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Old 05-13-2013, 10:07 PM   #1
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Evap Canister Relocation? Help

I don't like this thing here and would rather hide it. I've heard of removing it but I feel the need to keep it. It's the black box across from the washer fluid for those of you who do not know. So where have you all relocated it to? pics and help
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Old 05-20-2013, 01:18 PM   #4
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Jeep relocated them in 2003 to the right rear fenderwell. Could purchase all the stuff to move it there.
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I've seen a walkthrough for moving it to below the abs plate under the master cylinder. I'll see if I can find it



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http://www.nakedjeep.com/Projects/EVAP/EVAP01.html
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Jeep relocated them in 2003 to the right rear fenderwell. Could purchase all the stuff to move it there.
Thats where I was planning to do it. Glad you mentioned the year though, allows me to do more research. I have a 98 and just wanted more engine space.
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Old 05-20-2013, 05:44 PM   #7
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I've seen a walkthrough for moving it to below the abs plate under the master cylinder. I'll see if I can find it

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http://www.nakedjeep.com/Projects/EVAP/EVAP01.html
I also considered that. Thank you so much for that write up. I probably will end up doing that.
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I don't like this thing here and would rather hide it. I've heard of removing it but I feel the need to keep it. It's the black box across from the washer fluid for those of you who do not know. So where have you all relocated it to? pics and help
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All I did was relocate the LDP to under the booster and then used the mount for the charcoal canister to also carry the remote reseroir from PSC.

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I don't like this thing here and would rather hide it. I've heard of removing it but I feel the need to keep it. It's the black box across from the washer fluid for those of you who do not know. So where have you all relocated it to? pics and help
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Why does it bother you where it is. Do you need to mount something in its place.
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I moved mine to the trash pile, although I did it because of motor swap.
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All I did was relocate the LDP to under the booster and then used the mount for the charcoal canister to also carry the remote reseroir from PSC.

Can you elaborate more. And what is the polished canister in the picture?

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Why does it bother you where it is. Do you need to mount something in its place.
I like engine space, easier to work on, looks better, less hassle, and yes It gives me more room to do various other mods.

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I moved mine to the trash pile, although I did it because of motor swap.
As soon as I can get historic tags and a second vehicle I'm gunna do the same. Cause in actuality you really don't need it.
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Can you elaborate more. And what is the polished canister in the picture?
Remote power steering fluid reservoir from PSC.

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