Had an open circuit purge valve code in Feb 2011 and that code was buried and not showing, ie no check engine when the shop hooked up the machine for an annual inspection. He cleared the code, I put a cap from one of the other 9000 we have and on the recheck it passed, then it came back after the turbo went to base boost when the brass fitting that connects the AIC to the front of the intake either leaked and then fell out. Fixed the brass tube into the intake an no codes at all. The check engine light was coming and going for months until I found and fixed the brass tube problem.
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