P0446 EVAP Emission System Vent Control CircuitOk, I'll admit it. I'm a girl and know nothing about cars. I have a 2006 kia rio with the following engine codes...
What do these mean? How can I fix them cheaply? Thanks!
You need a scan tool!!Okay, call me goofy, but how or where to you get to see these codes?
I had a Fiat Uno before upgrading to the KIA.
I also have a the Code p0496 on my '06 kia rio. Is the purge solenoid attached to talve body or next to it? what does it look like, How do I test it? How do I clear the code, Remove the battery?P0446 EVAP Emission System Vent Control Circuit
-Probably the CCV (Canister Close Valve), this is located under the vehicle by the fuel tank.
P0171 System Too Lean
-Check your air intake boot, the boot between the air filter box and intake manifold. Due to the age, the boot has probably cracked. Remove it completely and flex it while inspecting it.
P0496 EVAP Emission System High Purge Flow
-Possibly the PCSV (Purge Control Solenoid Valve), this is located next to the throttle body.
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If your check engine light is on when the car is running....you HAVE to have a code!Check Engine light keeps coming on in my Kia Rio Cinco A/T. It does not start every time I fill gas. The car some times struggles (as if the engine is going to stop) to move if stopped at the signals. There was no error code logged in ECM. What could be the fault. Please provide me some information. Thank you