Hyundai Elantra: Schematic Diagrams - Evaporative Emission Control System - Emission Control System - Hyundai Elantra HD 2006–2010 Service ManualHyundai Elantra: Schematic Diagrams

Schematic Diagram

Canister is filled with charcoal and absorbs evaporated vapor in fuel tank. The gathered fuel vapor in canister isdrawn into the intake manifold by the ECM when appropriate conditions are set.
Purge Control Solenoid Valve (PCSV)
Purge Control Solenoid Valve (PCSV) is installed in the passage connecting canister and intake manifold. It is aduty type solenoid valve and is operated by ECM signal. To draw the absorbed vapor into the intake manifold, the ECM will open the PCSV, otherwise the passage remains closed.
Canister Close Valve (CCV)
The Canister Close Valve (CCV) is located between canister and fuel tank air filter. It closes off the air inlet to the canister for the Evaporative Emissions System leak detection inspection function and also prevents fuel vapors from escaping from the Canister when the vehicle is not operating.
Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor (FTPS)
The Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor (FTPS) is an integral part of the monitoring system. The FTPS. checks Purge Control Solenoid Valve (PCSV) operation and leaks in the Evaporative Emission Control System by monitoring pressure and vacuum level in the fuel tank during PCSV operating cycles.
Fuel Filler Cap
A ratchet tightening device on the threaded fuel filler cap reduces the chances of incorrect installation, which would seal the fuel filler. After the gasket on the fuel filler cap and the fill neck flange contact each other, the ratchet produces a loud clicking noise indicating the seal has been set.
Evaporative System Monitoring
Evaporative Emission Control Monitoring System consists of fuel vapor generation, evacuation, and leakage check step. At first, the OBD-II system checks if vapor generation due to fuel temperature is small enough to start monitoring, and then it evacuates the evaporative system by means of PCSV with ramp in order to maintain a certain vacuum level. The final step is to check if there is vacuum loss by any leakage of the system.
Vapor Generation Checking
During stabilization period, the PCSV and the CCV are closed, and the system pressure is measured as starting pressure (DP_A). After a certain defined period (T1), thesystem pressure (DP_B) is measured again and the difference from the starting pressure is calculated. If this difference(DP_B - DP_A) is bigger than a threshold, there should be excessive vapor and the monitor is aborted for next checking. On the contrary, if the difference is lower than another negative threshold, PCSV is regarded a smal function such as clogged at open position.
PCSV is opened with a certain ramp for the pressure to reach down to a certain level. If pressure can’t be lowered below a threshold, the system is regarded as fuel cap-opened or having a large leakage.
Leakage Checking
PCSV is closed and the system waits for a period toget stabilized pressure. During checking period (T2), the system measures the beginning and the end of the system pressure(DP_C, DP_D). The diagnosis valueis the pressure difference corrected by natural vapor generation(DP_B - DP_A) rate from the vapor generation checking step.
Evaporative System Monitoring

Evaporative And ORVR Emission Control System

Evaporative And ORVR Emission Control System

On-Board Refueling Vapor Recovery (ORVR) system is designed to prevent fuel tank vapor (HC) emissions during refueling at the gas station.
This system consists of a fill vent valve, fuel shut-off valve, fuel cut valve (for roll over), two way valve (pressure/vacuum relief), fuel liquid/vapor separator which is installed beside the filler pipe, charcoal canister which is mounted under the rear floor LH side member and protector, tubes and miscellaneous connections.
While refueling, ambient air is drawn into the filler pipe so as not to emit fuel vapors in the air. The fuel vapor in the tank is then forced to flow into the canister via the fill ventvalve. The fuel liquid/vapor separator is olates liquid fueland passes the pure vapor to the charcoal canister.
While the engine is operating, the trapped vapor in the canister is drawn into the intake manifold and then into the engine combustion chamber. According to this purge process, the charcoal canister is purged and recovers its absorbing capability.

1. Fuel Filler Cap
2. Fuel Filler Pipe
3. Fuel Shut-OFF Valve
4. Fuel Tank
5. ORVR Valve
6. 2-Way & Cut Valve
7. Evaporative Hose
8. Evaporative Hose
9. Canister
10. Canister Close Valve (CCV)
11. Fuel Feed Line
12. Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor (FTPS)
13. Purge Control Solenoid Valve (PCSV)

    Description and Operation
    Description Evaporative Emission Control System prevents fuel vaporstored in fuel tank from vaporizing into the atmosphere. When the fuel evaporates in the fuel tank, the vaporpasses through ...

    Repair procedures
    Inspection [System Inspection] 1. Disconnect the vacuum hose from the throttle body, and connect a vacuum pump to the vacuum hose. 2. Che ...