That time, just turned on the heat in my garage and left it, code went away on its own. . I bought this truck 1+ years ago with 68,000 and the check engine light has been on ever since I bought it. Everything wants attention, enough to drive you nuts and spread you paper thin. Here's as much more detail as you're going to get: The first time the code kicked out, I was only doing normal around town driving. More than likely a corroded connector, see a lot of that with crap spread all over under the vehicle constantly exposed to road salt along with rusted out brake and fuel lines plus the parking brake cables. Need help with a P0452 code? Damn emissions, messing me all up.
I have a 2007 z71 gmc sierra newbody style with the 5. Got way to many doctor and hospital bills right now, but i do know those that do this for a living, need guys like us for their income and families. Anybody that has had this code issue and has fixed it please share any other ideas that could fix this problem. I know this is part of an emmisions code, some were in the tank purge? I now have 88,000 miles on the truck and the check engine light is still on but the truck has ran flawless. So thanks to all, and as soon as i can play with it it again i reply back to maybe help some one else. Then when the weather would be dry or hot the code would come back on. The information supplied by the fuel tank pressure sensor to the Engine Control Module is used in order to detect vacuum decay or an excessive vacuum during the diagnostic routine.
A busted canister or evap system leak would set a small - gross leak detected code. Major cure was to park my vehicle in a heated garage so it could dry out and if you happen to be using ethanol based fuels that gathers moisture, sure doesn't help. How serious is the P0452 code? But it can't do that if there are any leaks in the fuel system, such as the gas cap as already suggested, or it can be that pressure sensor itself. And the two times it popped up was on very cold damp days. You can manually check out the hardware, vent and purge valves sealing properly when closed, solenoids for operation, pressure sensor for accuracy, canister not blocked, wiring and connections all good and find nothing wrong.
Turn up your sound system if your hooked up from your computer to a sub-woofer. Should of left the damn thing in the showroom where it is protected. I then decide to try and tackle the code and get it cleared, I had the sensor replaced on top the fuel tank and a sensor replaced up by the engine. No skin off my back when some guy can fix his own car. P0452 Gmc Description The fuel tank pressure sensor responds to changes in fuel tank pressure. This can happen for multiple reasons and a mechanic needs to diagnose the specific cause for this code to be triggered in your situation.
They don't give you a disk when you purchase a vehicle. What's wrong with touching your purge valve, like you wife, kids, and pets, screaming for attention. Please use the form on our Contact Page to get in touch with us. NickD I figure you may want to make one of these for your cavalier. At this time, that pressure switch should be showing a minor vacuum.
Still I had no luck with clearing the code. But thanks to all for the help again! Remember, these are manufacturer specific codes only. I cleared the code and it came back instantly, now a week later code is still there, wont go away so I am going to order that fuel tank pressure sensor. Took mine off, cleaned it, poured some denatured alcohol to soften the neoprene, tested with on the bench with a 12 V power supply and a hand vacuum pump, and it smiled back at me, it wanted attention. So when that damned light comes on, give you a hint to what to look for. Wouldn't have these kind of problems with the vehicle sitting in a warm and air conditioned showroom. Don't get it, if you can do that, can also make your own food, no medical insurance covers it, and the price per room, mostly dependent on the view you get looking out the window is between 3,500 and 6,500 bucks per month.
When the vehicle is parked, one valve opens permitting gas tank pressure to release through the charcoal canister, have to do that or else with the heat of the day, the tank would explode due to fume expansion. Thanks for the info, I will get back with you all with the results. I check all the connections, they were clean, so I figure moisture was the problem, put it all back together and that code never came back until another cold damp day. This adds another complication to doing maintenance as your vehicle may need to be reflashed. What repairs can fix the P0452 code? And if you can do it yourself, why not. Now, i have a 2000 Chevy Blazer S-10 style 4. The funny thing is when we would have freezing rain or snow in the winter the code would go off? Then all the fancy carpeting with no place to wipe your feet.
Lately, my truck's been throwing out a code P0452 every couple of weeks and I was wondering exactly what to do about it. I did a google search on that code , you might want to also there is some good info on it every thing from Barometric Pressure to different voltages to and from the sensor. Light stop and go and I wasn't being a lead foot. I just can't get enough of seeing that video. P0452 as a solid code, ad a P0452 as a pending code, today i got 3 codes 1. There's definitely a huge loss of power when this happens and if I let off the gas for a few seconds it'll subside and the truck will finally upshift as soon as I give it some gas again. P0453 pending now its reading high pressure????? P0452 Chevrolet Description The fuel tank pressure sensor responds to changes in fuel tank pressure.