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chipperwerks

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I Have the same thing under my hood, and was wondering the same .....

The pic did not copy from the origional but it is currently on the top of page two in the gen discussion section.

In the pic below, I've got two hoses coming out of the firewall side-by-side. The top one's the fuel line. Is the other one the fuel tank vent hose that used to go into a charcoal cannister? If so, shouldn't it be UN-plugged, not plugged with a bolt as it is now?

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on my car the "vent hose" runs from the tank filler hose to a plastic bottle tucked over the right-side fender well in the trunk.

I would guess that your 'second hose' under the hood isn't that line.

Just guessing---but it could be a return line for injection setup.

if you're running a carb, then that line isn't needed.

you could plug it at the tank (most do) or leave it plugged under the hood as it is....but it should be plugged. Don't want stray fumes.

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