Toyota Solara Problem Report
Toyota Solara Check Engine Light Due to Failed EVAP Purge Control Valve
Check engine light illuminAte due to failed evaporation purge control valve - Visitor
intermittent check engine light and traction control light - Visitor
new motor was put in, factory new about 80,000 miles ago. runs great! the check engine light comes on, put it on little tester and it said its a evap deal. will get it fixed next week. im still getting 34 mpg. 30 miles 1 way to work on interestate. great little beater. - Visitor
vent solnoid pluged with dirt. Dust from road. Findly relocated filter under hood per GM repairs. No longer a problem. - Visitor
Same problem here. - Jmichael
Every year in the winter time. I have replaced 4 gas caps with no one able to tell me why. By the time I get to the dealer, the system is ok. Now that I know this maybe I'll replace the valve and hopefully be done with this irritating problem. Worst part of it, every winter I loose Traction Control/anti lock breaks. Great timing. Toyota-why do you have all this linked together so that one failure, we loose it all???????? Other than this, I love this car. - Visitor
Check that it's not just a worn gas cap! The EVAP code seems to come on if the gas cap is loose (s/one else said check the air filter hose too). I have gone through five or six gas caps, I don't know why they seem to fail (light always came on after the same downhill/sharp right turn -- maybe the air in the tank pops it at that point?). Do not let the dealer sell you a "decarbonization" (I did that and it did not fix it). - Visitor
Took vehicle to repair shop and had both lower control arms replaced, 2 tires put on with an al...
my check engine light blinks then it stays on then blinks again awhile later, and when i am going about 65 on the highway or i accelerate anytime it runs rough then it smooths out what could this be?
Both issuses happened at the same time.
My car seems to be missing while i'm driving it or sitting idle. My dad is attempting to check...