What does purge valve solenoid do?

The canister purge solenoid — also referred to as an EVAP canister valve — is responsible for “purging” the EVAP system by acting as the switch that allows the vapor into the engine. When the purge solenoid fails, it will cause problems for the EVAP system, which will affect the vehicle's emissions output levels. via

How do I know if my charcoal canister is bad?

  • Check Engine Light On.
  • Issues Filling up The Fuel Tank.
  • Hissing Noise when you open fuel tank cap.
  • Fuel Smell Odor.
  • Failing Emissions Test.
  • Excessive Smoke From Exhaust.
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    What is code P0449?

    When the trouble code P0449 is set, this is an indication of the EVAP system vent valve solenoid malfunctioning which results in more hydrocarbons being expelled into the atmosphere. via

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