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p1443 where is the evap emissions valve?


I got a p1443 code from autozone and want to fix the problem myself. (p1443 is evaporative emissions valve) I have done a LOT of research on the internet but can't get to the charcoal canister/emissions valve itself. Any tips would be great - a walkthrough even better! Thanks!
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P1443- Evaporative Emission Control System/Vacuum System/Purge Control Solenoid or Purge Control Valve fault.
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ok i would need to know what year but knowing that that comes from an OBDII lol the canister is rarely the problem. check the ......dang i replaced em n forgot what they where called..... lemme check into it. but they are right up buy the fire wall on the passenger side. i belive i had pictures when i made a thread of this about 2 years ago...ill be back...lol oh and welcome to MM! its great here youll love it.
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replace the canister purge valve and the flow sensor next to it
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look familiar? lol I had the same problem a long time ago and i replaced the purge and the flow sensor and fixed everything... hope this helps...
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Thanks for the welcoming! Sorry, let me be more specific - I have a 1996 3.8 (v6) automatic trans. Ever since I bought the car (about 6 months ago) the c.e.l. has been on. Never gave a crap about cars till I FINALLY got my mustang! College student so I can't afford anything but a self fix. I have printed off enought info to fix it myself (packets of walkthroughs/ descriptions)
The Problem: From what I know - and you guys confirmed this - the valve I need to replace is in the passanger side fender wall. I just don't know how to get to it. Should I take off the fender and look? Or jack the car up and get under? What needs to be moved to access this valve?
Pics would be great if anyone is willing point at the valve in a picture or something. . . sorry about the length - Thanks!
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no no no...just open the hood...both purge and flow sensor are easy to reach from the hood. took me about 5min to change both.
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OH! Thanks 97 - That was driving me crazy, I had printed off a diagram that was kinda misleading... I'll post back once I try to clear the code. And I looked at your old posts, apparently on the SN95 the p1443 pops up quite a bit. Has anything else gone wrong with your 97 - cause I just had a headgasket goes about six months ago and the more I read that seems pretty common too.
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hasn't happened to mine. prolly because its a dohc and was hand built....
yeah that code comes up a lot. Ill go snap a few pics of where they are located for ya later on just check back here about 2-3pm and there will be pics...
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Yeah dude pics would be great! I'd really appreciate that - I took another look and still, I just don't know enough about cars to loacate the damn thing. But I think if I could just FIND it, I could fix it. Thanks again 97! I'll wait for your pics before touching my baby!
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oh sorry man i forgot to take pics today. i was putting on my sequenchers for my tail lights. ill go snap a few pics for ya...
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ok heres the pics... the purge valve assembly is the one im pointing at. the purge valve connects to the valve assembly by a vac line. you will see it right behind the passenger side strut about 8in away from the assembly. as shown up close in the pic. i recomened replacing both. the assembly cost around 35 and the valve cost around 20 or so. i think i payed 56 for both. it might of changed. but it is verry simple.
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Wow dude! Thank you sooooo much! I had located those very same valves reading forum after forum yesterday - but this confirms my findings. I REALLY appreciate you taking those pics. Me and my bro are replacing them within the week and hopefully I'll finally have a stang without that stupid cei! Thanks again - really appreciate that.

P.S. Never seen a cobra under the hood - that looks B.A.
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your welcome. I help when I can. if you liked them youll like these as well....

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