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Ranger evaporate cannister connection wuestion


Oldman57

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On my ranger the spare tire holder rusted out and evap cannister fell dragging on ground. The wires broke on connector. Does anyone know where to get a new one and does it matter which wire goes to which side.
 


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Wrecking yard is best bet

You can buy new

Only electrical connection would be the Vent solenoid, and its a solenoid so has no Polarity, no +/-, so as long as both wires are hooked up it will work

You can test used solenoid with 9v battery(or car battery), should "click" closed when powered
 

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Wrecking yard is best bet

You can buy new

Only electrical connection would be the Vent solenoid, and its a solenoid so has no Polarity, no +/-, so as long as both wires are hooked up it will work

You can test used solenoid with 9v battery(or car battery), should "click" closed when powered
Thanks for reply found a connector at o Reilly standard s1752. Only difference was slot on top was offset and mine was in middle removed That spline and went right on. Only thing it was 48.00 what a ripoff
 

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Jeeze, thats PRICEY

But if its fixed then in the long run its was just a blip on the wallet
 


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