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Old 01-02-2007
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I know this is about an Explorer part, but it is a RBV....

what are these things? the tray they were in was rotten under mom's Explorer, so i zip tied them up till i can get to the junk yard......

i am just curious what they are for...




here is the tray....the local dealership wants $180 for the part...and that is NO markup since i have a good friend that works there...so come Saturday i will hit up the local junk yard to find one in decent shape....
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flux capacitors. follow the lines to see where they go?
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eww rust..gotta love the northern states

i have absolutely no clue what them things are for..
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flux capacitors. follow the lines to see where they go?
lol......
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lol......
i was kiddin in the first part. seriosly though, follow the lines to see where they go
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^^ i know....i didn't have time yesterday to do it, so i thought someone on here would know.....i am guess something to do with emissions....
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Carbon canisters for evaporative emission control.
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Carbon canisters for evaporative emission control.
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sweet thanks Bob!
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yuppers i took mine outta my blazer lmao stupid things
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HA, nice one there bob.........you seem to know all the aquard(sp?) items
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