(a) Disconnect the vent line hose from the fuel tank.

(b) Connect the pressure gauge to the fuel tank.

(c) Apply pressure to the fuel tank to create an internal pressure of 4 kPa (41 gf/cm2, 0.58 psi).

(d) Check that the internal pressure of the fuel tank is maintained for 1 minute.

(e) Check the connected portions of each hose and pipe.

(f) Check the installed parts on the fuel tank.

If any malfunctions, damage or other problems are found, replace the fuel tank and filler pipe.

(g) Reconnect the vent line hose to the fuel tank.

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