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Hello my name is ***** ***** than you for using just answer. Which engine do you have? I would first check the purge valve, see if it holds vacuum and pressure with a vac/pressure pump.
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The purge valve is the most common and least expensive part that causes faults. If it leaks down at all during a test with a pump and gauge, I would start there. If there is still an issue, we have to go towards the lines and leak detection pump. also, which 2.0 is this? a turbo and non turbo is offered, thanks.
purge valve. on or near the motor.