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Where on my 2003 Tahoe Z71 is the EVAP canister vent valve located

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Where on my 2003 Tahoe Z71 is the EVAP canister vent valve located
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  Tim West replied 6 years ago.
Thanks for visiting Just Answer, it's in the drivers side fraim rail near the fuel tank.

Tightening Torque
Tighten EVAP canister as shown in the figure.
Make sure new O-ring is installed properly between EVAP canister and EVAP canister vent control valve.
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Expert:  Tim West replied 6 years ago.

Classification: EC09-025

Reference: NTB09-129

Date: November 17, 2009


All Nissan models using Vent Control Valve P/Ns 14935-AM60A / AM60B


When replacing the EVAP canister vent control valve for any reason:

^ Use the one listed in the PARTS INFORMATION section of this bulletin.
^ For vent control valve replacement procedure, refer to the appropriate section of the Electronic Service Manual (ESM) if needed.
^ When installing the new valve, do not add any lube to its o-ring.
^ For Frontier (D40 series) only: install the protector listed in PARTS INFORMATION.
> For protector installation, see the SERVICE PROCEDURE section of this bulletin.
^ Make sure to use the "new style" valve listed in PARTS INFORMATION.




Frontier (D40 series) only: Install Protector

1. Wrap the protector around the EVAP hose (see Figure 1 and 2).

^ Locate the protector between the hose and the vent control valve.

2. Secure the protector with two tie straps.