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2001 Town & Country gas mileage has dropped a bit

Where is the emissions cannister located on a 2001 Town & Country? Gas mileage has dropped a little and I don't think the cannister filters have ever been changed.

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Its located under the body of the van on the drivers side.. changing anything on it will not improve the mileage..may be time for a tune up.. induction service or air and fuel filters.. keep in mind that winter furl gives lower mileage

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