Question about 2007 Honda Accord Sedan
The problem's with the seals, or canaster, or cellinoid controlling the intake or output of vapors. that's what the code means. the power drops when the air conditioner is too high when accelerating from a stoplight or after turning. sometimes it will even lose power during normal driving with the air conditioner on to high. I've got my checklist but no diagram and would prefer not to have to guess and check the problem anyways. Anyone know what it is specifically, not a list like I already mentioned. thanks for yer time. jason paschke
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: p1457 code manufacturer control
on the V-6 or the 4 cylinder models, this would mean that your o2 sensor heater circuit, if you had this replaced the last time, I would check the connections, they may be loose, Good Luck!
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
CODE P1457 EVAP SYSTEM LEAK DETECTED CANISTER AREA 5 POSSIBLE CAUSES 1- EVAP CANISTER IS LEAKING DAMAGED OR FULL OF WATER. 2- EVAP CANISTER PURGE LINE IS LOOSE DAMAGED OR BLOCKED. 3 - EVAP TWO WAY VALVE OR ORVR VENT SHUT VALVE IS DAMAGED. 4 - EVAP FUEL TANK VAPOR CONTROL VALVE IS DAMAGED OR HAS FAILED. 5 - PCM HAS FAILED.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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