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I need to Replace Evaporative Emissions (EVAP) Control System Pressure Sensor.

(2001 Honda Civic)
in Mc Gaheysville, VA on December 07, 2012
How do you do this?
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on December 07, 2012
Replace the FUEL TANK PRESSURE SENSOR underneath car with canister and two-way valve. THEN when the check engine light comes back, diagnose circuit as globalhelper suggested. NORMAL value with cap off is 2.5V kill mouse that chewed wires or vacuum hose.
of Greg's Orange Auto on December 07, 2012
why are you changing it? do you have an eng code or light on?
on December 07, 2012
My check engine light came on. I have the DTC code P0453. My diagnostic scan tool said, "Replace Evaporative Emissions (EVAP) Control System Pressure Sensor." Thanks.
of Greg's Orange Auto on December 07, 2012
its telling u there is a circuit issue not necess the senosr is bad remember that
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