Locate Evap Leak Part

(a) Disconnect the vent hose.

(b) Connect the EVAP pressure tester tool to the canister pump module with the adapter.

(c) Pressurize the EVAP system to 3.2 to 3.7 kPa (24 to 28 mmHg).

(d) Apply soapy water to the piping and connecting parts of the EVAP system.

(e) Look for areas where bubbles appear. This indicates the leak point.

(f) Repair or replace the leak point. HINT:

Disconnect the hose between the canister and the fuel tank from the canister. Block the canister side and conduct an inspection. In this way, the fuel tank can be excluded as an area suspected of causing fuel leaks.

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REPLACE CHARCOAL CANISTER ASSEMBLY

(a) Replace the canister assembly (See page EC-9). NOTICE:

When replacing the canister, check the canister pump module interior and related pipes for water, fuel and other liquids. If liquids are present, check for disconnections and/or cracks in the following: 1) the pipe from the air inlet port to the canister pump module; 2) the canister filter; and 3) the fuel tank vent hose.

Canister Toyota Camry Connection

PZEV:

Air Inlet Port

Inspection Area*

Air Inlet Port

Inspection Area*

sVent Hose Vent Hose

Fuel Tank Vent Hose sVent Hose Vent Hose

*: Check for disconnection and/or crack

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REPLACE DUTY VACUUM SWITCHING VALVE (PURGE VSV)

(a) Disconnect the connector and the hoses from the purge VSV.

(b) Remove the purge VSV.

(c) Install a new purge VSV.

(d) Reconnect the connector and hoses.

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REPAIR OR REPLACE HARNESS OR CONNECTOR

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REPLACE EVAP HOSE (INTAKE MANIFOLD - PURGE VSV)

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