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    Default 2000 CRV - where is the PLUG TO CHECK CODES?

    Autozone thinks it's a manufactures code of 1456. I've never heard of this. Anyone else?

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    the plug is on the passenger side

    sit in the passenger seat, and the plug is above your left shin
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    here

    i have a code reader plugged into the port in that pic

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    Quote Originally Posted by liquidfuel88 View Post
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    i have a code reader plugged into the port in that pic
    Found it. Autozone says it's a manufactures code?? 1456 ? Never heard of this.

    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by liquidfuel88 View Post
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    i have a code reader plugged into the port in that pic
    Autozone thinks it's a manufactures code of 1456. I've never heard of this. Anyone else?

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    Honda P1456 is a 'loose gas cap' error. Did you recently put gas in your CR-V? Tighten the cap. It may take a couple of days for the code to clear (if AutoZone didn't already reset it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racoon View Post
    Honda P1456 is a 'loose gas cap' error. Did you recently put gas in your CR-V? Tighten the cap. It may take a couple of days for the code to clear (if AutoZone didn't already reset it).

    I hate autozone, I usually go to advance and they treat me much better. Guys at autozone from my experience are jerks. He said it's didn't have a "P" in front of the code, because I asked him if it was the gas cap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racoon View Post
    Honda P1456 is a 'loose gas cap' error. Did you recently put gas in your CR-V? Tighten the cap. It may take a couple of days for the code to clear (if AutoZone didn't already reset it).

    Where did you find this information? I did get gas today and it came on today, so hopefully that's what it is. Any other thing I should plan on doing soon to this? It has 73k on it. I keep hearing things about adjusting the valves.

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    I did a search on "1456 code" on HondaSUV.com.

    You should have the valves adjusted every 30,000 miles or so. If you don't, the valves tighten and could 'burn', which would result in an expensive repair or replacement of the cylinder head.

    Check the maintenance schedule in your owners manual for everything else, paying attention to the difference between the "normal" and "severe" schedules...and the definition of what Honda considers to be "normal" and "severe" driving conditions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racoon View Post
    I did a search on "1456 code" on HondaSUV.com.

    You should have the valves adjusted every 30,000 miles or so. If you don't, the valves tighten and could 'burn', which would result in an expensive repair or replacement of the cylinder head.

    Check the maintenance schedule in your owners manual for everything else, paying attention to the difference between the "normal" and "severe" schedules...and the definition of what Honda considers to be "normal" and "severe" driving conditions.

    Are the valves something I can do myself? I have 73k on this CRV. What all should I check? It says check valve clearance in the book. How do I do it? Also, should I consider the timing belt soon?

    Jason

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