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2002 hyundai sonata. where is the purge valve canister located

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Underneath the car in the rear on or next to the drivers side rail ...

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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    WRONG! On 2002 Sonata's it is in the engine compartment, unfortunately from V6 to L4 engines the location within the compartment varies, but look for two black hoses with green or pink stripes on them going into the purge valve, and look for a two-wire connector coming out of it.

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