usually vent throug the cap....
Originally posted by blt2krl:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Sitting Bull:
How does the vent work on the cells? Is there just a line than runs to outside air or do you have to plum in into the charcoal cannister crap?
Sooo...let's say you leave it in the garage for an extended period of time. Will that setup leave lots of fumes? I know this really a dumbarse question, but I'm trying to get rid of the cannister on my stock tank. Just cleaning up the engine bay and try to get rid of some of the useless crap. I was thinking of moving the cannister to a location near the tank, and then just air venting. This would mean there was no vacuum suction pulling from the cannister, is this a problem?
Sorry guys, I know this is off-topic - but every topic I've started with Charcoal Cannister in the subject line seems to go nowhere. Any input would be appreciated.