ok so I have spent some time sifting through the forum and would like some clarification. The rubber lines from the fuel tank to the canister? Short line to the T Then line that continues to steel vapor line, got it. But the short piece from the tee, can't remember if I cut it off or if it was like that. I'm assuming it was just there for a vent, but if so should it not have had a filter or something on it? Dam my memory just sucks sometimes.
Vette(s): 1980 Corvette Torch Red with Gold metallic 370HP/350 CU.IN.Turbo 350 w/shift kit.Originally CA.Car with 305 CU.IN.
Adam et al, in light of the subject of "rubber fuel line",I would like to suggest if replacing rubber lines that you do so with Q-Jet ethanol ressistant specially lined hose.I have bought and replaced all my fuel lines back to hard line,however the tank line and short (about 6" S line to the inlet to mechanical fuel pump) needs replacing and
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