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charcoal canister help, please

i bought a new charcoal canister, because mine was simple GONE. i took it out of the box and it is much larger than i expected: it is about eleven inches tall and about 4 inches in diameter. also, it seems there are three intake/outlet holes. while it may seem that they are self explanatory, they are labeled tank/luft/motor, for the life of me, i cannot figure out how the hoses are supposed to be routed. being that i didn't ever see the old one, just have always smelled gasoline in its absence after filling up, i have not a clue. PLUS i am mechanically challenged.

how do i install the thing? what is the hose routing? and is it kosher to install it under the hood instead of in the wheel well? (sounds blasphemous, but i don't know if the bugger really should fit there - and i know it would be much easier to rig a mount for it under the hood.)
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