i put 1500 miles on my car and my obd still isnt ready and i got this long list of times and speeds i have to try to see if will reset or be ready is there another way i can fix this problem
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2000 Honda Civic Question: my readiness on my obd wont reset is there another way around this
Answer #1milesauto from Miles Auto Service Inc., April 07, 2012, 07:42Master
There are lots of differant things that keep it from running monitors. Some evaporative monitors will only run when fuel level in certain ranges etc. A technician can research the criterier for you specfic car and what monitors that are not running to help you. This can take time and it may be a cost to get it done
Replyted81, April 08, 2012, 04:43Rookie
thanks but we tried all kinds of different things and i just put 1300 in the car and every thing is working find. the only thing that wont work is the obd readiness. we got a few other ppl to look at it too but still nothing. he had another car that did the same thing and it still says that its not ready to test yet so thanks anyhow i guess ill just junk the car if i cant get it fix soon.