No that's the solenoid that turns the vacuum on to the combination valve I was telling you to see if it's holding vacuum.I highly doubt it's that solenoid I have never replaced one for that code.I seen people guess they are bad and replace them and still get the code back. It's going to be hard to find one there can't be that many new ones out there and there not going to make a aftermarket one. It way more likely that you have a bad combination valve or plugged up air injection ports or a bad vacuum supply line or something along those lines. The first thing I always check first is the vacuum supply line and the combination valve. That's mostly what I have seen set those codes.
Thursday, September 22nd, 2016 AT 10:50 AM