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Help with carbon canister connection

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I am trying to reconnect the fuel vent lines and the carbon canister to my car, but don't know if the canister I bought is the correct one, since I heard there are 2 types depending on the option code the car has, M660 or M664, could someone help me if I post my VIN?

The car is a MY 2000, 2.7, 5-speed, US car

Thanks in advance

Edited by chichomeyer
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Thanks Loren, already tried that but no option codes appear..

I had P0447 code when scanned, but after connecting some vacuum hoses and re-connecting the battery, the CEL is still off..

The real problem with the car is that it stalls when the engine gets hot, and all blower fans are working. I thought it was a vacuum problem, but I'm still having this problem and no CEL light now..

At first it happened only with the A/C on, it would stall at every stop light, but now it happens even with it off. Once it stops, I can start it again immediately, so I'm guessing it's not the fuel pump..

Any ideas?

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