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Ok well was lookin at the canister an 1 of the nipples broke off below the hose on top that says pcv was wonderin how to remove it properly an which hoses to cap off an re reoute
 

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iirc theres 3 hoses on it,cap two of them and leave the one for the gas tank vent open...
 

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iirc theres 3 hoses on it,cap two of them and leave the one for the gas tank vent open...
I wouldn't leave the gas tank vent open, one spark and boom! Asking for trouble. I just capped it off and been running it take way for years.
 

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Ok lol cap off gas vent an the other 2 is there anythin else on a d15b2 I can take out I'm removin ac due to lack of room for second fan due to header. An for the fact idk if its been converted to r134
 

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You can ditch the entire system even the canister its self and cap the line going to the canister from the fuel take if you have a gas cap that can relive pressure most obd1 cars have this gas cap stock obd0 usually don't. If you look at the system 1 goes to purge 1 to fresh air 1 to tank. The fresh air one however dose not leak fuel vapor the canister is a fuel vapor filter.

With obd0 or obd1 ecus you will receive no codes related to removing the parts. On obd2 cars they incorporated a fuel tank pressure sensor and you will receive a check engine light. Also found out your state laws on emission some time you have to have the canister installed and hooked up to pass.
 
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