Does Chevy's Emissions Warranty Cover the Purge Valve?

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Herman Miller
Herman MillerAuto Insurance Specialist

Posted on Feb 25, 2023

Yes, Chevrolet's emissions warranty does cover the purge valve. The purge valve is responsible for releasing fuel vapors from the fuel system into the engine, and if it fails, it can cause a decrease in fuel economy and increased emissions. Chevrolet's emissions warranty covers the purge valve and other components of the emissions control system for the life of the vehicle.

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