Here is what I recommend. Because the leaks can come from so many different places, they are hard to find. Contact your local shop and tell them you need to have the EVAP system fogged. What they will do is actually pump fog into the system at a low pressure. When it hits the leak, it will leak from the system and you can identify the problem. Otherwise, you will be looking for the problem and never find it. You can try to save time and money and have the fuel cap checked first. However, chances are it is fine.
Let me know what you find.
Thursday, May 13th, 2010 AT 8:02 AM