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stydel311
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PostSubject: EVAP Switch - No Code   Thu Apr 16, 2015 12:29 pm

I was digging around towards the back of my motor and found a rubber elbow on the EVAP switch with nothing on the other end, like it broke off.  The car runs fine and has no check engine light or codes stored.  In the picture the green arrow is where the elbow is plugged in (right under the electrical connector pointing down) and then it 90's and runs towards the fire wall, you can just barely see the end of the rubber elbow at the blue arrow.  I can't find any vacuum tubes or anything laying anywhere below it.  Or is this suppose to just dead end like this?
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PostSubject: Re: EVAP Switch - No Code   Thu Apr 16, 2015 8:29 pm

Hi Michael....That's actually just a vent for that valve/switch. So yep, supposed to be open!

The line coming from the firewall is the fuel vapor line from the gas tank and the other line makes it's way to the intake near the throttle body.
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PostSubject: Re: EVAP Switch - No Code   Thu Apr 16, 2015 9:36 pm

Z-type wrote:
Hi Michael....That's actually just a vent for that valve/switch. So yep, supposed to be open!

The line coming from the firewall is the fuel vapor line from the gas tank and the other line makes it's way to the intake near the throttle body.
Thanks, that would make sense with there being no codes and what not. It has blue rubber washers and the front and back valve covers so someone else did them before I owned it, I was thinking maybe it got broke off when they were done but I guess all is well.
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