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\015 I just got my inspection sticker about 2 weeks ago and just two days ago my check engine light came on. Now my gas cap is a little worn, but with a little help it locks as it should, I took the car to Auto Zone and it they checked it with the machine and here is what they told me. EVAP small leak/no flow condition: The evaporative emission system is monitored for it's ability to hold vacuum. Probable cause: Defective or loose fuel cap, EVAP canister or hose cracked-not connected, Purge or vent solenoid defective, Vacuum leat at engine. I have no money to get this fixed right away, will I by driving it mess up my engine. Please help. or should I for now get a new gas cap?\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 01-06-2020

Answers :

Hello Reina.
It isn't going to hurt anything unless your fuel tank is leaking fuel. In which case you should get it fixed.
It could be a fuel cap and if it seems loose or worn you should replace it anyway. It may cure the problem.
It may take a while for the light to turn off though, as it will need to run the test and pass before it goes out.
If you need more help, leave a message and I will return to assist.

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