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Have to get an emissions test to renew my registration. My batter completely died. No dash lights, nothing. Replaced the batter and the OBC light up like a Christmas tree with all these failure notices (at dealer now clearing them). Before getting the emissions test, should I take it for a long ride to ensure that the O2 senor and the cat converter come back to life? Or, is that not necessary? Thanks
In MA it required over 500 miles to get enough data to keep the inspection computer happy.
I'm in VA, but still, good excuse to go out and drive it like a stole it.
If you have a BS code reader, it is generally called I/M readiness test.

I just drove around until the test read - "ready"

There is actual cycle you can find online that you can use to get it ti tick over.
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