Question about 2005 Toyota Corolla
Brought my matrix for a NY state inspection and the readings came up as "not ready" the only answer the dealership could give me was that I didn't put enough mileage on in the past year and did not exhilarate enough where I drove over 60 MPH. does this make sense? no one I asked ever heard of this.
They are right, if the right combination of driving is not done the system will never clear out of it's not ready status, the manual calls this the drive cycle test. Have/ask the dealer give u a copy of the page in the factory emissions repair manual that describes the way u must drive the car to clear the system and make it ready for testing.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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