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Hyundai Sonata fuel tank vent clogged

Fuel fills slowly

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Actually I had that problem, its a faulty fuel sensor, and can be replaced under warranty. at first they had me unplug a fuse while the car was running then shut it off and plug it in then start the car. did that for 2 more fillups b4 they finally replace the faulty sensor.

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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SOURCE: fuel filling clicks off repeatedly when not full

i had the same problem on my 2003 vibe... they replaced the filler tube also and it didn't fix it then they replaced the entire fuel filling system including the venting tupe and located a bee hive honeycomb in the vent line and that was what was causing the problem and have no problems since. hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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SOURCE: I can't fill the fuel tank on 2002 chevy impala it

the vent should be located on the filler tube remove the hose to check for any blockage, if it is pluged use compressed air to remove debree sometimes bees like to make nest is small places replace the hose if you cant un plug

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

polarcycle
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SOURCE: problem filling gas tank

Sounds like you need a new filler neck. There is a vent, and it is part of the filler neck. Or there could be a bad valve at the bottom of the neck.

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 hyundai sonata 4 cl can't pump fuel into tank @ normal rate

The sending unit in your tank is going bad replace it.

Posted on Jul 10, 2009

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Hi there:

There is a tank pressure vent that allows the pressure from the gas entering the tank when you are filling it, to be vented, otherwise it will kick the fuel nozzle off. That vent ties into the same system as the valve in the recall. Ask your dealer.




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We have an "04 Suzuki Verona that does the same thing, we have found that it is not the station as much as it is the angle that the tank inlet is on. When you put the gas nozzle in, it fills with some air to replace the gas comming out of the nozzle. Unless you find a place that has a higher pressure pump, you are in a long and "Clicking Off" ownership when it time to pump gas. For the record, I have noticed that if I chose the lowest setting on the handle, the pump will ussually fill about $10 at a time. two or three of those, and its a done deal. Hope this helps you.

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