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Error Code: P1457 Description - Evaporative Emissions Control System Leakage. Causes: - Fuel is filled with the engine start.
- Missing Fuel cap
- Wrong fuel filler cap is used
- Fuel filler cap seal is leaky.
- VSV Valve connector near air filter box is detached or wire broken.
- VSV Valve vacuum pipe near air filter box is detached.
Possible causes for this code are:
- Faulty Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor
- Dirty air filter
- Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor harness is open or shorted
- Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor circuit poor electrical connection. this code sets when:
- An excessively high voltage from the sensor is sent to ECM.
Usual Possible symptoms
- Engine Light ON (or Service Engine Soon Warning Light)
P0113 1998 Honda Civic Description
The Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor is built into mass air flow sensor or in some vehicles mounted to the air filter duct housing. The sensor detects intake air temperature and transmits a signal to the Engine Control Module (ECM).The temperature sensing unit uses a thermistor which is sensitive to the change in temperature. Electrical resistance of the thermistor decreases in response to the temperature rise. The Intake Air Temperature signal is used as an input for various systems in the vehicle.
The cabin air filters are located in a box that is part of the blower motor housing.
To access them, you will need to get behind the glove compartment. Open the glove box and you will see the stops/supports on each side of the door. They are held in by clips, so push from the outside inward and pop them loose. At this point, the glove box door will open fully and dump its contents on the floor.
Now, look behind the door, you will see the blower housing. On the front of the housing is a plastic cover. Remove the cover and you will see two tabs. Pull the left tab to remove the first filter and its carrier. Slide the tab on the right to the left and remove the second filter. Remove each old filter from its carrier and replace them with the new filters.
Reverse the process to put everythig back together. Clean up all that stuff on the floor. ;)
the cabin filters (you need 2) are behind the glove box. There are a couple of rubber bumpers that keep the glove box from opening ... moving them allows it to drop wide open and give access to the cabin filters.
"look for your air filter box. its a big square box on the right hand side of the
car under the hood. you cant miss it. ther should either be clips or screws
holding the box together. you have to get the top off of it to get to the
filter... just replace the filter, and put the top back on and ur good" per Chinogang Senior Member
The most common filter is the engine air filter. This is the one that filters the air going into the engine. On my 2005 Civic LX (1.7L engine) it is located in the box that is between the top of the engine and the firewall. The box has 7 screws..6 around the perimeter and one in the center. The top of the box can be lifted and the filter is located in the bottom half of the box. Replacement filters are usually available at Wal-Mart or your favorite auto parts store.
The other filter is the cabin air filter. On my 05 Civic LX there are actually 2 filter elements. They are located behind the glove box and are accessible once you take out the side clips on the glove box and allow it to fold down completely. There is a small rectangular access panel that can be removed, and the filter elements are located behind this. Once you remove the first filter element, the second one is removed by sliding it into the area where the first filter was originally. Once it is moved over, it can be pulled out as well. Most auto parts stores carry this filter, and the filter kit (typically made by Bosch) includes pictures and a better explanation. It isn't as commonly available as the one mentioned above.