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Old 03-04-2019, 08:56 AM
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Also looking for info on this. What’s the proper way to remove the rear evap and charchol canister near the gas tank?
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Old 03-04-2019, 09:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Scigheras View Post
Won't you run into issues having the EVAP solenoid vent port capped off? How will the fuel tank be able to vent now?
I currently have a filter over mine... More like a zip tie and rags as I was short on time when I put it all back together. I do plan to put a fuel cell check valve with filter on it this year.
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Originally Posted by F1TwoThousand View Post

can this be removed and simply capped?
@F1TwoThousand did you ever figure out what to do with this?
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I removed mine. The section coming up from the tank is capped with a filter, however, I plan to pick up a one-way check valve as well.
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Originally Posted by yamahaSHO View Post
I removed mine. The section coming up from the tank is capped with a filter, however, I plan to pick up a one-way check valve as well.
There is a filter in the line somewhere? Or you put a filter on the line so it can breathe? Seems like there should be some type of breather filter on there after removing that solenoid?
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