Question about 2001 Chevrolet Blazer
The vent is in the filler tube (double walled)
Posted on Jun 11, 2012
I found out there is a line running off the evap canister to a valve right behind the spare tire. i removed the hose, then the valve and the electrical connection.the valve comes apart from the filter housing.i cleaned the filter,removed the valve itself from the filter housing(it takes a quarter turn to remove the valve assembly from the filter housing) .if you look in the hole you will see a little valve with a spring under it.dirt and moisture got in there and the valve stuck shut.i worked the valve up and down with a real small screw driver.sprayed some pb blaster in there to free it up.seemed to do the trick. i can put gas in my 2001 chevy blazer now.
Posted on Jun 04, 2012
The vent hose you are looking for is located off of the gas tank it should be beside your filler hose. if you don't see one there then you tank has a vent on top that is the problen and probably needs replaced
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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