Question about Chevrolet Malibu
Brittle). This hose originates from the air vaccum solenoid valve located in the front left of the engine. It has two leads. Looking at the front of the valve, the lead on the left connects to the air control valve in the rear of the engine. The right lead goes into the right side of the intake manifold, then branches off and disappears into a wire harness and heads towards the rear of the car(I assume it connects to either the charcoal canister or the canister vent valve). This being the hose that I broke and need to replace, I need to know exactly where it's destination is. Without your help, I won't know this unless I hear into the harness( which I'm trying to avoid doing!). Any and all answers will be greatly appreciated. Thanks Victor Baronian
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well come to the GM World. The filler tube to the gas tank is small and i find it to be the same on my Jimmy and my wife's Montana.
When filling, try starting off slow. Then gradually pull on the trigger more, as you fill the tank with gas. The fluid going in back's up with the air coming out. When you start off slow then pull on the trigger more you give the gas going in and air coming out time to create a path through that they can don't really interfere much with one another.
After a while you'll find a certain way (eather tilted to the left or right) to place the Gas pump nozzle in the filler tube to keep it from cutting off on you.
Good luck and hope this helps. If there is anything wrong with the EVAP. Charcoal canister, vacuum tubes or valve, your Service Engine light would go on. The ECM monitors all of that and would save a DTC in the ECM's memory to be retrieved by a technition's scanner.
Posted on May 09, 2009
I have the diagram you need. If you send me your email I will scan it off and send it to you. email@example.com
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
There is a actuator on the right side of your leg while sitting in the drivers seat under the dash. It has a plastic rod for actuation manually actuate this diverter and should be the problem.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
SOURCE: fuel tank vent valve?
If it`s the one on top of the tank then yes it can be replaced without replacing the whole tank.In order to remove it you have to push down and counter clockwise.If you can`t get one at the dealer then go to the salvage yard and take one off a tank there.If it comes off you could get s check engine light.Good luck.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
You are right. You need the vent valve not the purge valve. The vent valve is a dealer item. Also this is a common problem and GM has released a bulletin on this that involves moving the location of the valve and running some new lines. It comes as a kit from GM, and it costs about a 100 bucks.
Posted on Dec 02, 2010
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