Question about 2001 Hyundai Santa Fe
Leads me to believe filler tube leading to tank may be partially collapsed / obstructed? how can I resolve this problem?
Hi if you look into filler pipe you will see a flap/restrictor just inside this is to prevent wron fuel filler nozzle from entering so unless you put the correct fuel nozzle fully into tank fill pipe and this pushes flap open you will experience slow filling ALSO? to put fuel in tank the air inside must be able to displace emit from tank ok this is done via a hose from tank and is usually clipped along side the filler pipe under wheel arch below filler check and ensure this pipe is clear and also free from kinks? as this if blocked will not allow displacement of air from tank as fuel level increases? hope this is clear enough for you to understand?
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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