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#1 Old 06-21-2012, 07:14 PM
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2007 2.7gls code P0441

I like many have encountered the P0441 code and my Santa Fe stalls after fueling and requires constant revving for a bit to stay going. Previous threads seem to point to the Purge Control Valve. My question is where did others get theirs? From the dealer or Napa, autozone, ect. I am not getting anywhere online. Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
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Link to part ==> http://www.napaautoparts.com/Catalog...650_0311520327

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I called local Napa dealer and they said they showed a price but could not get the part. So I just went to local Hyundai dealer and paid $94.50 for Purge control valve. It wasn't too bad putting on. It took me about 1 -1 1/2 hours to replace. Car seems to start better. When wife gets home I am going to take it down to Autozone and clear the code. Then I will get fuel and see how it goes.

Canderson--Thanks for the link. What I ran into was no one locally could get the part. I looked online but I could not tell if the part matched so dealership was just quick and easy. I like to save money on parts but this time I had to just get it fixed as we are heading to the beach this weekend.
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Are the Santa fe's a turn key turn key to get the codes?Or do you need a reeder?
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Hi.
I'm new to this forum and I have a Santa Fe 2007 2.7 gls which has code P0441. After reading it here and on internet, I'm assuming that the control valve is stuck open and there fore I cant pass the annual NY state inspection. Can someone please tell me where is this located? I have looked at firewall but I don't see one. Thanks in advance.
Go easy, as I'm a newbie.
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What is the part Number? Where is it located? Thank you.
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What is the part Number?
Visit your local Hyundai dealer, they should have couple on the shelf..

Where is it located?
Adjacent to throttle body.. look at vacuum rote label under hood, should show you where to look via the picture

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I have a 2008 Santa Fe with the 2.7L engine. On that vehicle it's located between the throttle body intake (TBI) and the firewall. If you loosen the hose to the TBI and remove the top of the air filter assembly it is easy to see. The purge control valve is a pain to replace on the 2.7L, the electrical connector does want to unplug without some help from the bottom with a small screw driver. It's easy to disconnect the longer more exposed hose and remove it, but the short hose on the engine side is virtually impossible to get off without cutting it. You can't detach the purge valve from the rubber bracket without pushing it towards the passenger's side, and you can't do that with the hose attached. You can't remove the hose because of the 90 degree plastic elbow that is two inches long on one side and the bracket on the other side which gives you no room.

If you don't cut it you will spend hours trying to remove the assembly and fail. If you cut it the job will take 20 minutes. I suggest just cutting it, but be careful not to cut the plastic elbow, just the hose in small space where there is no plastic. The part number is 28910-3E100. I obtained the part from the local Hyundai dealer for less than forty dollars with tax. You can pay a lot more for it if you're not careful. The one from Hyundai did not come with the short replacement hose. I guess if you pay $90 you get the hose for free. Fortunately I had a few inches of 5/16 fuel line hose that matched the stock hose. It goes together easy, and it will save you about $200 if you do it yourself. I used an OBD II code reader to obtain the code (P0441) and also to clear the fault.

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Thank you ever so much for your helpful hints. I replaced my purge valve in 30minutes on my 2007 Santa Fe 2.7, which I ordered direct form Hyundai for $38.00.

I would like to add that I was able to slide the rubber purge valve bracket off to the drivers side without having to disconnect the smaller hose; there was enough flex to do this.Then I was able to slide the hose off the purge valve. I would be prepared to cut the small hose. I think I got lucky. On another side note, it was helpful to remove the first two sections of the air filter and engine comer to get better access. Thanks again.
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P0441 code

I'm the original owner of an '07 Santa Fe GLS with 102K miles. Last weekend, my Check Engine light came on for the first time. Had it read at Auto Zone. It is P0441. Sounds like it could be time for a new purge control valve.

Is there a way to test this valve to know for sure that this is the culprit?

Thanks in advance!
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