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Vented Gas Cap?

I have striped down some old smog componants in a recent rebuild including a vac canister that had hoses comming in from the gas tank. What should I do with the hoses and will a vented gas cap work for the lack of Vac to tank.
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It will, but on a 71 Monte Carlo with the gas filler behind the license plate, you should use the vent system it has.
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It will, but on a 71 Monte Carlo with the gas filler behind the license plate, you should use the vent system it has.
Thanks Poncho I never thought to ask model and year

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