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We recommend using a factory fuel tank pressure sensor replacement part and checking for any applicable software updates for the power train control module (PCM).
After replacing the fuel tank pressure sensor, we recommend performing a complete drive cycle test drive to verify that the evaporative system is functioning properly.
The most common symptom for a defective fuel tank pressure sensor is an illuminated Check Engine Light triggered by one or more evaporative system fuel tank pressure sensor related codes. Usually, there are no noticeable engine performance symptoms associated with a defective fuel tank pressure sensor.
Evaporative system diagnosis can be difficult and trouble codes can be triggered by sensors and components other than the fuel tank pressure sensor.