Re: OBD self test FAIL
Originally Posted by prsdrat
Thanks Frango, that did the trick. Now it reads "done". Next question,
is that all there is to the "self test"? Previous owner was under the impression
that the car had not been driven far enough after the last service to finish
relearning the settings.
That is quite possible, after clearing codes or resetting the computer in some way like pulling the battery, it loses the stored info and has to re-check the emissions systems. The vehicle must be driven a certain number of times and meet certain other parameters to complete the self check.
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