2005 Honda Civic Dx Dtc P1456: Evap Control System Leakage (Fuel Tank System)

download Note: the fuel system is designed to allow specified maximum vacuum and pressure conditions. Do not deviate from the vacuum and pressure tests as indicated in these procedures. Excessive pressure/vacuum would damage the evap components or cause eventual fuel tank failure. Special tools required vacuum pump/gauge, 0 – 30 in. Hg a973x-041- this is …

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2003–2005 Honda Civic Hybrid With CVT Shift Lever Is Hard to Move

download SYMPTOM The shift lever is hard to move. PROBABLE CAUSE Corrosion in the joint between the shift cable and the control lever causes the joint to bind. The corrosion is most often caused by road salt. CORRECTIVE ACTION Replace the shift cable and control lever with revised parts. REPAIR PROCEDURE 1. Park the vehicle …

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2001–2005 Honda Civic Heater Blows Cool Air When Coming to a Stop or at Idle

download Got a ’01–05 Civic with a heater that blows warm air while driving but starts blowing cool air when coming to a stop or at idle? What’s most likely causing this problem is air trapped in the heater core. To fix this problem, you’ve got to bleed the cooling system (replacing the thermostat won’t …

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2001–2005 Honda Civic GX With CVT CVT Drive Belt Slippage

download DIAGNOSIS NOTE: You must complete the diagnosis before attempting any CVT repairs. 1. Civic Hybrid and Insight only: Make sure the IMA battery level gauge shows at least three quarters charged. If you need to increase the IMA charge, do this: • Insight only: Remove the EPS (electronic power steering) fuse from the under-hood …

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2002 Honda Accord LX DTC P1456 Evap System Leak Detected (Fuel Tank System)

download CAUTION: Fuel tank is designed for specific vacuum and pressure conditions. DO NOT deviate from the vacuum and pressure tests indicated in these procedures to prevent damage to EVAP components and/or fuel tank. NOTE: NOTE: DTC P1456 is a two-trip code. Once cleared from PCM memory, this code cannot be reproduced in one drive …

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