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I am trying to ascertain the location of the fuel purge vale on my 13 Evoque.
Do any of my fellow rovers have a picture of where that is located? Please!!!
 

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Pictures from the Factory Service Manual. I assume this is what you are looking for.

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Evaporative Emissions - GTDi 2.0L Petrol - Evaporative Emissions -
Component Location


1.Clean air purge 2 hose connection
2. Clean air purge 2 hose
3. Vapor purge 3 hose from purge valve
4. Double check valve
5. Venturi
6. Purge valve
7. Purge hose from charcoal canister
8. Clean air purge hose
9. Clean air purge hose connection with clean air intake upper duct
10.Fuel tank vent hose to charcoal canister
11. Fuel pump module (hidden)
12. Fuel tank breather pipe
13. Fuel tank breather pipe - upper
14. Fuel tank filler cap
15. Fuel tank filler pipe
16. Fuel tank assembly
17. Spider trap
18. Charcoal canister bracket
19. Charcoal canister
20. Turbocharger vacuum hose (Ref only)
21. Intake manifold
COMPONENT LOCATION NAS


The purge valve is located on the LH side of the engine, forward of the intake manifold. The valve is attached to a bracket which is secured to the FEAD (front end accessory drive) idler pulley bracket.
The vapor purge hose from the charcoal canister connects into the upper connection on the valve. The low connection provides for the attachment of the vapor outlet hose to the double check valve. An electrical connector on the top of the valve connects with the vehicle engine wiring harness.
The purge valve is a solenoid operated valve which is closed when de-energized. The valve is controlled by the ECM and is
operated when engine operating conditions are correct to allow vapor purging of the charcoal canister.
The purge valve is controlled by PWM by the ECM. At this frequency the pulses of purged fuel vapor flows into the intake
manifold in an almost continuous flow. The valve is operated at between 7% and 100% duty ratio, with the percentage
representing the opening time.

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Received your PM, but the only thing I can provide is the picture above of the purge valve itself. Never tried to remove any hoses from it. Sorry I can't be of more help.

From the manual:

NOTE: NAS stands for North American Spec

The EVAP (evaporative emission) control system reduces the level of hydrocarbons released into the atmosphere by fuel vapour venting from the fuel tank. The system comprises a charcoal canister, a purge valve and interconnecting pipes and hoses. The vent pipes are connected to the system components using quick release connectors.


On NAS market vehicles, the system is sealed and contains a Diagnostic Monitoring Tank Leakage (DML) pump to pressurize the system and check for leakage.
 

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I figured it out. You have to buy the part with all hoses attached its like a complete part number. Which makes it very expensive. Those hoses release way down on the chassis and in 3 other spots. Its like replacing half of the evap system all in one shot. Only way and it suks ass
 

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I figured it out. You have to buy the part with all hoses attached its like a complete part number. Which makes it very expensive. Those hoses release way down on the chassis and in 3 other spots. Its like replacing half of the evap system all in one shot. Only way and it suks ass
did this fix your issue? if so what is the part number for the valve with hoses i cant find on any diagram anywhere. I bought the DMTL valve that is near the gas tank but would like to try and replace this one first before trying that.
 

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I just did this repair and its true you have to buy the valve with the hoses. Part number is LR045109 and it cost me $120 USD from the dealer and I changed it in half hour and I am not that mechanically inclined. Beats whatever the dealer was going to charge for the change.
 

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This is 2.0 Ford Ecoboost engine, most of the parts are the same.
 

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Hey Rane, not sure if u still have ur Evoque since this thread is old. I also changed my purve valve whole unit, gave me a code p144c. Cleared the code, but came back after second start on the Evoque. What was ur code when u replaced ur purge valve, and did the code disappear? Thank u.
 

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Hey Rane, not sure if u still have ur Evoque since this thread is old. I also changed my purve valve whole unit, gave me a code p144c. Cleared the code, but came back after second start on the Evoque. What was ur code when u replaced ur purge valve, and did the code disappear? Thank u.
Hello Dano, after the code came back did you ever fully resolved the issue to keep the p144c code completely gone? I’m about to replace mine with the same code?
 

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Hey Ecora, I cleared the code but it comes back every time I I start driving the car. The car runs great actually after the replacing the part, so I know that was the issue. I've done research and found out that since the code has been there longer than 6 months, I guess it's already in the memory of the ecu/ecm. I've heard the only way to clear is it to have the ecu/ecm reset. I live in the Philippines, so it's expensive here. Maybe when u changed urs, and cleared the code, u might be able to ask the mechanic how to clear the code from the ecu/ecm main system. Good luck with ur code, lemme know any updates with it. Thanks.
 

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Hey Ecora, I cleared the code but it comes back every time I I start driving the car. The car runs great actually after the replacing the part, so I know that was the issue. I've done research and found out that since the code has been there longer than 6 months, I guess it's already in the memory of the ecu/ecm. I've heard the only way to clear is it to have the ecu/ecm reset. I live in the Philippines, so it's expensive here. Maybe when u changed urs, and cleared the code, u might be able to ask the mechanic how to clear the code from the ecu/ecm main system. Good luck with ur code, lemme know any updates with it. Thanks.
Hello Dana
Today I replace the the purge valve that comes with the hose assembly (part#LR045109). But when I tried to clear the code with my $200 scanner it would not let me. I also tried disconnecting the negative cable to the battery and left it touching the positive(drain residue power).i left it for an hour and it still would not clear. The check engine light went off but the scanner was reading still reading P144c and P008a. I think you are on to something with the dealer needing to clear it. Not sure if they have to do something special that we can’t but I will be taking it to the dealer tomorrow. I will keep you updated.
 

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Hey Ecora thanks for the reply. Nice u got that purge valve assembly replaced. Ya mine I could clear it with my scanner, but it comes back on a drive after 10 minutes or so. I believed the dealer has to clear it from their computer inside the ecu itself. Wish I had a dealer here, where I could have them to it. Maybe the dealer will give u different way to clear the memory without having the dealer use their computer. I have attached a code sheet from topix regarding ur other code p008a, see if their advice can help u. Lemme know any updates, thanks and good luck.
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