Question about 1999 Honda Accord
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The light on the dash, should do a bulb check when you first start the car. (bulb should illuminate for 3 seconds) after that the light will go out. then if there is a code in the computer it will come right back on . bulb could be burned out. a po 1457 is a evap code which is fumes or fuel vapores from the fuel tank .these fumes go through vacuum lines from the tank, back to the vacuum canister under the hood. then these vapors are purged to the engine to be burned with the fuel. you need to check all vacuum hoses going from the tank ,to the charcoal canister (vacuum canister) this is most cases about the size of a coffee can .around the front of the engine compartment. black plastic. with vacuum lines going to it. if there is a vacuum hose cracked, or off .it would cause a po 1457. service manual says- evaporative emissions ( evap) control system leakage (evap canister system) this problem is hard to repair eve for the skilled tech good luck
Posted on Sep 15, 2011
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