Canister Purge Solenoid?

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A Canister Purge Solenoid is the emissions system used to keep gas fumes from venting into the atmosphere. It is mainly used to control purge vapours in EVAP systems that do not do a leak test.
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A purge canister solenoid is typically connected in series between a charcoal canister and the intake manifold of an automotive engine. The solenoid cycles on and off and, in so doing
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On the driver side ,by the headlight. Looks like a C battery with 2 vacuum hoses and a plug on the bottom. A vacuum hose runs from the EGR i think to it.
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The information you are asking for varies depending on how the vehicle is equipped ie. ENGINE SIZE, AUTOMATIC or MANUAL TRANSMISSION, 2-WHEEL DRIVE, 4-WHEEL DRIVE, ALL-WHEEL DRIVE
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On the 3.1 engines it is usually on the back of the motor, behind and underneath the ignition coil pack. It may slide out of the bracket or need to be unbolted. Dont mix up the hoses
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A canister purge solenoid circuit is a system consisting of a purge that is connected to an intake port from a canister, which is found close to the edge of a ...
A purge canister solenoid is typically connected in series between a charcoal canister and the intake manifold of an automotive engine. The solenoid cycles on ...
[A] short wires across on plug read code then run car [read and note code] [B] unshort plug run car ,[read and note code ][C] replug back in solenoid run [note ...
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