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Re: carbon canister

I'd like to thank everyone that helped me with this. I went to the
inspection station today after work and convinced them that the rails were
for the washer tank on the older models. We still couldn't find the carbon
canister but they were sufficiently convinced after we spent 10 minutes
fishing around for it that it was there. The "tube" they were talking
about is on the very top of the waste gate. It is actually a metal tube
fixture with no tube attached. There is a tank behind the air filter but
they told me that was the fuel filter.

Thanks again,

So far, the kind folks on this list and Ned Ritchie have saved me over
$1100 in repair bills. Everything from the bad waste gate that was really
just a frequency valve to this incident of the "missing carbon canister."
Certainly doesn't instill me with much confidence. Repairee Beware.

 On Thu, 8 May 1997 STEADIRIC@aol.com wrote:

> alan.schunemann@gsfc.nasa.gov said:
> >Just bought a 200tq. MD inspection can't find the carbon canister so it
> >failed. They pointed to where it should be along the firewall. There's a
> >rail that looks like something could slide on (right side, over exhaust).

> That rail is for the washer tank which is now below the right front
> headlight.  The carbon cannister is in the right fender behind the fuel
> dist.  It is there and they need to look harder.
> Later!
> Eric Fletcher S.O.C.
> St. Louis, MO
> STEADIRIC@aol.com