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BadSeed
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BadSeed Sep 5, 8:47am - #266901 
2000 White Toyota Celica GT
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Utah
Need some advice

As some of you know my CEL came on a little bit ago. I got the code pulled and it could be any of the following...

1. Hose or tube cracked, hole, damaged or loose seal.

2. Fuel tank cap incorrectly installed

3. Fuel tang cap cracked or damaged.

4. Vacuum hose cracked, hole, blocked, damaged or disconnected.

5. Fuel tank cracked, hole, damaged.

6. Open or short in vapor pressure sensor circuit.

7. Fuel tank over fill check calce cracked or damaged.

8. ECM

Now i was wondering how you would go along checking the vapor pressure sensor and vacuum hosing. Any advice is appreciated.

Thanks
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Haulin_A_Doo
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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 5, 1:43pm - #266902 
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Wow, that's crazy stuff. Check the gas cap first.

Reset the ECU & see if its a fluke or if its a real problem.
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BadSeed
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BadSeed Sep 6, 12:01am - #266903 
2000 White Toyota Celica GT
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Utah
ok thanks, i'll try that.
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DiabloGTS
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DiabloGTS Sep 6, 12:03am - #266904 

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probably have a bad gasket on your gas cap. A whole new cap is like $12, pick one up. Might fix it, might not, either way it's a good item to replace. wave

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