Question about 1998 Honda Accord
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A very common late 90's code, P1457 is a failure in one of the evap
system solenoid valves. There are 2 culprits, the Vent Control Valve
& the 2 Way Bypass Valve. So, start working with those and see if you can get the 1457 code off of it.
I also looked around about the 1739 code as well which a transaxle error. However, I've found that there has been more than enough reported cases of problems of the such. Take a look at this link, and do a little reading.
I hope this helps you out.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 Honda Odyssey - P1739
P1739 Automatic Transaxle Concernsthis is from the Honda manual, what does this mean? it means there is an electronic shift solenoid fault in the transmission and it need to have the Honda dealer hook up there dealer only test equip to pin down the exact issue with the trans controls.
Posted on May 20, 2009
P0401=EGR valve insufficient flow
P0700=transmission control system malfunction
P1739=transmission control module controller circuit
Get the EGR valve checked. It may be that a vacuum line is off. But worst case, say you need a new EGR valve. You can price one at autozone.com. Then find out what a shop would charge for labor to put it in. The transmission codes may be intermittant faults. If your car seems to be running fine, reset the codes and they may not come back until after your test, if ever. If the codes come right back, you'll have to take it to a transmission shop for check out. Any major auto parts store has a code reader that can reset your codes for free.
Just to be clear, have all your work done and then reset your codes. Then you will have to drive your car normally for a few days before taking your DMV inspection. There is a test they will run to see if enough drive cycles (a start, run, and shut down=one cycle) have been accomplished after a code reset. This prevents people from resetting the codes and immediately taking the test without any work being done.
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
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