Question about 1998 Hyundai Elantra
You have a vaccum leak. Look under your hood for a 1/4 inch black plastic line. It can be hooked into your filter intake housing. Usually this is where the leak is. There also is a black round plastic ball shape device under the hood. This usually has a vaccum line connected, you don't want any leaks there. Those are the easy fix suggestions for a vaccum leak. If you can't find it there, look for other vaccum operated items that are model specific. Hope that helps.
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