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monty
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AVCV

Postby monty » Wed Jan 27, 2016 7:30 am



Hi, I am having trouble with my air ventilation control valve.
One, I need a new one and can,t seem to be able to get one.
Two, the one that is in there leaks fuel into the carbon canister.
Any help would be appretiated.



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Re: AVCV

Postby WingAdmin » Wed Jan 27, 2016 3:56 pm

I'd be tempted to rip that entire system out of there, including the emissions canister, and just bypass that valve.

First, you need to find out why there is fuel there in the first place. You may have a stuck carburetor float.

Have a look at this thread: viewtopic.php?t=21065

monty
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Re: AVCV

Postby monty » Sun Jan 31, 2016 7:40 am

Hi, I thank you for your advice and I will do just that.
Problem is, what do I disconnect and what do I block off to bypass this system without causing more issues.
I think the cannister might be blocked and causing problems with the fuel tank pressure.
When you pull the breather pipe off the cap you hear the air escape. Could this cause fuel
to go to the air ventilation control valve.


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