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    If anyone cares, this was my stepwise process: ...

    If anyone cares, this was my stepwise process:

    1. Idle air module/valve.

    2. Purge solenoid valve

    3. Vapor canister

    4. Had a dry rotted elbow from VC to intake.
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    Gas cap was first fix. Obviously didnt work. ...

    Gas cap was first fix. Obviously didnt work. Thanks for the vote of confidence.

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    This was an issue a while back. Looking into it....

    This was an issue a while back. Looking into it.

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    I've cleared them numerous times. I had a...

    I've cleared them numerous times. I had a different guy use his scanner and it finally came back as evap. I replaced the purge solenoid and still on. Next step is vapor canister.

    Sent from my...
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    I'm telling yall....there is no code active,...

    I'm telling yall....there is no code active, pending, or stored. Once I had a check engine light on intermittently because of an electrical component that needed to be replaced in the dash itself. ...
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    I've used a cheap scanner and had a friend use...

    I've used a cheap scanner and had a friend use his professional grade scanner. No codes.

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    Stubborn Check Engine Light

    My check engine light has been on for about 2 and a half months now. First, I had no codes but changed my gas cap out: no change. Next, I actually threw codes for idle air intake so I replaced...
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