This is a discussion on inspection needed help!!! within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by Trainrex 1: Remove the cel fix and plug in the rear o2 sensor. 2: Reset the computer ...
because this is starting to get ridiculous. i have gotten six inspection tickets from NY sherriffs, i have had tuners tell me its problems with the accessport, and i have had bloggers tell me i have to change my exhaust every year to pass inspection. i love this car and it has been off the road since last october. im going through withdrawals from not hearing the whistle of my bov.
would it just be easier to get a new rear o2 sensor instead of unplicing the cel fix? or a catted downpipe.
i need this car on t he road before its the death of me... lol
if i just remove my cel from my sensor, just a reminder its not the mechanical fix with an extended nipple like attachment, its the cel fix that you splice a transistor into the wires of the o2 sensor, why would that help at all?
if the cel fix gives me a cleaner reading, and the accessport gives a bigger parameter, would it not just screw it up more?
i pass on everything else and i have a inspector that doesn't care about the visual. he just needs it to plug in and have all the sensor read ready. i get two hits in that case, catalatic converter and rear o2 sensor not ready.
i really appreciate all the help!
The AP is meant to defeat the cel BY ITSELF by expanding the parameters as long as the stock o2 sensor is plugged in. A resistor fix will pin the ECU in the "not ready" status.
cel fix get rid of cel in the car on the dash , but puts the sensor into a not ready mode
the accessport should get rid of cel and allow the stock sensor go into ready mode
i take out the transistor drive around for a week or so for a load cycle and pull in and pass?
if it all works then that would be heaven