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I do a fair about of dirt road driving in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and deserts of California and Nevada.

With the windows up the X get extreamly dusty inside. I have had to seal the vents in the rear cargo areas. The inside door handles have dust all around them on all 4 doors. I sealed the plastic inner door panels with clear silicon RTV but the dust is still getting in.

The SES light just came on while I was out in the Sierra's, took it to the dealer when I got home, turns out the vent valve was the problem, I saw another post about Mud in the Evap canister, this is where that valve is.

Apparently dust gets in there and clogs the valve.

Going to have to look at a that section, if there is a vent hose, going to have to look at relocating it.

Im at 30K on the X.

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Dude...it's so dry and dusty here in Central Cal, I don't think I could ever seal the truck enough to keep the dust out. It was so dusty on tmy last trip to Yosemite, I actually had almost half an inch of dust laying on top of the rear bumper.


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When you get further into this ,,,,Can you post some pics and a
" How To" ?

Do you do the ghosttowning on your own ?

Jim B
 
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