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I have a couple of check engine light codes that came up. p0456, p0700, p1794. what are these and are they in anyway related to each other. does anyone have any solutions besides going to a dealer or garage.

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P0456 A small Evaporative Emission Control System leak has been detected P0700 Transmission Control System Malfunction P1794 is: Powertrain Control Module Battery Direct Power Circuit

Now, what can we find from all of these.....the first one p0456...mostly refers to improper sealing of the gas cap, so replace this fairly cheap....
now 0700 normally refers to a transmissioin fault..but the third one p1794 refers to battery power...so I would be first checking to see if battery charging system is functioning correctly.....a charging rate at idel should be 13.8-14.4v......as the 0700 code could be related to this issue.....check the transmission fluid.......should be cherry red, not smell burnt or brown.......is this car regularly serviced.......if so, what does the vehilce do that leads you to think there might be a problem....apart from the engine light.....

Lastly, these codes may not be current ones, but maybe you started the car with the gas cap off, for instance and it logged this code..so see if you can clear them, and see what remains behind.

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