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You have a bad charcoal canister. Go underneath the left rear of the car, pull the big hose off the charcoal canister, and if charcoal come out of the hose, replace the canister. This is a common problem w/Hyundai and Kia.

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GAS PUMP KEEP CUTTING OFF WHILE PUMP GAS.POSSIBLE CAUSE IS EVAP CANISTER GAS SOAKSTOPPED UP.OR BROKEN OR MISSING VACUUM LINE TO EVAP CANISTER OR PURGE CONTROL SOLENOID.WHAT HAPPEN WHEN PUMPING GAS AND PUMP TURNS OFF FUEL TANK HAS EXCESSIVE GAS VAPOR CAUSING HIGH PRESSURE IN GAS TANK FORCING THE GAS PUMP OFF.SEE IF EVAP SYSTEM NOT WORKING.GAS VAPORS BUILD UP IN FUEL TANK.THE EVAP SYSTEM VENT GAS VAPOR BACK IN THE INTAKE MANIFOLD TO BE BURNED IN THE ENGINE COMBUSTION CHAMBER. HAVE EVAP SYSTEM CHECKED OUT.TRICK TO PUMPING GAS WHEN PUMP KICK OFF RAISE GAS PUMP NOZZLE JUST A LITTLE ALLOWING GAS VAPOR ESCAPE THAT WAY IT WONT TURN OFF.

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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