BECOME A MEMBER
Sign up with Facebook
I agree to the
Login with Facebook
NOT A MEMBER?
1999 HONDA ACCORD
DTC P1457. What is the best way to troubleshoot the Evap Canister components? I Have a Fog machine, and have Multimeter. Can you provide any electrical/ resistance specifications?
Sunday, February 24th, 2013 AT 7:26 PM
You need to smoke the system for leaks. You need to check resistance of the purge, flow and vent solenoids. Should be around 6-8 ohms. Any lower, they are no good as may be the computer.
Lastly, you need a scan tool to tuen the solenoids on and off to verify the pcm can do this job
Sunday, February 24th, 2013 AT 7:29 PM
to post a reply.
Related EVAP Canister Content
Got A Check Eng Light With Code P1456 And Gas Smell...
Got A Check Eng Light With Code P1456 And Gas Smell After Arriving Home Today. I Have Previously Replaced The Evap Two Way Valve 3 Years Ago...
2008 Honda Accord Evaporative Emission Line Problem
Engine Performance Problem 2008 Honda Accord 4 Cyl Four Wheel Drive Automatic 11000 Miles Ok I Have 2008 Honda Accord Lx One Weeks...
Evap Purge Control Solenoid
Hi, I Bought This 98 Accord V6 Few Years Back, And I Just Found Out That It Was Running Without The Evap Purge Control Solenoid. The 2 Pin...
2001 Honda Accord Replace (evap) 2-way Valve
Computer Problem 2001 Honda Accord 6 Cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 135, 58 Miles Were Is This Part Located, How Involved
1999 Honda Accord Pcv Valve
1999 Honda Accord Replacing The Pcv Valve Looks Pretty Basic. Pop Old One Out And Push New One In. Am I Right
Ask a Car Question. It's Free!
Code Read Retrieval/Clear Honda Civic
Is it Safe to Drive Check Engine Light
Check Engine Light
Find a car manual for your car
© 1999 - 2017 2CarPros, Inc.