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Old September 16th, 2018, 07:55 AM
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Fuel tank venting

1972 Cutlass S. Replaced original carburetor with Holley. Originally used evap canister at fuel vent line. Is this charcoal canister still required?
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no, you can cap the line.
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Vent line

Thought it was just for emissions anyway. Just did not want to create a vacuum issue in tank that may impede electric fuel pump draw or return.
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