From my understanding and research the 94 and 95 hyundai elantra evap canister is in the right fender as well as this one would probably require removal of the wheel well to access which is not required for evap visual or functional test
Well if BAR interprets the No EVAP Disassembly Rule to mean we don't have to do cap visual on 96+, I'm sure opening the door is equivalent. You know that plastic cover on some Fords above the can? NO DISASSEMBLE.
But if you get a car with the fender liner missing you would have to do it I guess.
No Effect on Emissions in my opinion. Thinking of some scenarios to compare Canisters that are mounted exposed to the elements.
That same Mustang a couple years earlier, mounted down low R.Side Front of engine compartment.
Mid 90s Dodge full size van, mounted L.Side Frame Rail.
Mid 80s GM passenger cars, mounted L.Side Engine Compartment.
If any of you been doing Emission Services since the early days, Remember maintenance T.U. service, replacing Canister Filter along with Spark Plugs and Points @ 12K intervals.
All these Canisters and then some are mounted Exposed to the Elements.
Then again, Only My Opinion. You know what they say about Opinions.