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Old August 8th, 2016, 12:00 PM
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Question D90 1995 base vapor separator

anyone know if # 3 in this diagram is still available for '95 NAS? Defender 90 Land Rover 1997 Base Vapor separator | Part Number ESR2691


my valve isn't operating correctly: it allows flow in both directions. I think explains why the truck's exhaust smells like it's running rich. not sure if I can just replace the valve because, I don't know what the flow rate is.
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Old August 8th, 2016, 12:08 PM
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sure is, its between $208 to $245 state side. Google is your frend
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You sure John???
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https://www.landroverpartsinternatio...2958-22656.htm


Well, I figured out the part number: ESR2691. I just don't know where to find it other than this website and I'm still checking on availability.
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Old August 8th, 2016, 01:13 PM
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It's 100% obsolete from Land Rover. The only option being used, or stragglers that are still in stock at different companies
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Looks like LRDirect has it: https://www.lrdirect.com/ESR2691-Separator-Fuel-Vapour/






So, when these run out are we all SOL? I wonder if there's a substitute out there for an American made vehicle; maybe a buick or a ford.
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Looks like LRDirect has it: https://www.lrdirect.com/ESR2691-Separator-Fuel-Vapour/






So, when these run out are we all SOL? I wonder if there's a substitute out there for an American made vehicle; maybe a buick or a ford.
That says "subject to LR stock", which is currently zero!
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So, when these run out are we all SOL?

I dont think those little vapor canisters ever wear out....why would you replace it??


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I didnt say they are i stock but there lots of factors that list it. Its not like they are a service item. If anybody Rimmer Bros has one?

Separator Assy - Fuel Vapour - Genuine Land Rover at www.rimmerbros.co.uk
https://www.lrdirect.com/ESR2691-Separator-Fuel-Vapour/
VAPOR SEPARATOR | Genuine Land-Rover | ESR2691
Land Rover Defender 90 (1994-1997). #ESR2691: SEPARATOR - FUEL

1997 MITSUBISHI MONTERO Emission Components Parts - This Is Not A Real Site | 100628-1440.nexpartb2c.com

there must be another vehicle that uses the same or nearly?

I pulled out of my D1 that looks the same?
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I dont think those little vapor canisters ever wear out....why would you replace it?? .
Because the plastic piping around it gets brittle and cracks.
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I dont think those little vapor canisters ever wear out....why would you replace it??


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The valve on mine has malfunctioned. It passes flow both ways.
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Just get one out of a Discovery. It is behind the Right rear panel before the rear lights.
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Just get one out of a Discovery. It is behind the Right rear panel before the rear lights.
Where are you gonna find a disco willing to give one up?
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A wrecker yard or some of the guys on the forum. Will Tillery may have one. They are a pain to get to but if the truck is going to the dump you can just cut the panel and get right to it.
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Where are you gonna find a disco willing to give one up?

The mall? LOL

Like Mike said, try Will Tillery, or Crown14-Buckhorn Imports, Randy Williams, Marty Powell
Any of those guys may be parting a Disco at the moment.

So User, how did you discover the valve had gone bad??


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It looks like it'd be on a pre advanced evap disco, 94-97 or so. But it's part of the fuel filler, so it doesn't list the same part number to cross reference. Does look similar though.
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It looks like it'd be on a pre advanced evap disco, 94-97 or so..
You should pull yours and sell it Z.G.
Diesel dont need no vapor can!


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It's attached to the filler neck!
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The mall? LOL Like Mike said, try Will Tillery, or Crown14-Buckhorn Imports, Randy Williams, Marty Powell Any of those guys may be parting a Disco at the moment. So User, how did you discover the valve had gone bad?? .
Installing a safari-equip extended fuel tank; luck I guess. But, Initial indicator was a fuel smell coming from the exhaust however, I think that was something else. In any case, it allows flow in both directions... we compared it to another d90 and it's certainly bad.
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I found this thread when researching the evap parts of the fuel system needed to do an overhaul of the system. It looks like the roll-over vent valves on top of the tank are the same as a Jeep, Dodge, etc. (I haven't bought one yet to confirm). The part number for the valve is 5360058 (or Dorman 911-060) and the grommet is 52018823.



It looks like the vapor separator can be fixed up by replacing the pressure relief valves, which according to the workshop manual open between 5 and 7 Kpa, 0.7 and 1.0 psi. With some research I'm sure we can find a suitable replacement.



Maybe one of these will work. They have a cracking pressure of 0.5 psi.

Check Valves | U.S. Plastic Corp.

It looks like the Toyota FJ40 has a very similar fuel vapor separator so the system used on our Defenders is very archaic. The Toyota pressure relief valve is part number 90917-10020. (pix in this thread)
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