Yeah, that data is worthless. You’re missing all the important PIDs!
It won't. Wait what?I’ve never had any sap related codes I’ve even driven around for 30 miles (round trip) with the pump and the electric valve unplugged and I didn’t throw a code. When I was first chasing this down I read a lot on faulty O2 sensors especially if they have 100k+ on them so on principle I just went and replaced them since I was at 140k I went to a smog guy and he had told me to replace the valve that bolts onto the cylinder head and the electric one behind the manifold. This past fall when I was going on a gasket replacing spree I had noticed that the hard line that goes to the manifold had melted (I had already replaced it when I first got the car) when I bought the check valves I also bought the victor rein hose (just thought that it may be better plastic). My sap pump indeed does work. Everything is brand new on this system except the pump and the b&w check valve behind the manifold. I’m out of guesses and I’m running out of time.
Anecdotal evidence, but not proof a disconnected SAP does not trigger error codes and SES light.before I let my brother in law take the car I had been driving without it connected and there was no mil ever