Fuel Tank Vent Question

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mikester

G-Body Guru
Mar 10, 2010
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#1
Im hoping theres a simple solution for this. Now that Im back working on the 81 coupe one of the things I have to fix is the vent line that used to go to the canister. The previous owner had a rubber line running along the frame with a PCV valve stuck in the end. Ive never seen that before. Is that an easy way of taking care of this or is there something better ?
 
foxtrot

foxtrot

Royal Smart Person
Dec 19, 2008
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#2
Im hoping theres a simple solution for this. Now that Im back working on the 81 coupe one of the things I have to fix is the vent line that used to go to the canister. The previous owner had a rubber line running along the frame with a PCV valve stuck in the end. Ive never seen that before. Is that an easy way of taking care of this or is there something better ?
I would try to revert back to the OEM charcoal canister setup. It's a pretty simple setup and prevents the nasty gas vapors from filling up your garage.
 

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