disconnect the battery for a good ten mins
It will most likely fail until the computer has done all of its self diagnostics, that can take a week.
No it will not.
No, it will not.
I have a 1999 E350 cargo van and it does not require emission testing
Most likely NOT.
just connect the usb to the computer if you have one then just pass them on:) ;
I want to put a pass word in my computer so only I can open
In the state of Arizona, yes. Most states will require newer vehicles to pass emission testing if you live/work in a metropolitan area. If you live out in the sticks but your full time work is in a metropolitan city then you still must pass emissions testing.
1. Pass., side, on the intake, below the carb.
yes it is ok, but if you live in a state with srict emission laws like California it will not pass the emission test in the winter time On some Computer Controled Vehicles if the Engine runs 2 cold it won't go into CLOSED LOOP & will use major Quanities of Fuel.On SOME HIGH Perforance Computer Chips they Require U 2 change 2 a Colder Thermostat.
Nothing but do all the repairs necessary in order for it to pass. If you state requires this test, you have no other choice.
It means the vehicle will not pass an emission test.
Yes,you still will be able to pass.
Bottom of block front. pass side. Follow line from carb.
on a carb engine the fuel filter is on the front of the carb. follow the 3.8 line from the fuel pump (lower pass side) it will come up to the carb and there will be a 5/8" threaded end on it. loosen the tube nut and threaded into the carb there will be a 1" fitting loosen and remove it from the carb and along with asmall amount of fuel the filter will fall out.
If where you live requires an emission test then the truck won't pass without converters. The ECM (computer) needs the input from the O2s to make the engine run properly.
Yes, the only downside is that the car may not pass emission tests.
if i am undestanding your question right, when you reset the computer, like disconnecting battery or reseting check engine light thru OBD2 tool, it takes a mininum of 30 miles to start collecting data and storing it to to do its emission checks. So that is why you here mechanics say drive your car aound 100 miles before testing again. This gives the computer chance to store data.
If it didn't have emissions controls from the factory you don't have to pass any emissions test, check with your state as some are different, especially California.
it maybe posible that we didn't want usb to pass data just we click and the data will pass from one computer to another computer
No, they will not even inspect it with the emissions lite on. That is the very first thing they will check.