lol whoever told you that... i would go back to them at the dealer and be like ...."hmmm look its that magical fuel filter i was talking about: guess its real".chucks said:I went to go get my 02 gls changed and the dealer here said I didn't have one either... I just went and bought the filter and I'm gonna do it myself.
What rubber inlet is this? The black rubber thing that goes under the white plastic cap?and a note we needed to address is the the rubber inlet that goed from the fuel pump to the filter needs to be taken off the old one and placed on the new one or your psi will be like 3.4 and should be like 47 or sumthing
I am also curious as to where would be a good place to buy one online. that place has an actual image of the filter, so you can be pretty sure you're getting the right part.Since actually getting to my dealer WHEN THEY'RE OPEN, is a PITA for me, does anyone know of alternate places to purchase the filter assembly? I found it at PartsTrain for $28.75:
I was told from MLD that the filter is in the firewall.Anyone have a DIY for a '00 elantra gls?
Yes Bro, Your filter was definitely dirty. I think a better plan would be to not let the fuel level get to low. The more gas that is in the tank, the more diluted the contaminates will be.Very Helpful DIY post, just changed mine today using this post, after 60K the filter was nasty, all sorts of stuff left in it, very glad i changed it... the interesting thing is my brother in law changed his next to me same day and all and his old filter wasent as bad and only has bout 8k less, but he uses supreme gas, so i'm wondering if regular tends to be alot "dirty-er" lol i dunno...
anyways great post, very helpful!!!!
btw, only paid $22 for my filter through a Hyundai Dealer, same filter and everything!!!