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    Vacuum Cannister

    Can someone post a picture of the vacuum canister location and hose routing on a 1st Gen 2.0 standard shift? I installed a Ford V8 and am having a problem plumbing the canister correctly. Thank you for your help.

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    Camiot, Thank you for your help. I am getting a raw fuel odor after truck is driven and it sits. The canister is installed according to the diagram that you shared with me so maybe it needs to be replaced

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    That's going to be a fuel leek. Could be the hose or 99 % of the time it's the fuel pump. Look at the vent hole on the bottom of the pump. That's where it will leek from.
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    Hi Camiot,
    I cannot find any fuel on or around the fuel pump and attaching hoses. I followed them back to the tank and found nothing that indicated a leak
    Thanx for your help.
    Maurice

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