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Old 12-14-2012, 11:14 PM   #26
BugeyedBandit
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For anyone following, I finally solved my P0457 evap code/hard starting after filling the tank issue. You'll never believe it, but my evap line was plugged directly into the intake manifold! So the "vacuum leak" was really just my motor constantly pulling fumes from the tank. This also explains my hard starting after filling up issue. Tons of fumes and even a little liquid gasoline was being squirted into my intake manifold every time I put gas in the tank. The PO of my car was truly a genius

Evap line plugged directly into the manifold:


It was plugged into the fitting right next to the throttle cable mount:
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Old 12-15-2012, 02:02 AM   #27
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For anyone following, I finally solved my P0457 evap code/hard starting after filling the tank issue. You'll never believe it, but my evap line was plugged directly into the intake manifold! So the "vacuum leak" was really just my motor constantly pulling fumes from the tank. This also explains my hard starting after filling up issue. Tons of fumes and even a little liquid gasoline was being squirted into my intake manifold every time I put gas in the tank. The PO of my car was truly a genius

Evap line plugged directly into the manifold:

It was plugged into the fitting right next to the throttle cable mount:
Stupid knows no bounds... Wow... Lol it really sucks chasing problems caused by the previous owner.
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Old 12-15-2012, 04:21 AM   #28
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Haha yeah it does, but luckily it was a free fix. While I was in there I decided to make a DIY intake too, I noticed decent top end gains
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Old 12-15-2012, 10:15 AM   #29
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wow. guy prob thought he was being all smart lol. good thing you figured it out and got it fixed! its an easy mod if you do it the right way!
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