Question about Jeep TJ
Here is a picture of the canister and all the other parts.Let me know if this worked for you.One other thing is if you have a leak taping it will not keep it from leaking.You will have to replace the part that is leaking or not working properly.Let me know how this picture works out.This is the first time I have tried this.Good luck and thanks for using fixya.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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