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Q:where is part#cp544 located on my 2000 1500 silverado
A:Hi Richard, For help with your project, I recommend purchasing a Haynes or Chilton repair manual specifically for your vehicle. This should be able to assist you further into detail on how to repair or replace specific parts.
Q:How do you install the 2nd part? Or is this needed?
A:Hi t-bear, good question! This vapor canister vent solenoid is vehicle specific. For assisting you further please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle.
Q:where is the vapor canister located on my 2000 chevy silveradoo?
A:Hi Hewitwo, please follow the instructions to replace the evaporative canister: 1. Set the Silverado's emergency brake. chock the front wheels. Raise the rear of the vehicle with a jack, and place it on jack stands. 2. Locate the EVAP canister, attached to a bracket next to the fuel tank, on the driver's side of the truck. 3. Disconnect the quick-connect hoses from the EVAP canister -- squeeze the retainer tabs together and pull the large hose off the canister. Push the locking tab in, and pull off the smaller hose. 4. Remove the EVAP canister's bracket mounting bolt with a socket wrench. Remove the canister from the bracket. 5. Install the new EVAP canister to the bracket, and tighten the mounting bolt with a socket wrench. Replace the quick-connect hoses by pushing them into the fittings; the tabs will snap, when the hose is secure. 6. Lower the vehicle to the ground.