Q: Noise coming from the engine

asked by on February 08, 2016

I hear noises coming from engine, near the coil motor. I also got the P0455 OBD code.

The noise would need to be heard by a mechanic to determine if it is an engine noise, or ignition problem. The code P0455 is a generic code for a major emission vapor leak, and is most common to be that the fuel cap was left loose. I recommend having a mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, check the noise from the engine to diagnose your problem.

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