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My 2002 hyndia elantria overfills itself at the gas station what cause that

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Run the fault codes and check for problems in the venting from the cannister and purge valve operation

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The biggest problem people complain about is not being able to fill the tank without the pump stopping if the tank is filled at a higher rate than a trickle. This issue is caused by trying to overfill the tank after the fill nozzle has clicked off causing fuel to damage the evaporative charcoal canister clogging it and causing the blow back to the filler neck and fill nozzle, simulating a full tank shut-off of the filling process. This is not exclusive of Hyundai, and gas pumps usually warn of overfilling the fuel tank because of this known result. This evap containment mechanism was developed for the cars to replace the vapor collecting mechanism that gas stations used to use partly for the fill nozzle and collection dangers, now all that vapor is collected and safely burned when the engine is running. The evap canister can be expensive to replace, in the neighborhood of $150 from the dealer, and it's not recommended to try and bypass the system or you can create more issues than you solve.

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