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Question about 2006 Liberty

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...fuel tank. Vapor or air is expelled from the tank through the control valve and on to the vapor canister. Vapor is absorbed in the EVAP canister until vapor flow in the lines stops. This stoppage ...

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Question about 1996 Explorer

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...fuel vapor leak or multiple small fuel vapor leaks. The system failure occurs when no purge flow (attributed to fuel vapor blockages or restrictions), a large fuel vapor leak or multiple fuel vapor ...

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Question about 1996 Explorer

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fuel vapor to the intake to be burnd when engine is warm and you are crusing at part throttle. The other line is the vacuum line to operate it. Fuel Vapor Valve, Aerostar (4.0L Engine) The evaporative

Question about 1996 Explorer

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Vapor lock is when the fuel gets hot enough that vapor pressure exceeds the fuel line pressure and the fuel vaporizes. The fuel pump doesn't pump vapor very well and therefor liquid fuel doesn't reach

Question about Spark Plugs BR4HS Plug 10/BX #3322

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...of the existing fuel delivery system, along with some modifications. Read more: How to Prevent a Fuel Vapor Lock ' eHow.com ...

...fuel. If the vapor forms faster than the pump can draw it from the fuel line, the flow of fuel to a carburetor is effectively stopped and the engine stalls. Vapor lock is much less likely on a ...

...Not really possible. Vapor lock was when liquid fuel would vaporize in the steel line or carburetor from excessive heat. Since your Blazer is fuel injected, the fuel can not vaporize in the

...fuel pump module which has vapor {evap} lines as well as vent lines attached to it inside tank i would also check the fuel pump relay it is in the trunk drivers side the relay over heats than pops ...

Question about 2005 Impala

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...Fuel pump going out feels a lot like vapor lock. Engine overheat can also cause vapor lock. Clogged fuel filter can cause vapor lock. The fuel line should be routed away from the exhaust

...high fuel pressure in the fuel lines of fuel injected vehicles. If the vehicle is cranking and won't start, it might be a fuel issue--getting no fuel because of a fuel pump issue. But not vapor

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