2004 Yukon Denali Evap purge canister & valve solenoid

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Replacing Vent Valve Solenoid & Purge Valve Solenoid (EVAP Valve) 2005 GMC Yukon
When you get a check engine light, your parts store can test it with a little electronic device - ask for the check engine light tester. They go by many names, but look for EVAP Valve or Vent Valve/solenoid & Purge Valve/solenoid. The one in the rear of the car, near the gas tank, is known as the "Vent Valve Solenoid Canister." The one in the engine compartment is called a " Purge Valve Solenoid." Replacing the one in the engine compartment did the trick. I'd start by replacing that one first then test it. Cost: $25.97 Vent Valve Canister (fuel tank one) $35.72 Purge Valve (engine compartment one) TOTAL: $61.69 GM Dealer quote: $281.00 I saved $219.31





How to Replace the Evap Vent Valve on a 2000-2006 Chevy Tahoe/Suburban (Code P0449)
Brian Eslick from How to Automotive http://www.howtoautomotive.com/ takes you step-by-step through the process of replacing the evap vent valve on a 2000-2006 Chevy Tahoe/Suburban with side gas tank. You my have a error code P0449 that will need to be cleared with a scan tool. Affiliate link mentioned in the video for ACDelco 214-1091 GM Original Equipment Vapor Canister Vent Valve http://amzn.to/2hvRDgx Affiliate link mentioned in the video for Autel AutoLink AL319 OBD II & CAN Scan Tool http://amzn.to/2gD8E3Y Website For more videos, tips, and to purchase recommended tools and products visit my website at: http://www.howtoautomotive.com/ Stay connected at: Email: howtoautomotive@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/How-to-Autom... Google+: https://plus.google.com/+HowtoAutomot... LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-esl... Disclaimer Owing to factors beyond the control of How to Automotive/Brian Eslick, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modification of this information, or improper use of this information. How to Automotive/Brian Eslick assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any information contained in this video. How to Automotive/Brian Eslick recommends safe practice when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jacks and jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemical lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Because of factors beyond the control of How to Automotive/Brian Eslick, no information contained in this video shall express or imply warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not How to Automotive/Brain Eslic





Automotive Evaporative Emissions - Part One
From www.autofixworld.com: Part One of a two-part video describes how onboard monitors test vehicle fuel containment systems for fuel vapor leaks. Three types are discussed: pressure test; vacuum test; and natural vacuum leak detection.





Knock Sensor Replacement 2004 GMC Yukon 5 3 L Engine Final
This video covers the replacement of the knock sensors and knock sensor wiring harness on a 2004 GMC Yukon. This was trigger by the setting of a P0332 code. Regretfully the sun went down during the process making the end of the video a bit dark.




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