Having problems with your 2001 Dodge Caravan ?

Evap emmision control leak (small) and (large) Where do I start and where does it end. Should this go to the shop. I don't have a smoke machine and when I get the bill I will think the service provider didn't either. Is this something I should tackle. I changed the gas cap, and thats when the large leak popped up. HELP.. new costs to much

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 20-09-2021

Answers :

The vapor lines usually crack where they meet a plastic or metal line attachment. Where the line has to swell a bit to fit the other line is where the small crack occurs. You can feel each line at these points and find the crack. It will feel smooth all the way around and then a rough spot. Check the lines going to the service port under the hood,near the purge solenoid on the right front, and then follow them back to the canister looking closely at each connection. A large leak is usually pretty obvious with this method of search. On the caravan it is best to remove the air filter box to get the best access of the engine side line. I hope this helps.
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