The Check Engine Light may illuminate due to a defective charcoal canister vent control valve. The charcoal canister is a component in the Evaporative emissions (EVAP) system. Our technicians tell us a failed vent valve will require replacement.
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The thermostat may become stuck closed, causing an overheating condition. Replacement of the thermostat will be required to correct this concern.
The fuel injectors can develop leaks on some models, causing the engine to run poorly or to become less fuel efficient.
The fuel filler door actuator relay can fail and prevent access to the gas cap.
The fuel gauge may read incorrectly due to a faulty sender in the tank. A failed fuel level sender will require replacement to restore correct fuel gauge operation.
The Check Engine Light may illuminate because the sensor that monitors the engine's intake valve timing stops working (Intake Valve Timing Control Position Sensor). Replacement of the failed sensor will commonly correct this problem.
Failure of the ignition power transistor can cause a "crank-no start" condition.