Question about Hyundai Motor 2002 Sonata
Had the same problem with my 2002 Sonata--started suddenly. Took it to dealer--said it was probably a "simple" problem like a sticking cellenoid (sp?) or something like that--about $250 to repair including the cost of doing a diagnostic. Received call later stating that the charcoal cannister had broken and allowed charcoal to enter all the lines--cannister replaced to the tune of $500! Dealer was very fair and did give us a little discount for being loyal customers with TWO Hyundai's but said the cost of the job was mostly labor which could not be discounted. That's the SAD news--hope yours is the simple solution. There is information online about doing the job yourself, but my husband did not want to attempt such a job. It is an emissions thing, so eventually, you will have to do something about it. Hope this helps
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
Try turning the pump nozel at 1/4 turns, see if that helps.
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