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Carbon canister/VSV in a 2000 Camry

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Old 07-15-2011, 09:42 PM
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Default Carbon canister/VSV in a 2000 Camry

Well, have been throwing an EVAP code for a while now with no success with a new gas cap. Read a few blogs on these having VSV issues. Sooooo, decided to go get a smoke scan done to confirm before I buy a $300 part if I replaced the whole assembly. And it was the VSV. Which leads me to my question.

Have any of you had this issue and just replaced the VSV? Or is it a definite change the whole canister assembly and be safe? And if you have just replaced the VSV can it be done without removing the whole canister or can you contort your way through just replacing the valve where it sits? Thanks!
 
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Old 07-22-2011, 09:33 AM
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Nothing huh? Lol.
 
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