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Cracked Jaguar Evap Hose

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Replace the secondary EVAP hose and re-use the hose fasteners.

The MIL on a 2014 and later Jaguar F-Type may be on with DTCs relevant to an EVAP fault stored in the PCM. This may be caused by the hose from the diagnostic module tank leakage (DMTL) pump to the evaporative emissions canister-secondary becoming deteriorated and cracked due to ozone exposure/aging. Inspect the hose. If no signs of cracking/deterioration are found, this is not the cause. Continue with EVAP diagnostics. If the hose is at fault, replace, re-using the hose fasteners. A new hose is available as P/N T2R11439.

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