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03-15-2013 12:45 PM
Aqousjeep
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Originally Posted by LostFedExMan View Post
I'm having this same problem, it sounded like you were describing my jeep. Need to figure this out also

Good news, I just called my local Jeep dealership....and they were able to get me the parts. Remember, you need two parts
1. Roll over valve (also called vent valve sometimes) -$12 - 2 week delivery
2. Rubber connector - $11.50 - 2 day delivery

Lady at the dealership found them on a paper catalogue first. She said it is easier than looking for it on her computer. Also, make sure you tell them this does not fit "on" the gas tank, but it is mounted at rear corner on passenger side.
03-14-2013 02:08 PM
Ancylus I had a simlair problem where a mouse had eaten away the rubber tube in between the valves.
And heres a link for the valves, 10 bucks a piece
New 1987 1995 Jeep Wrangler YJ Fuel Vapor Roll Over Valve J5360058 84 96 XJ | eBay
03-14-2013 10:44 AM
LostFedExMan
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Originally Posted by Natdog View Post
Where do you get that at? I have the same problem when i fill my tank up and i pulled that dust cover off and i hav two lines runnin to a T and just a third goin up with nothing on it and it leaks i may need that part! Where can i find or grt it?
I'm having this same problem, it sounded like you were describing my jeep. Need to figure this out also
03-13-2013 06:49 PM
Aqousjeep
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Originally Posted by jokerchief462 View Post
With an 88 you have a rollover valve in the passenger side rear corner of the tub. Pull the dust shield out and look up with a flashlight and you will see the lines and a round valve in a bracket. Line is broke or the valve is bad.
found dry rotted valve on my jeep. But, I can't find it in store or online!!! Where can I buy this valve and connector.
03-12-2013 06:28 PM
Natdog ^ Oh and my jeep is an '88.
03-12-2013 06:27 PM
Natdog
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Originally Posted by jokerchief462 View Post
With an 88 you have a rollover valve in the passenger side rear corner of the tub. Pull the dust shield out and look up with a flashlight and you will see the lines and a round valve in a bracket. Line is broke or the valve is bad.
Where do you get that at? I have the same problem when i fill my tank up and i pulled that dust cover off and i hav two lines runnin to a T and just a third goin up with nothing on it and it leaks i may need that part! Where can i find or grt it?
03-12-2013 05:41 PM
Aqousjeep
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Originally Posted by jokerchief462 View Post
With an 88 you have a rollover valve in the passenger side rear corner of the tub. Pull the dust shield out and look up with a flashlight and you will see the lines and a round valve in a bracket. Line is broke or the valve is bad.
thank you! Will check it out once this darn rain stops!
03-12-2013 09:17 AM
jokerchief462 With an 88 you have a rollover valve in the passenger side rear corner of the tub. Pull the dust shield out and look up with a flashlight and you will see the lines and a round valve in a bracket. Line is broke or the valve is bad.
03-12-2013 04:52 AM
Aqousjeep
Fuel leak!!

might have had too much fun this past weekend, was driving around at 70-75mph!! Last night jeep was leaking fuel from the rear passenger side, dripping actually. I couldn't really see where the leak is, could it be a valve or the tank itself???

Another expensive fix I guess

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