There are Eight pieces of tubing in that line, and it goes from the front bumper to the gas tank.
I've done this on all 3 cars; I'll bet the evap cannister/solenoid is laying in the front bumper.
The Evap lines are disintegrating.
IIRC: There's a piece at the TB, one under the inlet tube, on the frame rail, one at the cannister, one to the solenoid, one under the pass fender liner, one at he fuel filter, and one at the gas tank.
There could be more, but I think that's it.
It's all 1/4" line except for the piece at the solenoid.
The one at the solenoid is two sizes; I put one piece of tubing inside another, and glued it with rtv.
You don't Have to glue it, as it's nominally at vacuum, but a slight backfire will make it pop apart.
The don't normally backfire, unless you do something wrong writing a tune.
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