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3800sc, no evap question by fieroaddicted
Started on: 02-23-2014 10:31 AM
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Last post by: fieroaddicted on 02-23-2014 01:46 PM
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Report this Post02-23-2014 10:31 AM Click Here to See the Profile for fieroaddictedClick Here to Email fieroaddictedSend a Private Message to fieroaddictedEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
So i am not planning to run an evap system on the car, nor a stock air intake system obviously. Could these 3 things be eliminatied to clean things up?






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I eliminated all of the EVAP stuff, the tank vent hose will have to remain vented.

I think the general consensus though is you should keep the EVAP system but just relocate it in order to clean things up.

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thanks for the info
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Photo #1 is the fuel expansion tank. If you fill up in the dead of winter, then teleport to Death Valley, the fuel might expand enough to spill over into that expansion tank. Otherwise, you can probably just delete it. It looks like it's about to rust through, anyway.

Photo #2 is the fresh air lines for the EGR solenoid and PCV breather. The PCV line was rendered obsolete by a recall. And since you don't have a stock air cleaner assembly (or even a stock engine), the EGR line isn't needed either. You can delete them.

Photo #3 is the charcoal canister. It's your call whether or not to delete it. Although, I personally would want to keep it. Keep in mind that if you do keep it, and decide to relocate it, it needs to be higher than the fuel tank, so condensed fuel vapor can drain back into the tank.
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Excellent! Thanks
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