It may not even be a leak, it could be a bad solenoid valve. Before you spend money on a pro do a quick visual inspection of all the hoses that are part of the evap system. Chrysler products of that era are pretty well known for deteriorating evap hoses. You'll probably see one or more of them that are visibly deteriorated. Give them all a squeeze, they should be firm like a normal vacuum hose. If they are soft and squishy they either need to be replaced or will need to be soon.
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They can be a pain to find. First get a new gas cap for $10. That might be the issue. Next it gets more complicated. I had that code for a while after I relocated my evap canister. I smoke tested it 3x and couldn't find anything. The small leak that throws that code can be a VERY small leak. I took all my hoses off, smeared vacuum grease on them, and reinstalled them and it went away.
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I replaced the gas cap, although it looked fine. I checked the hoses to the evap canister and they look good too. I pushed all the hoses on in hopes they'll seat if one was loose or something. Then I erased the code with my code reader. I guess I'll just have to wait to see if it throws the code again.
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