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2005 Chevrolet Equinox Vapor Canister Check Valve location

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Locate the fuel tank under the rear of the vehicle, just ahead of it you will see a rectangular plastic box with a few lines connected to it. it is the vapor canister. Remove the canister, the two wire plug that you will have to disconnect is attached to the vent valve which is what i believe you are referring to. grasp the valve and rotate it counter clockwise and pull up to realease it, and reverse procedure to install the new one..

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I believe it's mounted on the front side of the fuel tank.

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