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Old 01-30-2009, 08:41 AM
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Default P0497 Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System Low Purge Flow

P0497 Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System Low Purge Flow This is the code my 2004 honda civic is showing me. Can any one tell me what i need to do or replace or fix. Any help would be great.



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Evap canister purge valve stuck. Prolly stuck closed. I'm not sue if you can replace the valves in those or if you need a whole canister.
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Check the fuel cap. It may be loose, missing, or the seal is damaged.
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Where is the Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System Low Purge Flow located in a 2004 honda civic? The smog repair want to charge me 700 to fix it. I think they are full of ****. I got to be able to do it myself. Plz help!
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Welcome. I have a honda civic 2010. What does it mean P145C. p0496 and how can I make
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Welcome. I have a honda civic 2010. What does it mean P145C. p0496 and how can I make.What place can you send me a photo or drawing of the installed
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Welcome. I have a honda civic 2010. What does it mean P145C. p0496 and how can I make.What place can you send me a photo or drawing of the installed
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