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Gas was not as clean then as it is now. good luck. Before I had this car I had a 1999 ford escort. Ok, I won't. 1 person likes this Share this post Link to post Share on other sites jrbartlett 6 Senior Member Members 6 585 posts ·#5 Posted November 20, 2007 Source

On the bottom of the upper tank is a small valve. Now mix shellac and metho like French polish, say about a litre (in Australia) a few pints for the USA. Thus it is very desirable to have a faucet in the gravity feed from the tank to the carburetor, and to turn it off when the car is left for any This appears to awfully weak............Any comments?Steve P Share this post Link to post Share on other sites rbl2 1 Senior Member Members 1 517 posts ·#12 Posted November 22, 2007

Register Photo Gallery FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search GarageUsed CarsVendor Directory Search Mechanical Problems/Vehicle Issues and Fix-it Forum If you've got a problem you just can't figure out, a noise I have no idea what the vacuum should be where you measured it but I would think it should be at least 16" or more. Make sure it is clean and in good repair. Remove the upper one.

Garage is empty, add now Join Date: Jul 2009 Posts: 2 Rep Power: 0 Re: P1457 Error Code? In these cases, codes referring to the fuel tank pressure sensor are likely to be present along with P1457. Supported manufacturers with specific OBD2 codes: Acura Alfa Romeo BMW Chrysler / Dodge / Jeep Citroen / Peugeot Daewoo Fiat Ford Geo GM (Buick, Cadillac,Chevrolet, GMC, Hummer, Pontiac) Honda Hyundai Infinity Compare all obtained readings with the values stated in the manual, and replace the wiring between the valve and the PCM if any discrepancies are found.

Repair Importance Level: 3 1=Low 2=Medium 3=High Repair Difficulty Level: 3 1=Easy 2=Moderate 3=Hard AutoCodes.com FREE Android App Search Codes By Make Acura Audi BMW Buick Cadillac You should be able to disassemble the tank w/o removing it from the car. that is why i suggested that , but i later remembered that on 1 occasion we had an issue with the purge control solenoid valve , the one in the engine You can read about them here.X LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks

Back in the day the books recommended that the vacuum tanks be drained every three months to remove any trash that may have accumulated. All the way to a faulty fuel-tank pressure sensor. dumping $700 bucks into a car and having the light come back on anyways and the garage telling you there is nothing else they can do just isn't worth it. I had trouble starting out with a rebuilt one that was flawed and I didn't catch it.

Try and save the gasket. Step 2 Consult the manual to determine the function, routing, and location of all EVAP components, as well as all fuel and vacuum lines. Community Software by Invision Power Services, Inc. × Existing user? Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Honda Civic Forum Replies Last Post 2009 Civic Air Conditioning System Mystery mjdiaz89 Mechanical Problems/Vehicle Issues and Fix-it Forum 14 06-21-2016 10:26 PM 05 Civic P1457

Simply coat the inside of the lid with gas compatable sealant (Crazy Glue works). this contact form Some of em have known problems. 12-31-2005, 02:17 PM #4 jorge99hx Thread Starter Join Date: Oct 2005 Location: Chicago, Il, USA Posts: 27 Re: P1457:Unable to pull You may need it to use as a pattern to make another. There isn't anything really complicated about them but on the other hand it takes very little to make one cause grief.

Remember it only takes approximately 3 inches of mercury to make them work. Sign In Sign Up AACA Home Forums Gallery Browse Back Browse Online Users Activity Back Activity All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Rules Search Leaderboard EN / LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread 06-16-2004 #1 ZSKCivic01 Extreme Member Garage is empty, add now Join Date: Nov 2001 Location: Houston, Texas, US Posts: 1,271 Rep Power: http://webjak.net/unable-to/unable-to-update-local-ref-git-pull.html This way I could see if the vacuum tank pulled fuel from the gas tank.

Can anyone point me in the right ...1998 Honda Civic EXMy stepson has a Honda that needs a New York State inspection and teh check engine light is on. Who knows. vBulletin Security provided by Search Engine Friendly URLs by vBSEO 3.6.0 PL2vBSecurity v2.2.2 (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2016 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.

These codes are from PowerTrain series (P0XXX, P2XXX, P34XX), Body Series (B0XXX), Chassis series (C0XXX), Network series (U0XXX, U2XXX, U3XXX).

I once ground the valves on a '26 Marmon, replaced the head gasket and head. that is code p1456.you are thinking of,,...............for code P 1457 i have founf the fix to be the evap system bypass solenoid valve AND the evap system 2 way valve .. NOTE: To fill the entire system with smoke requires that the vent valve be closed, and the purge valve be opened to make it possible to fill the system with smoke. If light doesn't come back on, then problem solved.

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites oldiron 0 Senior Member Members 0 180 posts ·#7 Posted November 20, 2007 Steve; Bill makes a lot of sense; Hey everyone, for the past couple of months I have had the check engine light on my dash come on and off constantly. Double check the fittings around the vacuum line to the vacuum tank and manifold. http://webjak.net/unable-to/unable-to-pull-your-foreskin-back.html Check engine light codes and repair processes.

Stale fuel, dirt and debris are the most common cause of outdoor power equipment not starting properly. Sign Up This Topic All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced Search AACA Home Forums Gallery Browse Online Users More Activity All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started You might consider doing this. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites stude8 0 Senior Member Members 0 2,008 posts ·#22 Posted March 5, 2008 This link was posted on Studebaker Q/A

Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? Also there is a list of more than 13500 additional manufacturer specific codes. I know, I tried one for awhile. Mine has a small, maybe 1/16" hole in the gas cap.

Once it clears out they're usually ok. When this happens, code P1457 is set, and a warning light may be illuminated. I have no idea how different, if at all, they are from the Bush vacuum tank. Nonetheless, do not assume that there are no vacuum leaks just because they don’t show up immediately- in some cases, it can take several minutes for smoke to appear from pinholes

This re-tightening done, low and behold, increased vacuum, enough so that the tank again functioned properly all by itself.regards; oldiron Share this post Link to post Share on other sites bluetaxi I once removed the vacuum-operated windshield wipers leaving the tiny pipe end open, took my girlfriend's 93 year old mother for a spin, and five miles down the road the engine