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01 986 S hard start after fueling need help please

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I have poured through countless threads of code 95, canister shutoff valve. The problem I am having is only after fueling and it does not matter if it is 5 gallons or full. Car will not start without holding gas pedal to the floor and cranking about 5 seconds plus. Did the canister , car is an 01 986 S.  I do have a purge valve if it goes into the large plastic box forward and up in the passenger fender well. Just seems very odd it does not do it every time I start. I can literally go through many starts until fueling time with no problem at all. I also purchase the line and valve that gown under the intake manifold but I am just shooting in the dark. Hope someone has experienced the same thing and is willing to help. Thanks 

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Thanks. That is the line I have waiting to put in. I am just trying to make sense of when the problem occurs. It is only when gas is added. I do not think the vehicle can tell that Fuel has been added since the key is off at fueling. Further when I get home I always add fuel additive after shut down and the car starts fine. I tried just letting the car run since the engine is in the back. It never likes that. So what initiates the leak test?  Again thanks for taking the time to help.

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