Hi I am replacing rear suspension components on my 1999 4 Cylinder LE Toyota Camry and realized that Toyota engineered this model's undercarriage in a way to charge consumers more for PARTS & LABOR because in order for the Rear FORWARD Lower/Adjustable Lateral Control Arm to properly be removed about via its 7-8" long 19mm bolt that connects through to the Rear REARWARD Lower/Adjustable Lateral Control Arm more clearance is needed than the inch given with the Gas Tank Installed.

During The Gas Tank removal I noticed that there was a Plastic Box With Several Connectors and Ports hidden in above the Anti-Sway/Roll Bar AND Rear FORWARD Lower/Adjustable Lateral Control Arm.... I Found some plastic hoses that were hanging and ripped just dangling upon further inspection and some electrical wires and connectors as well. I went through my old Chilton Manual for this model but I could not find information on this component...can anyone please explain:

a. What this is ?

b. Its purpose ?

c. How many connections run through it

d. Any other pertinent information related to this Plastic Box

e. Point me to some links, videos, websites I can learn from please and thank you.

I have attached Pictures of this Plastic Box with connectors below.

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  • Its part of the evaporative emissions system
    – Moab
    May 18 '20 at 22:33
  • How long has the check engine light been on showing evap leak large code?
    – mikes
    May 19 '20 at 0:54

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