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New E-test: Not Ready = No pass

 
Old 05-30-2018, 11:07 AM
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Originally Posted by d1000rr View Post
I did the exact same thing as you and passed all in the same areas.
Cleared by secondary o2 with my flashpro as well haha
ahaha awesome! tricks of the trade
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Old 05-31-2018, 04:01 PM
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i know this is probably a big ask, but anyone with an AP1 + Hondata wtih Kpro have a PASS, and has their printout?

Some say yes, others say no. I'm leaning no for logical reasons on how DriveClean looks at OBD2 monitors.
Here you go. 2000 S2000 Vortech supercharged running KPro.
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Here you go. 2000 S2000 Vortech supercharged running KPro.
thanks! This is what I need!
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Glad I could be of assistance.
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Old 06-01-2018, 02:10 AM
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The car will report readiness using the check engine light. Turn the key to on, but don’t start it. The CEL (and a bunch of other lights) will be lit, just wait 20 or 30 seconds. If the CEL blinks 5 times the car is not ready, a single blink and out means the car is ready.

I read this in some thread about high flow cats, and it seems to have worked for me.
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Out of curiosity (no emissions testing here in Richmond) I tried this and got 5-blinks. I have a Berk high flow cat and drive the car frequently. No CEL. Car passed Ohio emissions in this same mechanical/exhaust condition 2 or 3 times -- never an issue. I'll check the light again after I drive the car today. If I get time I'll put my still in the wrapper code checker on it and see what code(s) I get.

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Those are interesting data points for sure, I’m only into my first season with an S2000 so I’m not an expert at all.

What I do know is that the blinking light doesn’t indicate if the car will pass or not, just that it’s ‘ready’. If the car is ready, and the CEL isn’t on while running, I think we should expect the car would pass.

I don’t have a HFC, but I think it’s a cheap knockoff cat. About two weeks ago I got the CEL for the cat efficiency. When I cleared the code the car wasn’t ‘ready’ and after a few days of commute it returned to ‘ready’ according to the single CEL blink.

With respect to the HFC and passing or not, I think it’s all about getting the car ‘ready’ while not throwing a CEL. Ready does mean that the car has observed various measurements over a period of time and variety of conditions. As long as the HFC allows the conditions to be met then I don’t believe there’s any reason not to pass.
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