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Old 11-30-2009, 07:10 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Hmm...really didn't see the need to bump a two year-old thread for that. But then again, what do I know?
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These are available aftermarket, the problem is Hyundai is not using the industry terminology. Fuel Tank Air Filter translates to Vapor Canister.

The car part stores carries it or can order it. This is for all Santa Fe engines 2001-2006.
Here are some numbers:
Airtex 4B1391
Carquest 73-10371
Wells VC4314

Be prepared for sticker shock ($107), don't know how much the original one costs.

Here is a link to the AutoZone Duralast one made by Wells:

Duralast/Vapor Canister (VC4314) | AutoZone.com

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These are available aftermarket, the problem is Hyundai is not using the industry terminology. Fuel Tank Air Filter translates to Vapor Canister.
I can tell you is not a certified Hyundai trained technician,,, there is indeed an air filter used with the EVAP system.


Be prepared for sticker shock ($107), don't know how much the original one costs.
Ballpark is $123 at dealer

Air filter is to foilter the incoming air through the charchol bed during purge, dont want dirty air clogging the charchol bed
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To clarify, there is indeed a vapor canister filter attached to the vapor canister.

I recently got a 2005 Hyundai Santa FE LX 4WD 3.5L
I was also looking in the owners manual.

Looks like Hyundai updated the description in the parts catalog

The vapor canister filter has a part number of 3145326300 and is under $10
It is labeled 9 in the pic

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would this part that goes bad cause poor or moderatly poor fuel economy by chance??
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The fuel tank filter is under the hood cover, between the engine and the windshield. Replacing this valve fixes the stalling problem after filling up the tank.
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would this part that goes bad cause poor or moderatly poor fuel economy by chance??
NO, it' only job is to keep the air clean that pass into the canister and into intake manifold during purge operation clean so as to not foul the charchol bed with debris

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The fuel tank filter is under the hood cover between the engine and the windshield.
No Sir.. it under the car near the canister, follow the hose

Replacing this valve fixes the stalling problem after filling up the tank.
Tank filter suddenly became a valve ? They not teach that in engine management class, or I was not paying attention..
The EVAP canister air filter is under the car.. not under the hood.
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I think Artdoll2010 is talking about the PCSV which is not a filter but a valve.
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