Car Won T Start After Getting Gas Hyundai. Don’t place the gas nozzle in all the way. I haven't replaced the purge valve yet.
So, check the fuel pump fuse and replace it if found blown off. Start with the lowest setting on the nozzle and let the pump run until it shuts off the nozzle. However, the radio and lights work, just needs the boost to start after gas.
If Your Hyundai Sonata Won't Start, The Problem Is Related To The Battery, The Battery Terminals, The Key Fob Battery, The Starter, The Alternator, The Fuel Filter, The Fuse, The Spark Plug, Or The Engine.
The fuel pump is the equipment that pressurizes the fuel inside your gas tank and transports it into the engine of your car. With a failed fuel pump, the gas that you just pumped will not be able to flow into the engine. Don’t attempt to add any more fuel.
If Your Are Having Trouble Starting Your Car After Getting Gas, Then You Need To Replace Your Purge Valve!
A Hyundai That Doesn’t Start Can Have A Range Of Causes Including Dead Battery, Poor Battery Connection, Dead Key Fob, Broken Starter, Blown Fuse, Fuel Pump Failure, Clogged Fuel Filter, Empty Fuel Tank, Defective Spark Plugs Or Any Other Electronics Failure.
I need to get a boost from someone. So you would experience that the car won’t start even after replacing the fuel pump. I've been driving my dad's hyundai sonata (not sure on year) and it has the same problem where it won't start after i fill it with gas, unless i pump the gas pedal.
However, The Radio And Lights Work, Just Needs The Boost To Start After Gas.
Don’t place the gas nozzle in all the way. Start the car and drive away. If the vehicle runs normally…keep using that procedure for all subsequent fill ups.
So, Check The Fuel Pump Fuse And Replace It If Found Blown Off.
The dealer changed vapor recovery canister and valve underneath. Now when you go to start the engine, all these fumes are inside the engine and may take a few cranks in the engine to get the excess fumes worked out of the engine’s intake manifold. Up to $8 cash back this can get pushed into the engine causing an excessively rich condition (too much fuel) inside the engine.