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Old 06-21-2015, 03:57 AM   #1
Northwest97
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Default Fwd to awd impreza fuel tank swap

I'm swapping fuel tanks on my 94 impreza project to convert it to awd. Can the charcoal canister and extra wiring to the fuel neck be removed to match the simplicity of the fwd tank?

It seems like the awd tank has a lot of extra parts and I'm unsure of what can be deleted and what can't be. The awd tank is from a 98 OBS.
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Old 06-24-2015, 04:14 PM   #2
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Yes you can remove the charcoal canister and associated wiring and purge valves and hoses but you will probably get some evap codes that need to be deleted.

I used a 2002 WRX tank and all evap stuff, including the charcoal canister on my 94. I just removed the charcoal canister and still need to delete the codes.
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