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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-04-2019, 09:59 AM Thread Starter
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Removing evap in 2010+

Relocating my battery over behind the passenger, so I wanted to remove the evap. People have said they do this without issue.
What can I all take out.
There are the 2 tubes that connect to the top of the canister. The big one goes down to the tank, the small goes to a service port, than to some sort of valve on the engine.
Then there is the valve mounted to the frame rail with a wire going to it.
What can I all remove? What do I need to leave?
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download the BOE rev400 instructions from their website in tech section. There is a very detailed write up on evap removal and will explain everything you need to know. Very straightforward process.
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