I had the same thing happen to me,after refuelling,it seems that the gas cap was not replaced tightly enough,this might be the same problem B)Originally posted by Renais@Dec 9 2004, 06:24 PM
I experienced the same thing on a test drive vehicle. (BRAND NEW!) Of course I decided to buy another one instead. <_< But my curiosity made me ask the service manager. He said they had a rash of them on Sedonas in 2003-2004. But rarely saw this on Serantos. Diagnostics pointed to the fuel temperature sensor used in emission control. Something to do with vapor pressure and venting, I assume. He didn't say what the fix was. Except he replaced the computer anyway, and it was still doing it. Sounds like they need better diagnostic equipment or troubleshooting charts to me. You might find answer in Sedona forum.