charcoal canister


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ajeanquart
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charcoal canister

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I have a 93 Aspendcade.......the charcoal canister broke loose while in my 5mph senior housing,,,,,held by the hoses and dragging on the ground......rather than try to find the mounting hidden inside,,, wondering if just can remove it altogether with out any ill effects, leaving the red hose from the fuel cap staying in place, aiming toward the ground


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Swagonmaster
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Re: charcoal canister

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I venture to say that you would have to deal with the gasoline smell that the charcoal canister would otherwise take care of for you.
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Re: charcoal canister

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Which is the way all other 1500 except California model come anyway.
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