Checking the vacum hoses, realized the hose from canister to fuel tank is cut off and seems the guys had no idea where to hide it and just left it there on the left fender.
Result, high fuel pressure creates in tank while engine is running esp in hot weather which can damage fuel system esp the injector. It can proved by opening the filler cap and you can hear sound of the pressure coming out of the tank.
But when I tried to find the pressure return line on the tank, just found out that there's a hose from tank seemingly the pressure relief hose that again went to the filler neck and there wasn't any idle hose to connect to canister.
My Q : Is connecting the hose comming from canister to that hose comming from filler neck a good idea to prevent creation of high pressure in tank? Or is there another way or sth missing from that point?
have the same problem?
Sunday, July 28th, 2013 AT 3:20 PM