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Old 04-27-2018, 09:31 PM   #151
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On my '08 STi, I slowly deleted everything regarding the evap system. At one point I just had the evap line going to the back plugged off. So, I'd say you could do the same and plug both spots on the manifold.


Thatís what I figured. Seems like the better route rather than a new manifold or swapping to a metal one
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Old 05-07-2018, 07:00 PM   #152
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My 2010 forester XT is throwing a P0453 code. everything I see points to changing the evap pressure sensor (42084FG020) but the pictures in the beginning of the thread have been removed. can anyone point me in the right direction?
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Old 05-08-2018, 01:04 PM   #153
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My 2010 forester XT is throwing a P0453 code. everything I see points to changing the evap pressure sensor (42084FG020) but the pictures in the beginning of the thread have been removed. can anyone point me in the right direction?


Chrome has an extension you can download to fix the broken image links. I donít remember exactly what itís called but just type in p500 broken image link fox and itíll pop right up and all the pictures will work again
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Old 05-30-2018, 09:34 AM   #154
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Old 09-27-2018, 11:37 PM   #155
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A helpful update for this thread - sometimes nipples can come flying off under pressure, as mine did driving through DC traffic during a morning commute, despite the ziptie! Oh noes!

I got down to troubleshooting - how to avoid the nipple -- use a plug. If you're like me and use a Perrin V2 turbo inlet, both 1/2" and 3/4" PVC plugs won't fit. I thought of ONE solution for a plug that doesn't look like crap, fits properly, and won't fail. There are many other ways to skin this cat, but this was what worked for me:

Alternatively, you can also get 1/2" plugs from Eldon James (same fittings Perrin Inlet uses), if you have more than one plug to plug up.



https://www.amazon.com/Eldon-James-P...2F2+eldon+plug
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Old 02-11-2019, 01:56 PM   #156
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Blue line goes from solenoid to pipe under manifold that carries fuel vapors. (from charcoal canister in back of car)
Green line goes from solenoid to manifold.


I know this is an old post. I've been trying to read the thread but the visuals make it clearer for me. Just to confirm, the blue line comes from a pipe under the manifold (that carries fuel vapors) into the solenoid? Trying to figure out which lines go where for reassembly.
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Old 02-11-2019, 11:10 PM   #157
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I know this is an old post. I've been trying to read the thread but the visuals make it clearer for me. Just to confirm, the blue line comes from a pipe under the manifold (that carries fuel vapors) into the solenoid? Trying to figure out which lines go where for reassembly.


Yes. Blue is from charcoal canister to feed the solenoid. That intern feeds the manifold.

Side note the system with a single solenoid as pictured here should only be operational under vacuum. It should also mean orientation of each hose shouldnít really matter as the solenoid either allows flow or doesnít. I realize there are arrows that dictate flow direction for the solenoid, but in the instance where someone may miss this and be concerned of issues; more than likely there will be no issue.


This doesnít apply to cars with two solenoids.
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