Question about Hyundai Sonata
Posted by Anonymous on
pop the boot and remove carpet.
u will see a black plastic square cover with wire poking through it
thats the fuel pump access hole
so much easier than dropping the tank
Posted on Sep 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: XG Hyundai Grandeur 1999
could be several problems either a defective guage,a loose wire or a bad sending unit which is in the tank itself and requires a fair amount of work to replace. please rate this solution
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
Passenger compartment relay box next the ECM
you will see 5 relay
2 to the left & 1 in the middle & 2 to the right
The one in the middle is the fuel pump relay
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
Turn the car on and listen for a sound resembling an electric motor running, which should stop after just a few seconds of having the key turned to acc (pre ignition) If nothing then you will have to drop the gas tank belts and pull the pump from the upper assymbly. I believe it is threaded normally and the fuel hoses can be removed with the ends taped to keep dust and dirt from making its way into your fuel system.
Check O'Reilys or Autozone for the pump
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Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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You will have to obtain a siphon kit from your local auto parts store and siphon the gas out of your gas tank, you will need to drop your gas tank out of your vehical, the electronic fuel pump is located inside the gas tank, the reason for removing the gas out of the tank is because of you try and remove the tank with it halfway full or full the tank will be to heavy and you run the risk of dropping it and ripping off the delivery and return lines as well as the electrical connections for the pump from the vehical, so make sure you have a way of draining the gas it will make your job much easier as far as removal of the tank is concerned......
Posted on Dec 07, 2010
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