Recently completed our first road trip (about 2,500 Kms round trip) and a couple of issues came up:
* The auto stop/start system stopped working (with a msg on the dash indicating to service it).
* Check engine light with code P0456 (very small evap leak detected). I have a scanner, tried resetting it, but it came back on after a few miles).
* Driver side sliding door tends to reopen after it has closed (minor annoyance).
It will be going to the dealership next week, anybody have any insight into any of these issues?
Yep. Just had my van in for 2 of the 3.
The Auto Start/Stop stopped working in mine and the dealer had to replace both under warranty as both tested as having gone bad. It's very surprising since we are only at 29k on odo, but at least it was taken care of and it's working now. For reference, the invoice I was given stated the following:
Cause: BOTH BATTERIES FAILED
Correction: SCANNED, P00FD LOW CHARGE. TESTED BOTH, BOTH FAILED. LOPS 08080103(0.4)08080110(0.5) 0.9
The Sliding door issue was happening very regularly for us in the past month, reopening about 2-4 times a day when closing, and typically taking 2 - 3 attempts to close the door before it would close. The dealer indicated an update needed to the sliding door module according to a TSB. They did it for both doors. Again, the invoice stated the following:
Cause: TSB 08-027-18 APPLIES
Correction: UPDATED BOTH SLIDING DOOR MODULES PER ABOVE TSB. WORKING AS DESIGNED AT THIS TIME. LOP 08-027-18(0.2)
I haven't had the EVAP leak issue on this car, but it could relate to the gas tank seal, or at least something in that system. I have seen it on many cars before due to a faulty seal on the gas cap, but since we have the 2 door capless systems, it could be something with the seal there. It could also be an EVAP hose or something around the purge valve. At any rate, it should be something covered by the dealer under warranty if you're still covered and it shouldn't be too involved a fix unless there is something really wrong with the EVAP system, which is not common.