Q: Location of evap control solenoid

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Where is the evap control soleniid located on a 2000 Ford Windstar?

My car has 175000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

According to the manual it states the location of the purge control valve is connected between the intake manifold and the vapor line to the carbon canister under left side of vehicle behind drivers door. Follow the vapor pipe from canister up to under and next to the brake booster. The purge valve is located between brake booster and engine.

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