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Clueless w/ code reader - Have live data...

Discussion in 'Stock 2002 - 2005 Explorers' started by frisbeeguy, July 4, 2011.

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    1. frisbeeguy

      frisbeeguy New Member

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      Howdy all,
      2003 XLT w/ 4.0 SOHC. 90,000 miles and has been a great car.
      Got it all ready for the 16 year old. New tires, plugs & wires, F'ing pita fuel filter, cleaned egr and maf, all new 02 sensors. Runs great.
      Had a P0133 code...02 bank 1 Sens 1. Re-replaced it and reset the computer.

      Haven't driven it far enough for computer to register for the emissions test. My code reader is showing a "yellow" condition and the EVA system has not completed it's testing. Anybody know what the EVA on my code reader stands for? Any idea what I can do to solve this problem??

      (I've been searching through the forum for days looking for answers but no luck)
      Thanks.
       
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      Evaporative emissions. What is happening is that the OBD drive tests are not completing for whatever reason. You may have to do more driving or maybe even add/remove more gas to your tank for the test to complete.

      Emissions Testing may actually allow one parameter to be incomplete but still pass, you have to inquire at a station.
       
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      cannot pass inspection until all of the readiness codes are done rendering. EVAP is the last check took me about 50miles
       
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      Hey,
      Thanks guys.
      Actually just added more gas and will drive the car for a couple more days before going back for re-testing.
      The testing place says if it doesn't read or fails I'll need to pay again after repairs to get the sticker.
      Nothing is easy, is it?
       
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      Darn, a couple months down the road and the PO133 code is back.
      See above for all I've one... all new 02 sensors, plugs & wires.

      Any idea what I should do next?

      Thanks...
       

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