hey guys/gals. I am a new owner of a beautiful Reef Blue Metallic 2013 Beetle 2.0T. When I purchased it, the dealership had to replace the purge valve, and all has been mechanically sound since then. It runs fine, cranks fine, and drives fine. No loss of power. No gas smell. A few days ago my engine light came on P2450 and the code was saying it was a evaporative emission system switching valve stuck open. The dealer has told me to bring it back and they'll resolve the issue but my issue is that I purchased it from a Chrysler Dealer and NOT a VW dealer. I did call VW and they ran my VIN and told me that it checked out as clean on their system and showed as one owner out of California. I'm in Georgia. It has 78k miles on it. Should I be overly concerned about this? I was told that this basically means that the gas vapors are venting directly into the atmosphere rather than being pulled up into the into the engine to burned off. Does it pose a threat in terms of driving it daily?