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Driving around today and engine light came on, scanned P0455, cleared it, about and hour later driving around again I get the same code. This is what came up in the scan.

Evap emissions
System leak detected
(Gross leak/no flow)

Fuel system 1
Closed loop

Calculated load
25.8%

Ltft bank 1
17.1 in.hg

Engine rpm
1626rpm

Vehicle speed
13mph
 

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What year, model, make and engine? :huh:
 

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P0455 is actually a code for the Suzuki Sport (1.8L engine). Is that what you have? If so, 'evap leak detected'. You may want to first check your hoses going to the EVAP canister, make sure you have the proper gas cap for the car, your fuel filler neck hasn't rusted away, etc.....
 

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Clean the gas filler neck and cap seal...

..... Philip
 

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Advice is still the same. Interesting that this code is NOT listed for the Sidekick 1.6 but only for the 1.8:
Suzuki OBD Trouble Codes –
 

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Probably gonna sound like a stupid question, but any tips on how to clean or not to clean it?
 

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Yes, when I clean my dishes, I tend to soak them in carb cleaner and then wipe them off - saves having to use any spices or flavoring when I put food on them!! :)
 

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If your LTFT is showing in in.hg then there is something awry with your scan tool.
 

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Got the code again today. This is what came up on the scanner.

Fuel system 1
Closed loop

Calculated load
42.7%

Engine coolant temp
168 oF

Stft bank1
2.3%

Ltft bank 1
0.7%

Intake manifold pressure
23.6 in.hg

Engine rpm
1046rpm

Vehicle speed
19mph
 

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Intake manifold pressure
23.6 in.hg
You must have been slowing down under engine brake..

Have you checked the emission vents and fuel cap and neck..

BEX: the fuel neck can be cleaned with scotch brite pads (just like pots/dishes), the cap cleaned with warm soapy water..and a brush..

... Philip
 

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BEX: the fuel neck can be cleaned with scotch brite pads (just like pots/dishes), the cap cleaned with warm soapy water..and a brush..

... Philip
Cleaning pots/dishes??? Sounds scary....:eek:
 
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