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On my 1995 jeep on top of my fuel tank there 2 /what looks like vacuum lines going to 2 plastic things/ how do i replace them or can i just plug the holes and lines

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These are vent and return lines for emission controls. You need them for the system to operate properly and not get a trouble code. The lines are probably molded for that car, so you would have to buy them from Jeep if they are unusable. If only part is broken, perhaps you can use a longer hose to connect them, but make sure to tie the hose up close to the floorboard.

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