Join Date: Dec 2007
Vehicle: 2000 Durango SLT+ 4.7
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It may very well have been the cap was just loose, and the code was simply never cleared. Ask the guy at the parts store (or a nearby shop) if they happen to have a cap tester. It's just an air hose attachment with a gauge that tests if the cap can hold pressure. If you cant get it tested, no biggie, just reset the codes and see if they come back. EVAP codes are simply for EPA emissions and have no negative effect on the engine, so if it comes back, there's no rush to make a special trip back to replace the cap, just grab one the next time you are near a parts store.
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fuck it, Im going to convert those to HID and stick them in my heads, fogs, tails, double heads, and my butt so I make a halo while shitting
It would be like a holy shit, and maybe one around my penis for that illuminating experience a girl has hahahaahahahaah
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