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My 2001 dodge intrepid failed emissions says due o excessive of readiness monitors 'Not Ready'

Failed emissions due to excessive of readiness monitors 'Not Ready' how do I fix this problem so that it passes emissions

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You must not clear codes or unhook battery after doing what they call a drive cycle which resets monitors to a ready state. http://www.lhforums.net/forums/showthread.php?2755-OBD-II-and-your-Next-State-Inspection
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SOURCE: Emission rediness codes on after repair & clear

unhook the battery for about ten minutes... make sure you have the code for the radio (if required)

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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SOURCE: 1996 doge intrepid wont pass emission test because IM monitors ar

Just maybe your O2 sensors are not operating properly. They may be requiring your engine to heat them up to get upper temperature readings but not lower. You can easily diagnose these and all other sensors and problems by purchasing a Hains manual at your local Auto Zone or Advance auto store which will greatly aide you in diagnosing all your auto needs. And the fault symptom index at the beginning of the book will ease your troubles with professional one on one advice with step by step instructions. Its like having your own ASE certified mechanic at your finger tips. Good luck.

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your motor might be combusting engine oil. you may try to hire a mechanic to replace the valve seals to prevent the oil from combustion. if it doesnt work, try replacing the piston rings, its gonna be a big help

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Did you recently clear the trouble codes or disconnect the battery? Once all codes are cleared, the computer will not display systems 'ready' until they go through an evaluation cycle. Some of the systems require a certain number of drive cycles before they will display 'ready'. A drive cycle is usually starting the engine from a cold start (based on coolant temperature) and driving until certain conditions are met. I don't know what the requirements are for your car, but my 2003 pickup truck requires more than 10 drive cycles before it will make the O2 sensors and evaporative emissions 'ready'. Most states only require that a certain number of systems are showing 'ready' to pass emissions certification.

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Cant pass emissions,i need at least one of the not ready status to become ready status out of the oxygen senson, evaporative system, catalyst


drive it. I am betting you have recently "cleared" codes which also clears readiness monitors in an attempt to better control people cheating the system. After enough drive cycles are reached the monitors will pass if nothing is wrong and turn to ready. If the problem that the codes implicated where not fixed than the check engine light will again come back on and you will again fail your attempt to pass emissions.

Drive it for a week or so and see what happens.

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You may have a defective coolant or air temp sensor. These need to be accurate in order for some of the monitors to run. Your going to need a diagnostic scanner to see the data so you can determine what is wrong.

If you had replaced or unhooked the battery just pryor to geting the smog then thats the problem. Just drive the truck for a couple days and you should be fine.

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what kind of car is it
some cars montier take
a while to get ready
try driving on the freeway, if it's doesn't get ready
then try driving in the city, some montier get ready
if the car is driven in the city stop and go

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