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Old 06-13-2012, 06:04 PM   #1
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please look at this picture and tell me what this is.

I have a 95 mustang gt 5.0 can some one tell me what this part is? it's located near the fire wall its a round part with a hose fitting at each end, one hose goes under the intake plenum and the other hose goes in the passenger side fenderwel connecting to some relays or something dealing with egr. so what is the round piece call i think its bad cause some one put some kinda sealant on it. again what is this part called and if i can have a part number that would be great too.
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Re: please look at this picture and tell me what this is.

thanks, now what does it do?
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thanks, now what does it do?
Here's the function of the purge solenoid: gasoline evaporates at room temperature, so fuel in your tank is constantly evaporating. If it is sealed, the tank will build up pressure, but if it's not sealed, you'll slowly lose your gas to the atmosphere..... so they have the EVAP system. Fuel vapors collect in the charcoal canister until they build up a little pressure, then the purge solenoid allows those fumes to bleed into the engine in a controlled manor.*If you want to, you can eliminate the EVAP system, but you will slowly lose gas to evaporation. If you do this, you do NOT want to plug the line going into the gas tank.... leave it open, it still has to vent pressure. Only plug the port on the intake manifold.
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Re: please look at this picture and tell me what this is.

no i'll just replace it so will this cause high nitro oxides to fell emissions i just read that it will what do you think?
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nice. your good.
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welcome. i didnt have a clue. lol my engine bay doesnt have most factory stuff in it.
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welcome. i didnt have a clue. lol my engine bay doesnt have most factory stuff in it.
I recognized it immediately. Replaced it not too long ago for piece of mind.
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