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Having trouble pumping gas into 2005 hyundai elantra

Its like its not getting enough air so it keeps clicking off pump nozzle takes a long time to put gas in car, i mean a long time

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You have a blocked or restricted evaporative cannister or vent valve or both. When you fill the tank with gas, the air is expelled through a line attatched to the emissions cannister and then through another line to the vent valve. If these are restricted or damaged, this could cause your symptoms. Usually you can still fill the tank very slowly though. Usually, the canister ges saturated from gas from overfilling (topping off).
The fix is to replace the EVAP canister.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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