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I was informed to blow the carbon from my gas lines,there are 4 lines and I don't know if it is all 4 or just two lines. I have a 2004 hyundai sonata, difficulty putting gas in car and right after car won't start. Replaced fuel pump & filter,replaced censor & valve, and fuel canister and still having the same problem, so the hyundai dealer said to blow out lines to emove carbon. My question is which lines, there is a total of 4 lines. debra

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This isnt a job for you. Whoever replaced the canister should have assured all the lines were clear. You want to take ALL of them off and confirm all are clear. make sure the vent valve is operating.

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