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Vapor Storage Canister
ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 to outside.  Check element for punctures or splits by looking through filter paper toward light held in center of element.  Do not wash element.  Replace with new element, if necessary. Fig.  7  Dry Type Air Cleaner Filter b. Foam  Wrap  Dry  Type  Remove  air  cleaner  element assembly,  clean  any  accumulation  of  dirt  from  air cleaner housing.  Remove foam wrap from element, and  tap  element  lightly  on  a  flat  surface  or  use  low air  pressure  to  remove  dirt  particles.    Blow  air  from inside  filter  element  to  outside.  Check  element  for punctures   or   splits   by   looking   through   filter   paper toward light held in center of element.  Do  not  wash element.   Replace   with   new   element,   if   necessary. Wash  foam  wrap  in  soap  and  water  and  dry  with compressed   air.      Submerge   foam   wrap   in   light engine    oil    and    squeeze    excess    oil    from    wrap. Replace  damaged  wrap,  if  necessary.    Install  foam wrap on element and reassemble air cleaner. c. Oil  Bath  Type  -  Remove  air   cleaner   from   engine. Remove  oil  sump  and  drain  oil.    Wash  sump  and mesh     filter     element     in     solvent     and     dry     with compressed  air.    Refill  sump  and  oil  mesh  element with engine oil of same viscosity used in the engine. Allow    excess    oil    to    drip    from    element    before reassembly.  Reinstall air cleaner. 7.  Replace Filter at Bottom of Evaporative Vapor Storage Canister (where used). The   air   filter   located   at   the   bottom   of   the   vapor storage  canister  (Fig.    8)  should  be  replaced  at  the  interval shown on the Maintenance Intervals Chart, or more frequently under severe dusty conditions. Fig.  8  Vapor Storage Canister Air Filter Location 7A.  Gasoline Evaporative Loss Control System In   compliance   with   California   air   pollution   control regulations, all IH gasoline powered vehicles sold in California will   utilize   gasoline   evaporative   loss   control   system   which reduces     the     amount     of     gasoline     vapors     entering     the atmosphere   from   the   vehicle's   fuel   system.      Below   is   a schematic  view  of  a  typical  gasoline  evaporative  loss  control system. Fig.  9  Typical Schematic View of Fuel Tank Gasoline Evaporative Loss Control System To  accomplish  evaporative  control  the  system  must perform three basic functions: CGES-215  Page 9 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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