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Old 05-27-2016, 04:54 PM   #1
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Ok, I have no rear o2s Cats or egr on the dodge now. I had it tuned but the emissions test here in texas for an 05 only allows one not ready. I have two
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I was under the impression having the custom tune would hide the not there type things.

So is there anyone in Texas not running Cats and Rear O2s that has passed the emission test?

Any suggestions on how to get the not readys to a ready state or at least one of them.

Rick

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Move to Florida. Problem solved lol
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Old 05-27-2016, 07:50 PM   #3
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There you go I'm gonna start packing.... LOL
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Stack a pair of nonfouler's on the rear two O2s. Drill out the one that screws to the sensor, and then screw the other into the O2s boss and stack them. The idea is to isolate the sensor from the exhaust to change it's flip count. If the count is different from the front then there will be no code thrown.
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There you go I'm gonna start packing.... LOL
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If you're not in the big city crap and their adjacent counties here in Texas you won't have a problem .

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Do you have the rear O2s wire cut or just not plugged into the sensors? If they are unplugged, try plugging the O2s back into the harness. If that solves the problem then you can just wire tie them out of the way.
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Ok, I have no rear o2s Cats or egr on the dodge now. I had it tuned but the emissions test here in texas for an 05 only allows one not ready. I have two
Catalyst
O2 sensor
I was under the impression having the custom tune would hide the not there type things.

So is there anyone in Texas not running Cats and Rear O2s that has passed the emission test?

Any suggestions on how to get the not readys to a ready state or at least one of them.

Rick
Do they do a visual at the inspections or just read codes?
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Old 05-28-2016, 02:24 PM   #9
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That is what I'm gonna do. I talked to Keith yesterday and he suggested it also.

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No I gotta dude it just has to pass the Plugged in part.

Thanks everyone Ill let you know what it reads on Monday when I take it back. Pluggin them in and zip tie em outa way is the theory.

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