"this is an exact match to the OEM Kia filter. It installs next to the gasoline filler tube underneath the rear wheel well liner.The canister is held by two 10 mm head screws which are very hard to remove due to the location and limited clearances. In the end I simply relied on metal fatigue to remove the old canister then ran a nylon cable tie through the two mounting holes and around the filler tube to keep the new filter in place.The filter was replaced at 70k miles as part of a suggested repair for an OBD code pointing to a failed canister close valve. I replaced the close valve and the code still came on. However turns out the old filter was still serviceable with no noticeable pressure drop when pull air through it."posted by: ed on January 20, 2014
Select your Hyundai Vapor Canister Filter model from the list below.