EVAP Hose on 2010 Toyota Corolla

I was told that a squirrel has chewed my EVAP hose that is connected to the gas tank and in order to fix this I have to replace the whole gas tank. Why can't we replace just the EVAP hose?

by in Durham, NC on March 21, 2011
2 answers
ANSWER by on March 21, 2011
think that your question should be asked to "whoever" told you that it needs a fuel tank. if your car is at the dealership, they do not "fix" anything, they just replace assemblies and would never try a quick-set epoxy to repair a broken plastic fitting.
ANSWER by on March 30, 2011
eat the squirrel
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