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Old 02-12-2012, 10:27 AM
tchavera tchavera is offline
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haha that's funny. i moved here 2 years ago from houston. normally with those things you have to reset the check engine light and then either it doesn't come back on and it's fixed or it comes on when it reads a fault again. you could try changing the gas cap, have an autopart store reset the light and drive to chicago. like leusent said it's not fatal lol. you will prob just get bad gas mileage. i know of people that never fix an evap leak. if you want, when you get to chicago you could just come to the shop i work at and we can figure it out for ya. no charge (assuming the gas cap doesn't fix it)
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