[DML] (DML) Carbon Canister Replacment
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[DML] (DML) Carbon Canister Replacment

Here's something I've been talking about:
A long-time customer from the East Coast called yesterday to get a few 
things for his D. He said that he had recently changed out his carbon 
canister after determining that the gas smell in his garage was the 
fault of the old canister.  He further said he was surprised to find 
that when her replaced the canister, not only did his garage smell 
better, but the car idled more smoothly and ran a little better.  We 
reckoned that this was the result of a very small vacuum leak now being 
plugged by his new canister.  Live and learn.

The canister is located in the LR pontoon behind an access panel.  It 
doesn't require any special tools or skills to replace-except patience. 
  Part number 101109, $52.50.
Warren at DMC

Soma576@xxxxxxx wrote:
> Matt,
> I think others have already established that trend.  
> Well, either way, what else is there to talk about in January? :-)
> Andy 

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