Could be your converter had my checked that's what it wasHi guys, I have recently purchased a 2007 Dodge Nitro 3.7 SXT with 133700 miles on the clock. After 2 days of just enjoying my Dodge, the dreaded check engine light came on, turns out its a small evap leak. Although only a minor issue, it’s still very annoying. So straight away I replaced the gas cap hoping for a quick fix but sadly the light is still on. I found an old thread on here with regards to replacing parts to resolve this issue but wanted to start a new thread in case anyone can please help with information on roughly how much these parts cost? is it an easy fix? or is it quite a few hours of labor if i took it to a mechanic in a shop?
Any help much appreciated!
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