Nov 11, 2012 Well lets see - resetting the Check Engine light will not, in itself, have anything to do with now not having any heat from your heater. Please or to join the conversation. Then add a tie strap. P0685Engine Controls Ignition Relay Control Circuit P0686 Engine Controls. Not every code sets the Service Engine Soon light, and some of these. If there is anything that you feel like you could add, please feel free to leave a comment below.
Just ship it here: South Main Auto Repair 47 S. Check the sealing ring for breaks, dents, or dry rot. It should click once, or on some models it may click repeatedly. The information contained on this site is presented for informational purposes only. I can clean and lube the o-ring on the gas cap just thought about that this morning I can replace the gas cap I can replace the canister vent valve solinoid if I have to ugh I can replace the purge valve hanging off the rear of the intake I'm not a mechanic, just like to work on my own cars when possible.
Pay extra attention to your tank level and make sure you are not leaking fuel. Due to factors beyond the control of South Main Auto Repair, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. The purge valve solenoid is supplied switched battery voltage. At worst, it could cost you an engine. What exactly did you replace? Check for interference between the internal vent tube and the sender float arm. There may be no drivability problems at all.
If you know where the sensor is, you only have to unclip the old sensor and replace it with a new one. Spark plugs typically need to be replaced every season or 25 hours of use. Please or to join the conversation. I metered the solenoid contacts and had infinite resistance. Please or to join the conversation. You could have a fuel leak.
How do you troubleshoot code P0455? Is it worth taking it to a shop for a smoke test? This gasket can dry out, especially with vehicles that spend their time in dry climates. It is often accompanied by P0442. I wanted to make darn sure before I dropped the tank. P0455 Diagnosis- Pontiac G6 A mechanic has a wide range of instruments at his disposal to diagnose what would be causing the P0455 in your Pontiac G6. I did not want to fight with getting the hoses off for hours so I carefully cut the solenoid tubes loose from the solenoid assembly. Care must be taken not to cut the hose, tank or wiring. At worst, it could cost you an engine.
Install a new O-ring seal on the sender and re-install the sender assembly into the tank. If your are for a different car, select that vehicle series before searching for the diagnostic codes because not all used by one manufacture are used by the other makes. This means that regardless of which make or model of vehicle, the code will mean the same thing G6 or not. You may notice the slightest dip in fuel economy as well. I popped the hood real quick and looked at the solenoid on the back of the intake and didn't see an issue, and inspected what hose I could and didn't find any obvious cracks, splits, etc.
The currently selected is for the Pontiac makes. Look up the other , please use the search box. Good luck figuring out what is causing your Pontiac G6 to throw the P0455 code. Gasoline is a toxic substance, which has numerous health and environmental effects that are less than desirable. If your spark plugs look good, problems with your ignition system can also preventing a spark. However, an oxygen sensor is easy to replace on many cars and is usually detailed in the owner's manual. I was able to replace it myself without dropping the tank.
Later, when the engine is running a purge control valve opens allowing intake vacuum to siphon the fuel vapors into the engine. The most likely cause for these two codes is that the emissions control evaporative canister vent solenoid needs to be replaced. I crawled back under again today and re-did the resistance check on the vent solenoid and it was open. For reference, I checked the resistance on the purge valve solenoid and it was at 22 ohms, so that's probably where the vent valve solenoid should be. In this video we have a look at the whole system from the canister vent, fuel tank pressure sensor and the often over looked purge solenoid.
One of the most common trouble codes with the Pontiac G6 is the P0455 code. If you are getting that message, plus a P0455, it may save you a ton of time and money to replace the fuel cap and see if it goes away. Your gas mileage will also be terrible, so you should try and fix it as soon as you can. This will cause the P0455 code. At best, it could wreck your catalytic converters, making it extremely expensive to get through an emissions inspection.