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I need more of a simple answer for the code p1456 my manual to my obd II pocketscan code reader doesn't give me enough information

Checked charcoal canister and hoses and air filter so I cant find the problem so can you help me

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On a 95 Geo metro the evap canister has a bottom hose where does it go to


Are you referring to the charcoal canister? That hose is not connected to anything. It's purpose is to suck in air when needed and expel fumes when needed.

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How can I fix the problem of "Check Transmission" light which comes on when driving on the highway?


can you get the codes rescanned with a OBD II diagnostic reader as the other code you've given is not OBD compliant , this new code may give more information , the info you have supplied so far would imply the PCM has a fault but will need to know more about the symptoms etc

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Trouble codes for honda accord 1993 v-tec


According with the year, this is refer at OBD I codes, the actual scanner reader just work witj OBD II fauld codes reader (1996-upper), then I suggest check some Honda repair manual in your local library or ask your dealer.

Are you sure that is a Code 18 ??? Isn't listed under Honda OBD I Fault Codes.

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Code 1447 nissan sentra


P1447 purge volume control solenoid valve
Usually charcoal canister has ruptured and vehicle needs canister.
entire system will have charcoal pellets in it. pull the hose at solenoid and see. solenoid can sometimes be cleaned by tapping and blowing with your mouth not compressed air. sometimes needs to be replaced. remove canister and remove pressure sensor(by canister and blow out charcoal with compressed air. wear safety glasses. you will need to blow from both ends several times. don't give up at first nothing comes out and when you pull air gun away charcoal comes out on your hands from pressure release

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I need a secondary air management system diagram for an 87 cadillac deville. the diagram i need is the one where there is a filter gm pn:a224c is located in the fresh air inlet hose going to the air pump.


The A.I.R. (Air Injection Reaction) System was included on California-emission equipped vehicles. The system is designed to provide additional oxygen to continue the combustion process after the exhaust gases leave the combustion chamber. The system begins with the outside air inlet, which is a short, L-shaped open-ended rubber hose running from the lower front passenger fender well into the canister. The black plastic round canister is located in the front passenger-side engine compartment, adjacent to the EECS (Evaporative Emission Control System) canister, which looks similiar, but the EECS canister has electrical connectors on the top. While the charcoal canister of the EECS is a sealed unit, the A.I.R. canister has a twist-off lid to access the disposable filter. The inlet hose goes into the canister, air then passes through the charcoal filter, and travels into the outlet hose (also made of black rubber), which then connects directly to a metal tube coming up the front of the engine. Please contact me if you need a diagram or photos.

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My 1987 deville has been missing the intake hose that brings fresh air into the air pump. the hose before the inline filter is the part i need but can't determine if anything else is missing as w


The A.I.R. (Air Injection Reaction) System was included on California-emission equipped vehicles. The system is designed to provide additional oxygen to continue the combustion process after the exhaust gases leave the combustion chamber. The system begins with the outside air inlet, which is a short, L-shaped open-ended rubber hose running from the lower front passenger fender well into the canister. The black plastic round canister is located in the front passenger-side engine compartment, adjacent to the EECS (Evaporative Emission Control System) canister, which looks similiar, but the EECS canister has electrical connectors on the top. While the charcoal canister of the EECS is a sealed unit, the A.I.R. canister has a twist-off lid to access the disposable filter. The inlet hose goes into the canister, air then passes through the charcoal filter, and travels into the outlet hose (also made of black rubber), which then connects directly to a metal tube coming up the front of the engine. Please contact me if you need a diagram or photos.

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Service engine soon light came on, replaced gas cap it went off but a week later it came back on, when it try to fuel the truck it spill the gas back out like it is a full tank


One of the most common causes, is blockage in the venting system from fuel entering the vent lines and into the charcoal canister, the fuel gets absorbed by the charcoal canister causing it to swell and block vent lines. the gas tank contains both fuel and air. when you fill it up the gas displaces the air and the air has to go somewhere. but the air that is displaced is full of gas vapor so the gas vapor goes to the vent lines and into the charcoal canister, when the charcoal canister swells up it prevents the air from escaping the tank, canister could be clogged,canister filter may need replacement,electrical connection to the close valve may be open,canisterf might be damaged,purge valve from canister might be clogged,vent hoses might be clogged, the vent hose could be clogged, or the vent hose may have a kink. all this is caused by overfilling the gas tank, getting that last drop of gas in the neck of the fill tube.
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I cant fill my van 2003 sedona with fuel. i think there is something in the tank blocking the air outlet ir its stuck. i need to know how to fix the problem?


Hello! Do you have a Check Engine Light on? The charcoal vapor canister filter needs to be replaced...If the filter inside breaks charcoal particles will end up in the gas tank and foul the fuel pump...The filter cost under $10 the canister is $100

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