Why is my OBD system not ready?
A “not ready” result means your vehicle’s computer has not had a chance to check all of the parts of the emissions control system for problems – so it cannot determine if everything is working as designed.
Until the vehicle is “ready” to complete the checks, the OBD inspection cannot complete..
How many miles do you have to drive to pass emissions?
100-200 milesYou will be required to drive between 100-200 miles and over the course of a week, called a Drive Cycle, in order to “complete” the emission monitors and be allowed to pass the smog check.
Can I pass emissions with EVAP not ready?
Answer: Your vehicle may pass the smog inspection with an incomplete EVAP monitor. … – 2000 and newer model year gasoline powered vehicles will need all emission monitors in READY or COMPLETE status, with the exception of the EVAP monitor. An incomplete evaporative monitor will not cause a smog check failure.
How do you know when obd2 is ready?
To check if the readiness codes are set, turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position, without starting the engine. The MIL will come on for 20 seconds. If it then goes off, the readiness monitors are set. If it blinks five times, the readiness monitors are not set.
How long does it take to complete a drive cycle?
Preparation for it will take eight hours but, all in all, a basic drive cycle test should take around 30 minutes to complete, with about 20 minutes of actual driving. Understanding your vehicle’s overall health can help you ensure it drives smooth and lasts long.
How long does it take for readiness monitors to reset?
4-7 daysDriving 4-7 days in city and highway usually resets the monitors. Vehicle must meet basic operating criteria and complete its manufacturer drive cycle for a particular monitor. Check your owner’s manual for drive cycle information.