2009 Hyundai accent. After I put gas in it and crank the car it would die. Is it fuel pump?

Asked by Angie2332 May 02, 2018 at 01:32 PM about the 2009 Hyundai Accent

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So I have noticed that when I fill
my gas tank it won't crank the
first time, but ai crank it an press
the gas it will start. Now the the
other day as I was accelerating
my car mad a noise and then I
couldn't accelerate. The car then
died after coming to a stop. Now I
have changed the fuel pump and
it still doesn't start.

3 Answers

You want to replace the vapor purge solenoid. Not an expensive part but a bit cramped to get to. Be sure to get a genuine oem part.


If your car doesnt start and only does after various tries when putting gas in the tank, it may definitely b your purge valve. I read it on here, changed it and voila problem solved! Thank u guys for this site.

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