Question about 2000 Hyundai Accent
I have a 2000 accent i want to know how many drive cycles needed to reset computer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I dont think it matters how far you drive as long as it gets completly warmed up and then gets completly cooled down.
It sounds like you already know this but But for other readers benifit I will add that there are some details that can make the process quicker.
this only pertains to 1996 on up vehicles that the check engine light is NOT illuminated.
When preparing for emissions tests after unhooking your battery, there are readyness tests that have to be completed before your truck is ready to be tested.
except for one thing, they hook up to your trucks computer and see if your computer has been reset. if so they confirm that your truck has ran its readyness tests.
Thus if there were any problems then the light would be on.
Then it dosnt pass
The pattern that I have found that works the best to complete the most tests, is
I use this dirve pattern all the time and 90% of the time It will run the tests it needs to pass.
If you havent unhooked your battery or reset your computer recently, and your check engine light is not on then you dont have to worry about any of this information, your car should pass emissions test.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
alot of times when the monitors dont set its because you may have a defective coolant temp sensor or air temp sensor. Some monitors will not run if the sensors never get between 10 degrees of each other and both being under 160 degrees.
The way to check is to use a data scanner. After sitting overnight they should both be about the same temp. Or if you have a data scanner you can force the temp by heating or iceing them to get the desired results before starting the vehicle.
If you dont look at the data before you start the car you will never know if thier faulty
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
SOURCE: I had the computer reset
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Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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