Question about Dodge Caravan
P0700: EATX Controller DTC present
P1684: Battery was desconnected
P0442: EVAP leak monitor medium (.040). Leak detected.
P0455: EVAP leak monitor large. Leak detected.
P0456: EVAP leak monitor small (.020). Leak detected.
I suggest check the lines and flow it down to the ldp (leak detection pump) that is just behind the steering gear under the van It has a wire connector and 2 large EVAP hoses. look for any split or crack then follow the lines back to the tank. Even a small crack is a leak.
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Posted on Nov 24, 2009
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