Hyundai Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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The only diagrams that exist are below.
In general there is only one EVAP connection to the engine and that is from the purge valve on the back of the intake manifold to the manifold. The rest of the system is at the rear of the car.
There is a common problem with the charcoal canister coming apart and allowing charcoal granules to be sucked up the hose to the engine sticking the purge valve open. The canister is under the left rear corner and if you pull the large hose off the canister and see loose charcoal it needs to be replaced.
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The emissions drawing for the evap system is complete as shown, as I say there is not a lot to this and it sounds like what you really need is a mechanic to put this back together.
Not knowing what was or wasn't done I cannot see what has to be done and you don't know where it goes to describe it to me. Sorry but you need to hire a mechanic that can put a few hours in this and put it back how it should be. I suggest that you find an independent shop to work on this or a Hyundai dealer so they are familial with the layout. It is not in the manuals.
Not passing emissions is different from the Evap system so once you get everything installed correctly you have to run it awhile to get the junkyard out of it and then see where the emissions sit, you may have to replace O2 sensors and catalytic converters at 209,000 to get it to pass.
Sorry if this is not what you are looking for but it is the way this will get repaired.
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