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Replacement of evaporative emission hoses

Discussion in 'Problems, Fixes, Tips...' started by ronalddoes, Mar 4, 2017.

  1. ronalddoes

    ronalddoes Copenworld Member

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    Dec 31, 2016
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    The Netherlands
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    2004 Copen 659 cc, 2009 Sirion 2 1000cc, 2010 Subaru Justy 1000cc
    Wonderful satudaymorning to you all,

    I was wondering if any of you have ever replaced the evaporative emission hoses on a 659cc turbo, as required by the service manual once every 8 years.
    If so, did you use genuine Daihatsu hoses or just generic fuel hose.

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  2. Salieri

    Salieri Copenworld Veteran

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    Germany
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    Pearlescent White Copen (1.3 K3-VE)
    Nope, been to a Daihatsu dealer for my 8 years inspection and they did not do anything. Guess its not as important? :D
     
  3. stonemanty

    stonemanty Copenworld Member

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    Car(s):
    Porsche 997 GT3
    Mitsubishi Evo 9 RS
    Copen 660cc
    I get a whiff of petrol on start up, soon stops though, and I wondered if that could be to do with this system?

    I think there's a carbon canister below the battery, does that get 'full'?

    Previously, I found one of the hoses that went down there (somewhere...) was disconnected. I bodged it to the other part with a rawl plug (yes, really, only bit of tube I had to hand and that plastic is pretty inert...) and that worked a treat, car ran better and used a lot less fuel

    Regards
    Andy
     

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