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Originally posted by ants@Dec 18 2007, 01:59 PM
[b]According to the Hyundai service manual, the fuel filter is integral with the in-tank fuel pump (as Byron said) and is a servicable item.
Originally posted by MiamiLX@Dec 19 2007, 08:47 AM
[b]But there still are two, no?.
*The Filter near the Tank only requires Service if the CEL light comes on. Not
a normally serviced item, according to my Hyundai shop. Of course not what
it says here?.
Originally posted by ants@Dec 18 2007, 05:29 PM
[b]No, there is only ONE fuel filter.*
There is the fuel filter in the tank.
I have* checked the service manual again.* There is an access panel under the seat - secured by 4 screws.* Remove the rear seat squab, remove the access pannel, de-pressurize the fuel system, release the fuel lines, unscrew the fuel pump securing ring, and lift out the fuel pump assembly.
Originally posted by scoobydo@Jan 11 2008, 02:15 PM
[b]According to my service manual the fuel tank air filter replacement is a requirement at 30K. I just had my 30K maintenance done and the charge for the part and labor was $167. This isn't cheap but it is a warranty issue.
They also tried to talk me into a coolant flush and a tranny flush but I think I will go with the manufacturer's recommendations on these items.
Any thoughts or comments?
This is a picture of the Fuel Tank Air Filter - they gave it to me in a plastic bag when I picked up the car.
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