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Unread 04-03-2013, 02:07 PM   #1
nikondsindent
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20 gal tank bolt size/ EVAP leak

got a new sending unit and swapped out old one. but i need the screw size because 2 where lost.

89 jeep wrangler 20 gal tank (sending unit is the square one with 8 screws)

while on the subject anyone know if the two vapor ports on top of the tank(go to charcoal canister) would cause a evap leak if the two ports are loose or is that just so it rotates so the lines dont pull? if they shouldnt rotate how do i seal em or tighten them?


once i get this evap leak fixed its on to the smog and on the road

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