Inspection Of Charcoal Canister

1. REMOVE CHARCOAL CANISTER

2. VISUALLY INSPECT CHARCOAL CANISTER

Look for cracks or damage.

EC1119

^ Compressed Air B Port-jifl—-A Port

^ EC1120

3. CHECK FOR CLOGGED FILTER AND STUCK CHECK

VALVE

(a) Using low pressure compressed air, blow into the A port and check that air flows without resistance from the other ports.

(b) Blow into the B port and check that air does not flow from the other ports.

If a problem is found, replace the charcoal canister.

^ EC1120

Compressed Air

B Port-

=18-

-A Port

C Port-

I

4

EC1121

4. CLEAN FILTER IN CANISTER

Clean the filter by blowing 3 kg/cm2 (43 psi, 294 kPa)

of compressed air into the A port while holding the B port closed.

NOTICE:

• Do not attempt to wash the canister.

• No activated carbon should come out.

5. REINSTALL CHARCOAL CANISTER

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