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Monitors not ready: Catalyst,Evap System, Oxygen Sensor, Egr Syst

These monitors were not ready, and caused me to fail inspection. What should I do?

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Drive it some more. Has the battery been disconnected/replaced recently? The Inspection station should be able to print you out a drive cycle to get the monitors ready also.

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