Question about Hyundai Elantra
Does anybody know how i can get this fixed?? My boyfriend can work on cars a little bit i'm hoping there is a part that i can buy and he can fix it but we just cant seem to find out what is wrong? Pleas somebody help... thanks
Your Elantra like most cars and trucks has a safety ventilated fill tank...first try pulling the gas nozzle out of your tank about one inch or two while filling at the pump...this should keep the hose from auto shut/off but be careful as you are eliminating a safety shut off...you may need to do this several times at different stops for gas until you surprisingly notice that you don't need to do this any longer...the system will eventually bleed the air out, and return to normal fill operation. Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello... This light indicates that you might have a problem with your Electronic Power Steering (EPS)...
Have a shop check it out...
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
SOURCE: fill up with gas
i had the same problem, you have to change the perge control valve, its on the back of the engine below where the plastic intake pipe meets the metal intake manifold on the back side of the engine between the engine block and the firewall, on the underside of your car hood you will see a vacume system diagram, it will illistrate where the valve is, it should cost about 30 bucks or so at a hyundai dealership
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
Black rubber vacuum hoses are often a cause for heater failure, especially in older cars. Anytime the hood is up and engine is cool start inspecting and following these hoses as far as possible. They should be firm, springy upon pressing and fairly smooth. If soft,crumbly,powdery,oily, stiff/inflexible etc. they should be replaced. The ends should fit very tight over their fittings. Vacuum hose is not expensive so just replace any which are suspect. You may get lucky and find a leaker. If not you have eliminated a future leak. Be sure to mention the vac. hoses have been replaced if you need to write back and ask more questions.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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