Question about 2003 Hyundai Accent
The gas is shutting off because the air is not release out of the gas tank, the air is forced out when gas is going in and this flow goes through vent valve, this valve is located near the fuel tank and the valve may be stuck closed or the hose is blocked. the most common problem is due to spider webs inside the vent hose, the hose will need to be cleaned out to allow the flow of air, i would think the check engine light would be on due to this problem, but if not it will come on if this is not fixxed. let me see if i can get a diagram to help you locate the vent valve and the hose that leads off of it.good day,
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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