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Charcoal canister

 

Also known as:

"A black box that makes funny rattley noises, smells of petrol a bit, it's at the back of the engine bay on the right"

 

What is it?

It's part of the emissions system and therefore tedious. It contains charcoal to absorb fuel vapours. That charcoal, plus a valve system, makes the rattley noise and the petrol smell.

 

Pros:

Saves a tree.

 

Cons:

Takes up space. Makes rattley noises that are frankly scary if you don’t know why it’s happening.

The rattley blighter itself.jpg

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Ohh ohh ohh, does this thing effect emission testing???

 

If so, are there any replacment bits you can get for it, it ifs got old and not working to full potential??

 

Maybe this will help my emission problem!!

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Markie - it's a fuel tank vapour thing from what I can make out, when the engine is running it burns up vapours. It's nowt to do with the exhaust emissions, so it won't help you there :(

 

-Ian

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Yoga is a way of life, an art of righteous living or an integrated system for the benefit of the body, mind and inner spirit. This art originated, was perfected and practiced in India thousands of years ago. The references to yoga are available in 'Upanishads' and 'Puranas' composed by Indian Aryans in the later Vedic and post- Vedic period. The main credit for systematizing yoga goes to Patanjali who wrote 'Yoga Sutra', two thousand Years ago. He described the principles of the full eight fold yogic discipline. He composed the treatise in brief code words known as 'Sutras'. 'Yoga Sutra' is the most important basic text on Yoga. yoga retreat It is through this basic treatise that the essential message of yoga spread throughout the world.

 

Thanks for that bit of technical input - appreciated!

;)

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Yoga is a way of life, an art of righteous living or an integrated system for the benefit of the body, mind and inner spirit. This art originated, was perfected and practiced in India thousands of years ago. The references to yoga are available in 'Upanishads' and 'Puranas' composed by Indian Aryans in the later Vedic and post- Vedic period. The main credit for systematizing yoga goes to Patanjali who wrote 'Yoga Sutra', two thousand Years ago. He described the principles of the full eight fold yogic discipline. He composed the treatise in brief code words known as 'Sutras'. 'Yoga Sutra' is the most important basic text on Yoga. yoga retreat It is through this basic treatise that the essential message of yoga spread throughout the world.

 

and i thought he was a little green man with a lightsabre:d

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