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CHARCOAL CANISTER REMOVAL
1. DISCHARGE FUEL SYSTEM PRESSURE
2. DISCONNECT CABLE FROM NEGATIVE BATTERY
TERMINAL
3. DISCONNECT FUEL TANK MAIN TUBE AND TANK RETURN TUBE
4. REMOVE FUEL TANK ASSEMBLY
5. REMOVE CHARCOAL CANISTER FILTER NO.2
(a) Remove the bolt, then remove the ABS wire harness clamp from the charcoal canister.
(b) Release the EVAP pipe from the hose clamp.
(c) Disconnect the breather hose from the pipe.
(d) Disengage the hose clamp.
(e) Disconnect the breather hose from the charcoal canister.
(f) Remove the nut, then remove the charcoal canister filter No. 2.
6. REMOVE CHARCOAL CANISTER ASSEMBLY
(a) Disconnect the connector.
(b) Disconnect the EVAP tube.
(c) Remove the bolt and 2 nuts, then remove the charcoal canister.
(d) Disconnect the fuel tank vent hose.
(1) Pinch the retainer and pull the fuel tank vent hose connector out of the charcoal canister to disconnect the fuel tank vent hose from the charcoal canister.
NOTICE:
• Remove any dirt and foreign objects from the fuel tank vent hose connector before performing the work.
• Do not allow any scratches or foreign objects on the parts when disconnecting, as the fuel tank vent hose connector has the O-ring that seals the pipe.
• Perform the work by hand. Do not use any tools.
• Do not forcibly bend, twist or turn the nylon tube.
• Protect the disconnected part by covering it with a vinyl bag after disconnecting the fuel tank vent hose.
• If the fuel vent connector and pipe are stuck, push and pull them to release.

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Mike
 
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