The canister purge solenoid valve is a container located inside the engine bay that houses fuel vapors to be recycled back into the combustion system when necessary. It is normally mounted on the firewall of the engine compartment.Know More
The canister purge solenoid valve also serves as a diagnostics tool used to troubleshoot the emission system. The valve is able to be manually shut to test for leaks in the system.
The canister purge valve is difficult to diagnose since its failure can cause other sensors from the emission system to malfunction. When the charcoal inside the canister breaks apart, it may cause some pieces to jam the valve. Common symptoms of a malfunctioning canister purge solenoid include an erratic idle and illuminated check engine light.Learn more about Car Parts & Maintenance
A child support purge bond is an amount of money that a delinquent parent must pay in order to avoid a contempt of support order, which can result in jail time. This order for a child support purge bond must come from a court.Full Answer >
One method of purging a propane tank involves bleeding out the shipping air and then filling the tank with propane vapor instead of liquid propane. This process is repeated for several cycles. Another method involves using a vacuum pump to create a vacuum in the tank of about 26 inches of mercury, or 2 PSI absolute pressure, and then filling the tank with propane vapor to 1 atmosphere of pressure.Full Answer >
Homeowners can purge air from a hot water boiler by using a screwdriver or radiator key to turn the radiator valve and slowly let the air out. They should hold a cup or container under the valve, as purging air causes it to drip water.Full Answer >
Attachments for Electrolux canister vacuums include dusting brushes, hose handle swivel grips, crevice tools, power nozzles and shag rug rakes. As of March 2015, EZVacuum.com carries at least 10 different attachments for Electrolux canister vacuums that are priced between $7 and $40.Full Answer >