Re: "Canister Close Valve" 1999 Hyundai Accent GL
So if it's easy to get to and replace. Why'd I get billed for 2.5 hours at $80 an hour?
I was wondering how long it took to hook up the car to the code machine, do a leak test
after getting the "major leak" code, then smoke test, then bench test the part, then replace the part.
Does that sound like 2.5 hours of work?
Cause I thought these "codes" were suppose to narrow things down?
I'd have never gotten the work done if I knew it was one of those "California Emissions"
problems that seem to be causing all these check engine lights to go on but not effecting how the car runs. Although if that happens(i.e. "check engine" light comes on near inspection time, next month for me) the state inspection fails. I only brought it in because the car started to shake a few days later...although it was because of rear tires needing replacement, I thought the two things were related somehow.
"Check engnine" lights are padding alot of service repair shops income.