Do you have to have vacum hose and or be able to close off a hose when changing the Charcoal cartrige and or the evap vent valve... all these parts are above the spare tire. i can get to them easily...not sure if it is as simple as removeing a part and replaceing it with the new part.
does it take special tools to replace the emmissions parts. on 2006 Isuzu i280 Pickup
by CeceliaC in Hillsborough, NC on November 30, 2011
ANSWER by ccsmog on November 30, 2011
It is that Simple.
ANSWER by patrick mannion on November 30, 2011
It should be as simple as pulling off the old vacuum hoses and pushing on the hoses onto the new components but some newer evap systems use what they call quick disconnect connections they require a special tool to remove mostly newer cars).