 01:53 PM   #1
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2004 VUE 2.2L
Default P0455-is it worth diagnosing?

I just got an 04 Vue 2.2 FWD 5 speed in really nice shape, just under 160k, runs like a top. That being said, it is throwing a P0455 code. I've already replaced the gas cap with an OEM AC Delco and cleared the code. CEL came back on less than 100 miles later. It's running fine, I'm not smelling any major fumes, and it's the only code showing, after doing some research and seeing others go nuts trying to find the leak I'm wondering if it's even worth trying to diagnose or if I should just leave it be? How hard is it to visually check the EVAP system (canister and hoses)? I'm currently displaced and staying at a hotel without any way to jack the thing up. I know you guys have some insight into this!


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