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Apparently this code is a tricky one and hard to pinpoint it's problem and fix. I have seen it clear with just a new gas cap. Seen it clear by running nearly out of gas and filling up. I have seen it clear up with using higher octane gas for a couple of tanks. Many dealers cringe when cars come in with this code, because nothing appears wrong on their scanners, so they clear it and drive for a few miles and give it back to customers with a bill and a "we couldn't find anything wrong with it". Read the following Honda Forum post and make your own decision. Good luck. P1456 Evap Emission Control System leak Drive Accord Honda Forums

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