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Unread 02-15-2009, 09:55 AM   #1
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Charcoal canister swap from 96-98 ZJ

Noticed the charcoal canister is cracked open on my 5.9 from a fended bender (or maybe off-roading?) by the previous owner. Looked at the one on my 96 ZJ (V8) and noticed it's cylindrical in shape but the 5.9's is rectangular...will they still interchange and is it easy to remove/install this part? Also, I noticed on both with the CAI installed that you can hear a knocking sound coming from the that normal?


edit: hose fittings appear the same, hopefully the bolt holes will line up, will give it a shot tomorrow.

1998 Bright Platinum 5.9, 242 swap, go-fast goodies ,and 3" exhaust w/Super 40, SCT Tuner, 4" hybrid lift, 33" Claw TTC Radials

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