Your Hyundai fuel pump enables the gasoline you put in your car, truck, or SUV to travel from the gas tank to the fuel injector system. Often, the Hyundai fuel pump is located within the tank itself, where the gasoline cools the motor and keeps the pump running longer and more efficiently. Your Hyundai fuel pump is either mechanically or electrically operated. A mechanical Hyundai fuel pump uses a fuel filter, while an electrical Hyundai pump requires a fuel pump strainer in addition to the filter and the pump itself. The fuel filter and pump strainer are essential to the operation of your Hyundai fuel pump, as contaminants in gasoline can clog the pump and cause it to break down. There are many things you can do to improve the efficiency and the life of your Hyundai fuel pump. One step you can take is to make sure you never have less than a quarter tank of gas. If you routinely run your tank down to E, your Hyundai fuel pump is not getting the cooling effects of the gasoline, and the parts become strained and worn, which makes them more likely to stop working. You should also make sure to change your fuel filter regularly to keep dirt and contaminants out of the workings of your Hyundai fuel pump. However, like all mechanical or electronic parts, your Hyundai fuel pump may eventually fail. If you need a replacement Hyundai fuel pump, look no further than our extensive online catalogue for the pump that fits your vehicle's make and model. Don't forget to order a new fuel filter and fuel pump strainer along with your Hyundai fuel pump. Once your vehicle has been restored to maximum fuel efficiency with a new Hyundai fuel pump, keep up that preventative maintenance to ensure a long and productive life for your fuel pump.