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P1456 code on a 1998 Honda Accord. Gas cap was checked out ok. Any other suggestions?

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P1456 EVAP CONTROL SYSTEM LEAKAGE ( FUEL TANK SYSTEM)

There are a lot of potential leak points. The canister could be leaking, any number of the system hoses could leak. You could even have a leak in the fuel tank. Do you ever smell fresh gas?

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My car turns off when i start slowing down or when im pressing on the break, i tested it and it gave me 2 numbers a P1491 and a P1456 my car is a 99 honda accord ex, a 4 door.


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P1456 = Evaporative emissions (EVAP) control system leakage (fuel tank system).

Check the EGR valve for a failed vacuum diaphragm. Check the fuel filler cap to make sure it is the correct factory style, has a good check valve and is on tight.

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P1456


code P1456 set when there's small leak in the fuel tank system.
Most known reason for P1456:
-Didn't tight fuel cap on until it click for more that 3 time after fueling up and drove the car too long with cap loose.
-or a bad gas cap.
I'll try tighting the gas cap.
clear check engine.
if code come back, replace gas cap and clear check engine light again.

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Code p1456


make sure your gas cap is on tight

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Code P1456>>>Code P1456 any one know how to fix it?


Leak Detected In EVAP Control System (Acura, Honda) try replacing your gas cap and then clear the code, if it doesn't come back u are good, if it does u need to ahve the evap system kleak tested by the dealer, this requires a special Evap leak detecting tool

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