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Old 05-05-2002, 21:01   #1 (permalink)
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CANP Failure????

Hey guys.
I have just received Diagnostic code '85' from my EA(6 cyl, MPI, Manual).

Code 85 - Canister output circuit check fail.
Cause of concern:
- Faulty solenoid
-Wiring harness
-ECU

I'm a little confused as to what exactly the 'Canister' is.
Are they referring to the Fuel pressure reg, or the ISC???

The problem I am experiencing with the car is a major power loss. It feels like low fuel pressure. At low revs, its ok (Under 2000rpm) but as soon as the revs go up, the engines pull stops, and the more throttle given, the more the engine dies out.

I have tested the pump, lines and filter and I'm getting good pressure to the injector rail.

I ran the car without the vacc hose connected to the Fuel pressure regulator and I notice no difference.. still poor power, no better, no worse.
With no vacc connected, will the fuel pressure be set at Maximum or Minimum?

Ill give a different ECU a go, but I doubt it will help.

Any help appreciated.
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I just tried a different ECU, same code, same pooblem. It's annoying me now :-(
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Carbon Canister?
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Old 05-06-2002, 00:00   #4 (permalink)
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Yer thats the one, I ended up figuring out what the solenoid was from. It's the carbon canister solenoid. For some reason the solenoid shit it's self. Anyhow, I replaced the thing and the error code has gone now.

However, I still have a power loss. The new solenoid helped a little, but the car still isn't right. I've tried 2 ECU's, and a shit load of other things.
I'll change the O2 sensor next. After that, I'll give the MAP sensor a go, and if it's still not back to how it was last Friday night after all this, i'm gonna scream.


Any other ideas???
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water in fuel, or dodgy fuel?

coil ?

ditributor bush?

blocked catalytic convertor?
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