2002 Chrysler 300M "vacuum leak" Questions

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...vacuum leak found IAC FULLY SEATED IS THE FIRST CODE THEN P0455 EVAP SYS BIG LEAK was the fuel fill cap ever left off or fueled while running. this would trigger that. a big leak could possibly be a ...

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...Vacuum/Fuel Pump Tester Kit If there is no leak, then the problem can be a storage canister or a defective purge solenoid. AS THIS IS A 10 YEAR OLD CAR I WOULD GOTO A MOTOR FACTOR SHOP AND ASK FOR ...

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...vacuum leak. A vacuum leak will cause a high idle because the intake is pulling in more air than it thinks. Air is drawn in from the air box and THAT air passes through a mass air flow sensor. This ...

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common causes for codes p0441 getting code p441 could be caused by evap purge solenoid vacuum line loose leaking or restricted, evap purge solenoid faulty, evap purge vacuum line to canister leaking ...

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...vacuum leak foundcheck all the vacuum hoses going to the upper intake manafold if all hoses check out ok then replace the idle air control valve.the onboard computer syatem can not control the idle, ...

...master cylinder. The power booster had a vacuum leak which caused the master cylinder to not release. Eventually, it developed a small leak at the rear seal. Better to replace both at the same

...leak to see how the o2 sensors respond to it codes referring to lean on a bank can mean leaks at manifold /exhaust, HO2S sensor, vacuum leaks. It also means faults in the fuel system---low pump ...

vacuum leak open the hood and look for loud hissing noise or soft or broke hoses I had issue with starting and light.  It ended up being bad fuel injectors that were leaking fuel into the engine,

...vacuum leak in the shut off circuit. Remove all molding around your ignition switch. As you look at the bare unit, you'll find two vacuum hoses. Check to see if one has come loose, or is clogged. ...

...is either a 2003 300M with a P0442 code. This is either a vacuum leak EVAP cannister hose or vent solenoid. How do I determine which it is and fix? my clarification is a solution sorry dropped ...

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