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Gm evap service bay test criteria

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30 Nov 2019 09:59 #35437 by autojoe
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Looked in service info trying to find out enabling criteria for running test. Won't let me do test. Coolant temp too high. Has to be 158 degrees f. I also think gas level 15-85 %. I have full tank. Thanks in advance. Joe

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30 Nov 2019 12:56 #35439 by autojoe
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Found info on gm si. Thanks

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30 Nov 2019 17:57 #35447 by Tyler
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Yeah, it's kinda a pain to run that test. :( Plus there's a driving component after the service bay section. Last time I ran this test took about 45 minutes altogether...

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30 Nov 2019 18:24 #35449 by autojoe
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Thanks Tyler. I did before ran smooth. Lucky I guess. Took a while. Forgot what criteria.

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