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Old 08-10-2017, 05:47 PM
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Re: P01456 Code Evap.

Originally Posted by Rusty Accord View Post
Why didn't you just pull fuse #13 (passenger side fuse box) to clear the code? That what I did on my wife's car (2000 Accord) when I needed to clear codes whenever I did "engine related" work before I bought my nice code reader (I can clear codes with it), as it can read real time/live data.
I think if you had less than a half a tank, you probably could clear the code, and then run it thru emissions testing and pass. I'm not 100% sure, as we don't have emissions testing here in Michigan.
Hm, never even considered doing it that way, to be honest I didn't know that would work.

I'll try it next time; thanks Rusty!

I cleared mine with a full tank and it took a third of a tank to come back on. Plenty of time to get the emissions done; as long as no other issues exist, the car will pass as long as it's warmed up.

Glad OP's code went away. Could be as simple as the full serve guys (or YOU, lol) being inattentive when putting your gas cap back on (loose).
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