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How much would it cost to replace the charcoal canister on a 2002 Hyundai?


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2013-11-06 16:52:04
2013-11-06 16:52:04

It can cost as much as about $300 to replace the charcoal canister on the 2002 Hyundai. This varies according the mechanic labor pricing in your area. The canister averages around $100 to $150.

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