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Old 02-10-2005, 07:08 PM   #1
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Hey ive had a CEL code 90 for the longest time and i couldnt figure it out, changed gas cap and inspected vacuum lines in Evap canister until i finally foudn some loose lines near the two-way Evap valve in teh rear near the fuel tank.

The problem is Im not exactly sure where to connect the lines. Does anyone have any pics or diagrams of how it goes together. I have the Honda service manual, but it doesnt have the pic i need for some odd reason.

EDIT: Part #8 in this diagram http://www.hondaautomotivepart...0.gif

I dont know where the bottom of the three-way joint connects to.

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ANYONE?, I really need some help
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Default Re: Two-way evap valve (Confucius37)

The two-way valve is not the three-way - your title is misleading.

If 'a' hose has come undone from the 3-way valve, why isn't it as simple as locating the hose that slipped off and putting it back on?
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no its the two-way valve and there is a three-way connector that splits some lines... if you would have looked at the picture you would understand

teh problem is that there is no line to connect, like its completely gone, so i wanna know if there is even supposed to be a line there



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How did your problem go from "having loose lines near the two-way valve" to "problem is that there is no line to connect, like its completely gone, so i wanna know if there is even supposed to be a line there"??
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i figured there is something to connect cuz it looks liek it and some one would know where it connects to so i can figure out where i need to add some lines....not that hard
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