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Toyota Corolla Repair Manual: Circuit description

The vapor pressure sensor and the vsv for the canister closed valve (ccv) are used to detect abnormalities in the evaporative emission control system. The ecm decides whether there is an abnormality in the evaporative emission control system based on the vapor pressure sensor signal.

Dtc p0442 or p0456 is recorded by the ecm when evaporative emissions leak from the components within the dotted line in fig. 1 Below, or when the vapor pressure sensor malfunctions.

Hint:

Hint

: typical dtc output of each trouble part.

*1: Ecm may output some other dtcs combination.*1: Ecm may output some other dtcs combination.

*1: Ecm may output some other dtcs combination.

*2: Refer to dtc p0441 and p0446

Monitor description

The evaporative emission system consists of the vapor pressure sensor, the canister close valve (ccv), the vsv for pressure switching valve and the vsv for evap (purge vsv), those are used to detect malfunction in the system by ecm.

This test will run once per driving cycle when the ecm detects stable vapor pressure in the fuel tank. While the vehicle is being driven on rough or winding roads, the movement of the fuel in the tank will cause unstable fuel tank vapor pressures and the diagnostic test will not executed.

The ecm performs the following steps:

  1.  the ccv is closed. (Shutting the system)
  2.  the fuel tank pressure stability is checked. The diagnostic is disabled if the pressure change is more than specified value.
  3.  the vsv for evap is opened. This introduces a negative pressure from the intake manifold to the fuel tank.
  4.  the vsv for evap is closed and the negative pressure is sealed in the fuel tank.
  5.  the ecm monitors the increase in fuel tank pressure for:
  1.  rapid increase in the internal pressure i.E. A large leak: 0.040 Or more
  2.  pressure rise just above normal

If the ecm detects either of above conditions, it will interpret this as a leak in the evap system. The ecm will illuminate the mil (2trip detection logic) and set a dtc.

Monitor strategy

Typical enabling conditions

Typical enabling conditions

Typical malfunction thresholds

Typical malfunction thresholds

Monitor result (mode 06 data)

Monitor result (mode 06 data)

Refer  for detailed information on checking monitor status.

Refer  for detailed information on checking monitor status.

Evaporative emission control system leak detected
Dtc p0442 evaporative emission control system leak detected (small leak) Dtc p0456 evaporative emission control system leak detected (very small leak) ...

Inspection procedure
Handheld tester: 1 Check fuel tank cap assy(check that fuel tank cap is toyota genuine parts) 2 Check that fuel tank cap is correctly installed 3 Inspect fuel tank cap assy 4 Check f ...

Other materials:

Precheck
1. Diagnosis system Release the parking brake lever.  check the warning lights. When the ignition switch is turned on, check that the abs warning light and brake warning light goes on for 3 sec. Hint: when the parking brake is applied or the level of the brake fluid is low, the ...

Symptom simulation
Hint: the most difficult case in troubleshooting is when no symptoms occurs. In such cases, a thorough customer problem analysis must be carried out. Then the same or similar conditions and environment in which the problem occurred in the customers vehicle should be simulated. No matter how ...

Onvehicle inspection
Notice: cold and hot in these sentences express the temperature of the coils themselves. Cold is from 10 c (14 f) to 50 c (122 f) and hot is from 50 c (122 f) to 100 c (212 f). 1. Inspect ignition coil (with igniter) and spark test  confirm dtc. Notice: if dtc is indicat ...

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