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Old 11-18-2009, 05:33 PM
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I found this EVAP control valve fairly easy to install. Remove four bolts on the plastic cover. The valve is on the end of the plastic canister towards the front of the car- It is on the side of the end of the canister towards the right of the car. To remove, you will need to turn the valve counter clockwise. There is a tab keeping the valve from turning counter clockwise. I just took a long screw driver and pushed up on the tab and then rotated the valve. It turns from the 12 oclock position to the 9 oclosk position.
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Old 11-18-2009, 05:38 PM
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Ok obviously I can't even do something that should be simple. What am I doing wrong here? I have the panel off and the hose off, but I can't get the stupid electrical plug off or get the valve itself off. I have the valve turned about 90 degrees counter clockwise and the thing won't budge, I've tried it at different angles also and nothing. Also I been trying to unclip the electrical connector and I can't get it to budge either, There isn't enough room to fit needle nose pliers under there.
You need to push on the tab on the top of the plug....
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how do i kow if it is this or the gas cap? I just got a new oem gas cap. It didn't solve the issue (maybe its defective?).

My SES light seems to come on between 2/3rds tank and 1/3rd tank then again under 1/8 tank. Does this imply anything? Otherwise I could probably put this thing in myself. Sounds easier then changing a headlight (much easier then replacing a g35 headlight).
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is this the same part? will the work? anyone every try it (you have to scroll down to my selection)?
http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/rafr...&parttype=4936
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It's been a long time since anybody asked questions on this thread. I will try the listed part in the previous post from Rock Auto. Its $40 and is listed as a direct replacement. i will update this post after I replace it.

Thanks to all who added information. My newly aquired '05 sedan is throwing the code so I may try this fix.

Thanks to the OP and all who added information.
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It appears to be the same part. Had the same code p0455 on a very high mile g35 sedan. replaced the vent control valve to the canister and the gas cap, no light so far. i also had to clean out the female area for the gas cap a little as it had accumulated some dirt etc around the fill area. MPGs are significantly better now thank god! now to do that 2nd rear wheel bearing :S now theres a pita for ya. Got mine 63$ from NAPA, was in stock. there was a more expensive 80-90$ version that is apparently a newer design but i'd rather replace it with the exact part. It lasted this long i imagine it will last the remainder of the cars life

i did however snap 3/4 of the bolts to remove the cover for the canister box.. damn midwest rust! you know there is also a small service hole if you dont wanna mess with that its just two tabs on one side you gotta push in with a screwdriver straight up on the outside edges, then the back pops straight up. My clip needed persuading so i ended up taking the cover off completely.
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Do you have the part numbers for the napa parts?
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