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12/07/11 Problems with vent valve circuits on GM trucks

Most techs know that modern GM trucks and SUVs have more than their share of evap faults. Usually these are fairly simple in nature, but a new failure seems to be showing up in the electrical side of the system that can be a little tricky to pinpoint. Follow the link for complete testing information.

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