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OBD is an acronym for "On-Board Diagnostics", standardized as OBDII (OBD 2) in 1997. Through OBDII, the car's computer monitors all important subsystems and can report failure codes for any of those subsystems when something goes wrong.
You didn't drive very far to that emission station, did you? If the engine and transmission aren't fully warmed up when you get there, they won't be able to get reliable status codes from the computer... so you should be sure that the car is fully warmed up from driving before you arrive to be tested.
most of the o2 sensors are cheap on domestic cars and trucks, I did one on a honda while back and the sensor was 5 hundred bucks. most usa cars are about 20 to 100 bucks. just ask the guy at your local auto parts store on how to fix it.and what tools are needed. most of these are easy fixes.. good luck .. Jay
Did you take the battery off for a minute or more to rest the computer? A search of this forum comes up with a member saying that after market o2 sensors (being cheap) had to be swapped with a manufacturers O2 sensor then the issue went away.
You probably have at least 2- follow the exhaust pipe and anything that sitcks out of it with at least 1 wired connector (maybe as many as five wires) and a black waterproof connector is your O2 sensor.
Check on BlackArmor Manager that the FTP mode is enabled for the folder you want access to. You can check it by typing "http://192.168.1.66" in the adress bar on your explorer, enter your login and password ("admin" and "admin" by default), then click storage -> shares if "FTP" is disabled, click on the pen (modify) and enable it. don't forget to click "submit" ;-)
Sometimes when a flashmemory stick or USB external hard drive fails because it was not removed fromthe USB port properly. If the device is removed byjust pulling it out of the USB port, it can cause the flash device to fail, youmust click on the Safely Remove Hardware icon on the Task Bar and select thedevice you wish to remove and only do so when instructed to do so
When the flash memoryUSB hard drive device appears to malfunction it maybe possible to restoreit by reformatting it. Insert the flash or USB hard drive into the USB port then Click on Control Panel - AdministrativeTools - Computer Management - Disk Management.
Then right click on Disk 1removable drive and click Format. After the flash drive has been formatted itwill indicate that it is Healthy.
1. Login to your DNS-323 in the same network
2. Make sure FTP is turned on and a user is configured to perform FTP to it
3. Ftp to your DNS-323 using the admin account
If this still does not work, read up on Fonz's fun_plug application and install it. This should let you access the linux firmware in the 323 for troubleshooting. Be aware that you need to know linux before you attempt to do this as you may brick your 323 if you are not careful.