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This bulletin applies to 2019 Chrysler Pacifica vehicles built on or before June 18, 2019, and equipped with a 3.6L V6, 24-valve VVT engine. Customers may experience a MIL on. The technician may find various DTCs set:

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Toyota EVAP

Some 2014-2018 Toyota Corolla vehicles equipped with a 2ZR-FE or 2ZR-FAE engine may exhibit a MIL on condition with DTC P2420 (evaporative emission pressure switching valve stuck off). 

Toyota EVAP

Some 2014-2018 Toyota Corolla vehicles equipped with a 2ZR-FE or 2ZR-FAE engine may exhibit a MIL on condition, the DTC P2420 (evaporative emission pressure switching valve stuck off).

Camaro Pop

Owners of 2010-2014 Chevy Camaro vehicles may comment about an intermittent pop or multiple popping noises from the rear of the vehicle shortly after a cold start or EVAP purge event.

Dodge Dart MIL Fix

This bulletin applies to 2013 Dodge Dart vehicles equipped with a 2.0L engine and built before Dec. 21, 2012. A MIL may be on, with any of the following DTCs set: P000B (exhaust slow response Bank 1); P050B (cold start ignition timing performance); P2173 (high airflow/vacuum leak detected, slow accumulation).

Tricky Vacuum

This bulletin applies to 2012/2013 Buick Regal vehicles with the MIL on and with DTC P0442 set as current or in history (EVAP system small leak canister vent solenoid valve not sealing under vacuum).

Honda Reminder

This bulletin is a reminder that applies to all Honda vehicles. When installing a new fuel pump/fuel gauge sending unit in a Honda car or truck equipped with a plastic fuel tank, don’t forget to install a new fuel tank lock nut, base basket and fuel line retainers.

Fiat Software Fix

This bulletin applies to 2013 Fiat 500/Abarth vehicles equipped with a 1.4L engine and built on or before June 24, 2013.

Ram Is Too Cool

This bulletin applies to 2012 Dodge Ram 2500 trucks equipped with a 5.7L engine and 4-speed 42RLE or 6-speed 65RFE or 66RFE automatic transmission.

EVAP Monitor on European Cars: Real World Diagnosis of DMTL Systems

On a business trip several years ago, I was in a country that has no emissions regulations. The hotel parking lot was filled with late-model rental cars, but cars parked on the street were much older and obviously well past their best years. The strong smell of gasoline on those sun-baked streets made it obvious that a functioning evaporative emission control system (EVAP) was not important there.