Van ended up with a slight transmission leak on the passenger side that we got fixed. Dealer found it, so ended up not being the cheapest way to get it fixed lol.
Are you able to increase the volume on your phone to help with the volume differential?Finally figured out how to stream (bluetooth) an audiobook from my android phone using the Libby app, to the factory head unit. Works well, and will be a bonus/alternative to the FM stations I normally listen to. I get audio books (free downloads) from the local library or the associated Ontario Library Service. This is great for long road trips, and the selection of downloads is impressive. I prefer fiction with subject matter being mystery/detective (John Sanford is a favorite with his Lucas Davenport lead character). The only gripe I have, is that I have to crank up the volume when I'm using bluetooth for this, and when I switch back to FM, I get shocked with the high volume before I dial it back down.
It happened to me 10 years ago and replacing the gas cap didn't solve the problem.I'll clear it again.
If it keeps coming back, I'll get a new gas cap and try that, as ours doesn't feel "tight"
Are you getting a P1684 code too. If so, it's a Autumn glitch.It happened to me 10 years ago and replacing the gas cap didn't solve the problem.
In the end, my original mechanic discovered and replaced the rubber hose connection (it was cracked) from PURGE SOLENOID to Service Center (vacuum system).
It never came back until now! It is located on the left side of the engine along with the air filter box.
What about the first time it happens in a long time? Do you get the P1684 code then, i.e. before you clear the code? Maybe you didn't notice.Of course, I do because I keep disconnecting my battery to clear it out... after 10 days or so it's coming back...
The first time it happened after 10 years was just a few weeks after I replaced the battery and P1684 was there...What about the first time it happens in a long time? Do you get the P1684 code then, i.e. before you clear the code? Maybe you didn't notice.
Cracked flange on the fuel pump assembly, maybe. Easy test is to fill your tank up and park on an uphill to see if it is leaking fuel out the back.
I thought I tried that right off the start, but in the last two days, it seemed to work. I'm guessing that there's a time lag when I use the phone's volume controls to when it affects the volume on the head unit - leading me to think that it didn't work the first time. But it's working now - thanks for that lead.Are you able to increase the volume on your phone to help with the volume differential?
I do remember a similar issue with ours actually.