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I had the dealer take off my evap canister at my last visit. I just took a look at the bike and saw that they left a hose cut and hanging near the other two fuel and tank vents.

Isn't that hose supposed to be plugged? i am not sure if it matters but I thought I read that in a DIY. the bikes seems to run a little rougher, could this be causing it?

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No, that's normal. the canister was supposed to collect fumes and fuel excess, so having the hose plugged is no good, and having the hose cut above the engine is no good b/c you don't want fuel dropping on your hot engine.
it won't affect the way the bike runs.
 

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I had the dealer take off my evap canister at my last visit. I just took a look at the bike and saw that they left a hose cut and hanging near the other two fuel and tank vents.

Isn't that hose supposed to be plugged? i am not sure if it matters but I thought I read that in a DIY. the bikes seems to run a little rougher, could this be causing it?

thanks
yes, it should be plugged.
no, it shouldn't make the bike run rougher
 

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Evaporation canister removal

Hoses that need to be plugged:
- The two vacuum hoses that come off the intake tract and then Y together. (it is cleaner to remove these hoses and plug the holes at the intake tract).

Hoses that need to be left open:
- Every thing else.


Lee C.
 
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