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    2001 Boxster 986

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  1. I had a typo on the code it was P0446, thank you for assistance, I will check with my dealer
  2. I have a 2001 Boxster 986, all of the EVAP diagrams that I find don't reflect what I have on my boxster. The carbon canister has no valve integrated in it and has not lines coming out of the bottom. I am trying to determine what valves I need to replace for this system. I have the one valve under the drivers air manifold and the fuel vapor valve on the gas pipe goose-neck. Are those the only two valves with EVAP system? Any help would be appreciated I am getting P0486 error codes
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