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Old 08-31-2011, 03:53 PM
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Hello, My '05 pathfinder is displaying a EVAP PO455 code (large leak). I've replaced the gas cap and visually inspected the lines and they look like they are in good shape. I did notice significant corrosion (green in color) on two aluminum colored lines (fuel lines?). It looks like they were covered with a piece of rubber 2 in wide and fastened with zip locks. The corrosion has eaten through the rubber. If these are leaking fuel lines can this result in the PO455 code?? thanks
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The green corrosion you see on the aluminum lines is actually coolant leaking from your rear heater lines.
The po455 is probably a stuck vent control valve on the evap canister.
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