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Replace the vent vapor seloid on my 2006 Chevy Silverado there's a hose that goes up to the motor where does it look up to it's just laying there

Need to know where the hose Hook up to that comes from vent seloid to the motor it's not hooked to anything as I can see

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SOURCE: where is the fuel/vapor/ vent pressure sensor

the fuel vapor pressure sensor is mounted on top of the fuel tank in the fuel pump assemsbly. here is a picture

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