Friday, November 30, 2012

Vacuum canister 2000 ford expedition


Disconnect hoses at EVAP canister purge valve (or VMV).
Connect a hand vacuum pump at the fuel vapor port to EVAP canister at the EVAP canister purge valve (or VMV).
Apply 53 kPa (16 in-Hg) of vacuum to EVAP canister purge valve (or VMV).


See the diagram shown below:----

EVAP Ford



Is it on the driver's side towards the back of the engine bay?

See the diagram shown below:----
IAC valve



There's a 1" diameter hose that goes from the plastic intake cowl (after the maf and before the throttle body) to the base of the iacv. It has a metal canister installed in the line. the canister is about 2" in diameter (5cm) and
2 -1/2" long.


See the diagram shown below:---

Idle air control tube


These details will help.
Thanks.


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