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09 Yaris hatch EVAP codes
so the car sega never ends. Anyway I got a different car. A Toyota. Yay, back in the family. Anyway, engine light comes on after 2 days of having it. Looks like the evap. But of course it's setting off 5 codes. It looks like there might be water in the canister. But I can't confirm that. Obviously something is amiss or there's a leak. The car runs and drives fine. My question. Should I even bother? It's a very expensive part. I see it when I look under the car. Something I could possibly do granted I don't know what I'm doing. But besides of running the risk of not being able to fill up my car properly (evap issues), can I just let it be? It doesn't effect drivibility, at least not directly. I know most people do. It seems like it's a big problem with other Toyota's.
codes are P043E, P043F, P2401, P2402, P2419.
Looking at the codes closely it seems like it could be a pump/valve circuit issue but I can't confirm that. Idk. I cleared the codes. I know that doesn't solve anything but eh! Car runs and drives good. Starts fine, accelerates fine. Is this one of those that progress and get worse? or just it pollutes lol.
Sorry if this is a repost, any suggestions or help or info helps!!!!!
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