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I have a hose loose

It connects fronm the left side of tthe carburetor to the front of the car it doesnt stay connected. whsat part is it and is it a big problem or can it wait?

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That hose goes to you evaporation canister. If your state does not do emission testing then you can just cap it off. If your state does do the emission testing then it will need to be replaced.

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