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Old 11-14-2009, 04:45 AM   #1
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What is this sensor for? and do I need it?

Located under the intake manifold, goes from the inlet pipe to the vac line thats on the hard fuel lines

This is not my pic, best i could find online

the vac line keeps falling off and leaking on mine.

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Old 11-14-2009, 06:59 AM   #2
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purge/evap....
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purge/evap....
can i just plug the intake side and free vent this? after the purge valve that is.
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search titles in newbies, 2.0 and 2.5 for "purge" you'll get a lot of threads regarding what it is, removal, etc.

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can i just plug the intake side and free vent this? after the purge valve that is.


how many CEL's do you want????
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Old 11-14-2009, 10:35 AM   #6
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how many CEL's do you want????
if the fuel vap just vents to air.. how would that give me a cell? sensor would still be plugged in, feed would be there but hose from sensor-> inlet would be gone.

this would let me relocate the sensor and free up the space i need.
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if the fuel vap just vents to air.. how would that give me a cell? sensor would still be plugged in, feed would be there but hose from sensor-> inlet would be gone.

this would let me relocate the sensor and free up the space i need.
I don't think you want to vent fuel vapor into a hot engine bay. This device connects to the plethora of emissions equipment near the charcoal canister and gas tank.

You will get a CEL from one of the pressure sensing devices if there is no engine vacuum when the system needs it.
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