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Q: Won't start - P0410 and P1441 codes are on

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getting error codes p0410 p1441 misfire EVAP wondering which ones will cause vehicle to not start

My car has 72000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Although it’s very difficult to diagnose a problem like this without a complete inspection and downloading all error codes, at first glance, the P1441 EVAP issue may be the reason why you’re engine isn’t starting.

When the EVAP solenoid or valve is not working, excess pressure builds up inside the fuel tank and can cause fuel pressure issues.

To get your car back on the road, I recommend getting help from a certified technician, such as one from YourMechanic, to diagnose and repair the codes and assist with the starting issue.

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