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Carbon/Charcoal/ gas vapor canister
« on: June 27, 2017, 12:56:27 AM »
So was doing some research on the vapor canister and found that 85-97 Ford ranger looks to be the same one used on later Pintos. Here is a picture of mine, and 2nd picture of a new ranger one. So if you dont want to spend between 50$ to 100$ for a new one. It will be very cheap at your local pull apart. LKQ price is 7.40.

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