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9/06/2009
07:07:48

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Just a follow up...
Now after driving about 60 miles some highway and mostly city and about a dozen starts the code cleared. I consider the problem fixed. It will probably come back after few winters when the contactor inside NVLD gets corroded again. But it's easy and quick to fix. My cost was $0 and about 2hrs my own labor, next time it will be much less time when I get to the right part immediately.



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9/06/2009
08:23:52

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Is there a problem with the way yours is sealed ? I see you expect the problem to come back - but most of us have never had any trouble with this. Mine is 3 years older than your and gets run on salted roads; but no corrosion problem there.

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9/06/2009
08:25:55

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Great tip from you if someone else might be having this problem, though !

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9/13/2009
14:14:23

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I didn't see any sealing issues, it looked clean inside. Somehow it just got corroded, humidity due to weather changes probably, and the truck have been sitting a lot, low miles but 6 years old.
Sitting most of the time down in the parking lot might cause things like this.
Because it got corroded I assume that it will get corroded again, but I don't think that will happen too fast.
Reason why I posted it, is that I rarely see physical solutions anywhere, just good guesstimates where the problem might be.



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6/04/2010
22:57:58

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I just had the smoke test done ($100)because I was getting the same code. The problem was the Natural leak Detection Pump($50) was bad and the air temp sensor($10). Took me 5 minutes to replace both so now we will see if the check engine light turns off after it cycles though. I have a 03 Dakota 4.7L



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6/05/2010
19:08:37

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So yes the light is off and emissions has me passed for this year



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6/17/2010
19:31:34

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I had this code and p0442 a few months ago. I replaced the hoses to the canister and the gas cap and everything was fine (I had 4 codes and they were all taken out with these). Well the other night a few buddies and I went to a baseball game and I left my truck in a well lit Kroger parking lot. We get back from the game and see that somebody had tried to siphon my gas. Today I get the p0441 code on the way to work and I check to see if anything was damaged from the d!ckweed and I see that the metal flap on the filler tube is messed up on the side. Could this make the code pop or could he have messed something up in the filler tube itself?



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6/08/2012
21:55:43

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Thanks guys! I was looking for an answer to my P0441 code & u guys gave me all the answers.Now I just need to figure out where all the parts are that ur talking about & get 2 it. I love my 2003 Durango. Thank u all!



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12/20/2018
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