2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue Evaporative Emission System Set Procedure

2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue V6-214 3.5L VIN H SFI 

Computers and Control Systems: Testing and Inspection Procedures

Evaporative Emission System Set Procedure


Extreme high or low ambient temperatures may prevent the EVAP System Tests from initiating. Performing a visual inspection prior to running the EVAP Service Bay Test may prevent having to repeat the test. A loose fuel cap may cause a Service Bay Test to abort or fail and prevent the I/M System Status from updating. A failed or aborted test will require the vehicle to cool down in order to meet the enable criteria to run another test. ...


The numbers below refer to the step numbers on the diagnostic table.

1. Perform the I/M System Check before performing this test. Failure to do so may result in difficulty updating the status to YES. See: Inspection/Maintenance (I/M) System Check

3. This step is to determine whether or not the EVAP System Test has passed. If the system is operating correctly, the scan tool indicates that the system has passed and the I/M System Status updates to YES. If the EVAP Service Bay Test aborts because of lost enable conditions, the test can be repeated once the enable criteria is met.

4. A failed DTC during the EVAP Service Bay Test may not appear in the DTC Information display on some vehicles. The Service Bay Test displays an indication of which test failed as a directive to the appropriate service information. Some vehicles will display the test as aborted and the first failure of type B DTC appears in the DTC Information. Download File PDF

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