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Old 03-02-2014, 04:45 PM   #1
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Does anybody have a diagram for the evap system for around the fuel tank area?

A couple years ago I deleted the codes for the evap system and pulled/plugged the solenoid and line in the engine bay. I was under the car sealing an exhaust leak the other day and decided to pull the charcoal canister and capped the lines.

As you can guess its a pita to now fill the gas tank. I see there are 3 lines that went to the canister. 1 3/8 size going to the engine bay and 2 1'' or bigger going to the tank.

Im kinda of confused on which one of the bigger hoses to open back up or both?

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here is the diagram the service manual gives, does say sizes but the one that comes up in the middle is it. i wouldnt just leave it open either it will spit gas when the tank is semi full to full



(1) EVAP Canister Purge Solenoid
(2) EVAP Canister
(3) Fuel Fill Neck/Fill Cap
(4) Rollover Valve/Fuel Tank Pressure (FTP) Sensor
(5) Fuel Tank
(6) EVAP Canister Vent Solenoid
(7) Vent Hose/Pipe
( EVAP Vapor Pipe
(9) EVAP Purge Pipe
(10) EVAP Service Port
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