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Honda Accord code 1457

I have a code 1457 how do I resolve it? anybody....

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  • Anonymous Jul 05, 2008

    I have the same code1457 on my 1998 Honda accord 2.3 vtec.Manual
    transmission. Didn't see any physical problems down by the evap
    canister and hoses. Some times I hear pressure coming out of fuel
    tank cap when I open it to fill up. Other times I don't here it at all.
    Also this code 1457 doesn't always come on all the time. I can go days before it comes back again or it comes on after 20 minutes of city driving.
    Hope somebody can give some insight on getting this solved.
    Thanks again...



  • Anonymous Aug 16, 2008

    1457

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There are five thing to check
1. Gas Cap if it does not seal you will get this code
2. canister vent shut off value under the hood right side (2 wire) one with green/white wire going to it
3. 2 way value right side of the gas tank
4. vent pressure senser near the gas tank
5. bypass solenoind next to the 2 way value

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This is a common problem with these and a few other Honda cars.

The code means "Evap Bypass Solenoid Valve Failure"

The solution is to replace a few parts dealing with the EVAP system.

You can call your local Honda dealer, as there is a TSB (technical service bulletin) on this problem, and it may be covered under warranty.

The TSB number to give them is 03-001.

Good luck




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