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Old 26 Feb 2012, 04:01 pm
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Default Where is the Canister vent shut valve located on a 2003 honda crv?

Where is the Canister vent shut valve located on a 2003 honda crv















I have a p1457 code
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Old 26 Feb 2012, 04:17 pm
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The canister vent shut valve is located in the evap canister. Rarely do we have issues with these. Usually we have issues with the 2 way valve or the bypass valve. Based on the age of the vehicle, the dealer would recommend replacement of these 2 valves as well as the canister. The reason for this is over time, when you fill the vehicle with gas, you try to top off the tank. The fuel winds up being pushed into the evap valves and the canister. This liquid gas causes the sensor to read wrong which results in this code.
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