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Old 04-30-2004, 09:44 PM   #5
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Of additional note. You may be able to salvage the cap if it's orifice is clogged. It sounds quite hinky, but remove the cap and run it through a cycle in the top rack of the dishwasher (including the dry cycle) this can unplug and salvage a marginal cap. Keep in mind that the cap is designed to "vent" only when the EEC system is not active (engine running) or beyond it's set points (2 or 1 PSI or vacuum respectively) as fuel vapors should not be venting to the atmosphere at all with the cap in place unless the cap is actually removed, or the system is malfunctioning.

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