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Code 1457 i would like to replace my solenoid/valve that i think is causing my 1457 code but not sure which part it is under my honda could someone guide me to it or direct me to it by part number

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  • gperry322 Jul 08, 2008

    thanks 24 seven i replaced the canister cntrol shut valve solenoid and had already done the o2 sensors and as of this post and about three drive cycles (about 20 miles) i am now getting a 1167 code any tips would be much obliged for my 99 accord

  • Marty marty May 11, 2010

    which part do you think it is?
    the code error is:"EVAP system leak detected (canister system)"

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Code 1167 is "O2 sensor #1 heater heater circuit malfunction" from my manual...but new O2 sensors...hold tight...the PCM may erase this code soon...maybe re-calibrating for new sensors. try erasing the code after a couple more drive cycles

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