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post #1 of 8 Old 06-21-2021, 02:23 PM Thread Starter
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In the deep mud, tore my evap canister off

I heard a noise like "plop, plop, plop, ..." and I discovered that it had no canister evap.

I will order one but, can i bypass the 2 hoses and use my jeep while i don't have the new one? My evap canister is the round model, with only one inlet. 2 hoses arrive at that entrance.

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connect the two hoses together
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I connected the hoses together with a T vent.


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Why a T Polka? Where did the 3rd port go?


I was thinking using a straight barrel connector would keep dirt out of the tank and TB. And maybe still vent the tank into the TB.
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Why a T Polka? Where did the 3rd port go?


I was thinking using a straight barrel connector would keep dirt out of the tank and TB. And maybe still vent the tank into the TB.

It vents pressure that builds up in the tank.


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Why a T Polka? Where did the 3rd port go?


I was thinking using a straight barrel connector would keep dirt out of the tank and TB. And maybe still vent the tank into the TB.

It vents pressure that builds up in the tank.


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The T open to the atmosphere? Could dirt get into the admission?

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In the deep mud, tore my evap canister off

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The T open to the atmosphere? Could dirt get into the admission?

You can put a one way valve or filter on it. Or just connect the lines and try to find a vented gas cap.
I hooked the lines up with no vent and I noticed quite a bit of pressure build up in the gas tank from time to time. I'll probably just look fo a smaller canister that fits in the engine bay.

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It's actually vacuum that forms into the tank, not pressure

That being said, do what has been suggested above.

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