i am no expert in this area, but i was just reading up on why we have charcoal cannisters andhow important they are.2006 Nissan T30 X-Trail QR25DE
Hi, back again with another question about the evap system.
While trying to move the carbon/evap/charcoal cannister to get access to the sway bars, I snapped the bolt holding the cannister, and without being able to safely tie it in place till I can get to my buddy who is a welder, I was wondering if there was a way to just "Bypass" the system without causing any issues or any dangerous leaking fuel vapors.
And bonus if it can Bypass a 0455 large leak code the cannister itself is causing (however since a sensor is disconnected it is throwing a <0452 EVAP system pressure switch 'A' circuit low>)
Thanks in advance for your input!
Main two points
1. It helps keep the environment clean. *(
Because the canister collects this vapor and then uses it to power the engine, the EVAP system helps cars be safer for the environment and more efficient.)
2. The charcoal cannister helps to protect the driver and his/he occupants from any dangerous/ noxious fumes entering the cabin which could make you very ill or lose consciousness.
So if you decide to remove it and drive without it , ROLL DOWN YOUR WINDOWS to fully ventilate the vehicle's cabin.
But , reading from the article, you should keep the charcoal cannister.
Id ask your mechanic buddy to blow some compress air into it ( gently as to not damage internally) while he has it half dangling and up on the hoist).
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