NOT / it hasta go thru an OBD2 drive cycle were ALL the emissions monitors RUN / in normal driving can take anywere from 300 to 500 miles to reset / as a MASTER OBD2 tech l can do a drive cycle in 45 minutes and 10 miles and each make has a different drive cycle / till ALL the monitors run it,ll still come up as P1000 / which wont turn the check "engine" light on but will get him rejected
Ughh, I missed you too DODGEBOYS, pls just listen 1 sec ok?
1 my statement WILL WORK On the assumption that whatever problem has been rectified, period.
if you accidently unplug a sensor, throw a code, shut off vehicle, reinstall said sensor, do the battery/start trick (and hold it down in the start position long enough) the check light will be out, it will NOT have an issue when scanned, BUT WILL show it in the history Maybe. I have 2 OBDII trucks, and work on many more, including Hemis. it works.
And DODGEBOYS, why no love buddy? Didn't you miss me? We don't wanna get into that whole qualifications fight thing again do we? we did that 5-6 years ago and life is too short for school yard pissing contests.
Although I am always open to polite, respectful, and constructive critism of any info/ideas I post