How Much Does an EVAP Smoke Test Cost?

The Evaporative Emission Control (EVAP) system is designed to store and dispose of fuel vapor built up in the fuel system of a vehicle, preventing the vapor from escaping into the atmosphere. Abnormalities in the EVAP system may lead to driveability problems and failure of the vehicle to pass the Two-Speed Idle test or Enhanced I/M evaporative pressure or purge test. EVAP smoke testers are used to check the system for leaks that affect the performance of a vehicle. EVAP smoke tests can be done through different methods that entail different costs.

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