It’s a habit many of us as drivers have and exercise every day – when refueling, we keep clicking at the nozzle handle to round out our purchase or to squeeze every last kilometer possible out of tank-full. But did you know that feeding your vehicle enough fuel, especially until it levels out well into the filler neck, can cause problems with emissions systems?
Every vehicle on the road that meets current emission controls’ regulations has some type of vapour control system. It’s there to capture raw fuel vapors from escaping into the atmosphere. With most gasoline powered vehicles, this system usually involves a canister with a charcoal medium, sensors, valves, and lines.
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