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MK5 GTI EVAP Emission Control Sys P0441 - 002 - Incorrect Flow - Intermittent

Scuba

New member
Location
Beirut
Hello Everybody

i am receiving the below error on my GTI 2007 after clearing the error in less than 1 day it come back again .
i did the output test of the N80 i can hear it properly so any other part to check ,as i cant find any leak

1 Fault Found:

001089 - EVAP Emission Control Sys
P0441 - 002 - Incorrect Flow - Intermittent
Freeze Frame:
Fault Status: 00100010
Fault Priority: 2
Fault Frequency: 1
 
Location
Pikeville, KY
Ride
Subaru
i have a p0442 and p0455 sometimes. i have replaced the n80 and that didnt help. there are a few hoses that are around there and a canister too. try taking the hoses off and blowing through them to see if theyre are clogged up. also, it could be as simple as a bad gas cap seal

ive had my errors for 2yrs. good luck
 

Spectre

New member
Location
Atlanta
can you point me in the direction on how to do this. id like to do it too
Sure. Once I figure it out I will. It can be done. My TT/1.8T buddy does it to all his cars. I've capped off the purge valve inlet which eliminates EVAP. Now I just have to remove what's not necessary.
 

mfractal

New member
Location
Brazil
In my experience replacing the canister resolves the P0441 error 99% of teh times.
I do wish there was a DIY on EVAP delete!

Tapatalkin'
 

eurocars

5/17/15 - Never forget
Location
Indianapolis
Ride
2006 GTI
Evap stuff is not easy to delete and the software has to be set for no emissions equipment. Its not really a DIY type of thing
 

eurocars

5/17/15 - Never forget
Location
Indianapolis
Ride
2006 GTI
16825/P0441/001089 - EVAP Emission Control Sys: Incorrect Flow

Possible Causes

Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Purge Regulator Valve (N80) faulty/jammed
Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Purge Solenoid Valve (N115) faulty/jammed
Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Sealing faulty
Pipes between Tank Breathing and Throttle Body leaky/blocked

Possible Solutions

Check Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Purge Regulator Valve (N80)
Perform Output Test
Check Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Purge Solenoid Valve (N115)
Check Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister
Perform Basic Setting
Check Pipes between Tank Breathing and Throttle Body
 

Spectre

New member
Location
Atlanta
My car had an EVAP leak and I unplugged it at the purge valve and out ran fine. I'm tracing it back from there and plugging it where need be and removing everything I can.

Fortunately I don't have emissions.n
 

ninohale

Dub 2.0
Location
Cincinnati
Ride
'06 MKV BMP
I've had this code for 2 years.... When you clear it does it start with a check gas cap warning?

Everything in my EVAP system has been replaced but the EVAP canister. Just haven't felt like messing with it.

I wish you the best if you try and delete the EVAP system from a MKV. Going to be a pain!
 

Robert aoun

New member
Location
Lebanon
Guys how to check the Evap purge control valve i have the po444 fault and my car lost all power the code say evap purge control valve (N80) circuit open-MIL on
 

Richipaldi

New member
Location
Mexico
Ride
09 GTI DSG
Hello guys. Look for the "How to replace N80 canister purge valve?" thread. Sanzio delivers a step by step charcoal canister cleanup. It fixes the P0441 incorrect flow DTC. The thread might help a few of you. The procedure doesn't apply for "leaks", however you will find other possible solutions for the "leak" issues. Good luck bros.


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vwengineer

Ready to race!
Location
Switzerland
Hi guys!

I am getting the same error over and over (only P0441 incorrect flow). Before it took time to show up in VCDS and did not trigger a MIL so I just ignored it. But now it is there frequently and often triggers a MIL ON when stuck in traffic for a few minutes with an hot engine. So it has developed progressively.

I ran the output test on the N80 and it seems to click well. Moreover I disassembled it and tried to blow through. There was quite a bit of resistance but I could still blow through (like if you did it on a functional closed thermostat) not a complete sealing but takes pressure to blow through. Not sure if it is supposed to be completely sealed or not?

As the issue was very intermittent and slowly worsening, I guess it is either a clogged pipe, N80 or saturated cannister or gas cap? The car runs good apart from that.

What would you say?

Thanks
 
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