EVAP Purge Valve
One component of Evaporative Emission Control (EVAP) system is the purge valve. As the name implies, its function is to purge (or release) fuel vapor stored in charcoal canister to the engine by means of solenoid valve controlled by the ECU. The fuel vapor stored in the canister comes from the fuel tank as the vapor is prevented from escaping into the atmosphere.
Experiencing any of these symptoms? These are due to faulty purge valve solenoid
- CEL is on (valve open too soon or too late than expected)
- high fuel consumption (value stuck close)
- lean air-fuel ratio (valve stuck open, CEL is on)
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