Question about 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe
From what I read, you may have an issue with the EVAP system. This closes your fuel system vents after you drive it for a bit to allow fumes to be collected in a charcoal canister, and then to be routed back into the engine under certain conditions. I feel that you are getting too much pressure in your tank. The un-doing of the battery will just wipe away the old check engine light issues, until your computer finds another. You also might get your fuel pressure tested to see if it's within specs.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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