It's easier to pull the hose off actually, with it up in place. Well while I appreciate your offer and will more than likely take you up on it. What I was really wondering is if something else that's broken on the car might potentialy cause this. Just pm me and I will send you the info. We just now got around to repairing it to be able to get the car inspected. It is easily accessed in this particuar model, under the rear seat. I also suspected the connector and was all set to fabricate one but it tested out fine with my meter continuity test upstream through the conn to the contacts.
Sentra Vent Control Valve Location May 03, 2019 - Here are a few of best rated sentra vent control valve location photos on internet. Let's hope it lasts longer this time! A plunger will then move to seal the canister vent. Installed everything back and reset the light, been 300 miles since repair and the light was tripping every 50 miles. It is not uncommon to find the wires corroded apart a couple inches up from the connector on that model. We identified it from reliable resource.
Basically, you reach in and you turn it this way, then rotate it, and then it pulls out. I sprayed rock guard under coating on the outside of the heat shield but I am not sure if I should spray the inside. If your not a real slender person you'll have to jack it up. Your feedback is important and I'll appreciate your time and consideration if you leave some testimonial comment about this answer. It just goes back into the body like that.
To reinstall the new unit just reverse the directions. I installed the cap, cleared the code at Advance Auto Parts and a few days later the light came back on. While I was at it, I removed the charcoal canister. This code does not affect driveability at all nor gas mileage. I do it on here, on this 2005 Nissan Maxima. I will ship it to you for free. When you fuel up the tank, as the gas is entering the yank is pushes the air out through this hose to allow room for gas.
It looks like a tube with an electrical connection on the side at the top and the hose from the gas tank on the same side at the bottom. Jan 13, 2011 Could be the vent control valve. Does the vapour cannistor or anything else get hot as I do not want the under coat to burn off. For example some people say that if you see charcoal in the valve its a sign of a bad canister and it should be replaced. Now you should have the valve completely removed from the vehicle.
If there is you wont get a good seal and will get the ses light. First turn the ignition switch on and make sure one of the wires has power. So I find the valve and remove it from the canister. Your feedback is important and I'll appreciate your time and consideration if you leave some testimonial comment about this answer. Mine is 71k and just started to see this problem about a week ago. The ability to seal the vent is a necessary part of the diagnosis algorithms for other evaporative loss system components.
When looking under the vehicle you will see a silver metal 'heat shield'. What he said, everyone i know in human world that has a spec v has had this happen never had a p0455 in almost 250k miles. Thank you very much in advance! Is there anything else I should check before I throw it on, and a few months down the road its ruined again because of another problem I didn't know about. Have a flat head handy to disconnect the wire harness. It's most likely one of those or the canister itself is done.
I cleared the check engine light last night and today it came back again. Checking that it's closed and clicking a few times aren't exactly the same thing. If it is like my 2001 Nissan Sentra, there is a cover behind the drivers side tire. Nissan has had many problems with this valve and since have redesigned it. If you look inside the holes you will see a plunger and a spring, if the plunger is down and seated it means it is stuck closed. Nissan has had problems with these since they started using them. Hi, I'm Mike from 1A Auto.