Question about 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe
Against the middle of the firewall in the engine compartment. If you are looking at the engine, its behind the surge tank of the intake manifold. Has one vacuum hose going to intake manifold and one going to EVAP canister in the center of the truck, and one 2 terminal electrical connector.
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
If you live in the US, take it to qany Auto Zone store and thy will read the codes off for you, I would suspect any right thinking competitor would do the same, check if you don't have one near by.
Hope this is of some help.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Just take a picture of it with digital camera or phone. And start removing wires and hoses until they are all out of way of cover. Then remove the bolts all way around cover and pull straight up and it will come right off. If not use a flat head screw driver to prise it off. Clean old gasket off of valvecover and engine. then put it bak together. Tighten bolts slowly, start with ones in center ov it and work your way out. Just finger tight. Then snug, then torque em down. Not too tight as if tostrip the bolt or break it off. Cause it be very expensive. also write down everywhere each wire go's unless you can remember
Posted on May 11, 2010
SOURCE: what parts do I need
You need to have a diagram of the entire EVAP
System, to understand what components are there
Then you need to test with a smoke machine or
a scan tool, to confirm a possible component
failure. Your car doesn't set a code, that tells you
what is wrong or what to replace.
I suggest you use a repair shop and be present
in the service bay, to learn how this is done, then
in the future, you can start to do your own work
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The purge valve is under the car by the driveshaft and looks like this
I do not have specific instructions for replacing these parts, but I think the temperature sensor unscrews. You may want to use a little teflon tape on the new sensor to seal the threads. For the purge sensor, remove the vapor hoses and unclamp it from the bracket. For each sensor, the connector will have a tab you have to press to get the connector off of the part. Let me know if you get stuck or have more questions.
I do not have specific instructions for replacing these parts, but I think the temperature sensor unscrews. You may want to use a little teflon tape on the new sensor to seal the threads.
For the purge sensor, remove the vapor hoses and unclamp it from the bracket.
For each sensor, the connector will have a tab you have to press to get the connector off of the part.
Let me know if you get stuck or have more questions.
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