Originally Posted by tbird100636
You'll only be able to check for obvious damage and cracks. You need a smoke machine to further verify it. Canisters are mounted under vehicle on spare tire well.
Hi, so... Is this just a plug and play part to replace, or do I need to take it to a shop? Any special equipment, calibrations needed, etc? Had the evap solenoid replaced last week, now 130 mi later, they are telling me the canister has a 1 in crack in it and needs replacing. Really don't feel like paying 2X for labor, when it looks relatively easy to install... I think.
Thanks for any one out there that can give some info on this.