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    Quote Originally Posted by albertj View Post
    An indie near me did that... replaced purge valve... code is back.

    I'll be working on this further myself, it'll be a couple three weeks before I can get to it.
    More often, it’s the j-hose…which I would think would show up in the smoke test.
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    Thanks, and I should be able to check that. I'll need to get/rent a smoke machine, I think. I wonder if this one would actually work:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/115265811970

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    I get the evap small leak code a couple times a year. Using VIDA/DICE, I cycle the purge valve 3 or 4 times and it is good for another 6 months.

  4. #14
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    I **finally** found the leak. Rear wheels off, the aluminum vapor piping near the fuel filler.

    Sheesh.

    Albertj

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