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Old August 28th, 2008, 01:59 AM
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Gas tank plumbing (vapor vent lines)

I am in the process of replacing my gas tank skid plate and I need some help. I have removed it and I am now replacing it. I have it all bolted up and I need to find the proper plumbing of the vapor vent tubes. I have the two vapor vents on top of the gas tank attached to the lines. I have a line coming off of the vapor vent tubes that I need to hook it to the black box that is located in the rear passenger wheel well.

The black box has three lines coming off of it. One (the farthest forward) goes forward and is all connected, I never removed anything from it. There are two other lines coming off of the black box I need to hook up. I know one will connect to the vapor vent tubes that I replaced on top of the gas tank. Which one do I hook up to the vapor vent tubes? Where does the other one get routed? I have a white valve that I need to place in one of the lines. I have included a picture of it.

Thanks for any and all of your help.

Russ
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Old August 30th, 2008, 10:05 PM
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Can some one look in their passenger rear wheel well at the charcoal caster (the black box) and let me know where the furthest line to the back goes. I figured that the middle one will hook up to the vapor vent tubes on top of the gas tank. I just need to know where the rear one goes so I can get me D-90 back on the road.

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The line in the back is just an overflow or drain line, it doesn't attach to anything. It just "hangs" there.

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Old September 2nd, 2008, 12:01 PM
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Greg,

Thank you! I have been waiting to get my D-90 going again. THANKS!

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