Failed emissions... Help!

Discussion in 'Mechanical Problems & Technical Chat' started by Stewpitt, Jun 27, 2020.

  1. ron v
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    U can see brents work on his YouTube channel. He’s tuned every car under the sun and a fair amount of 9th gens. If I lived in Colorado I would’ve had him tune my car.
     
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    Just a general question, does anyone running the kraftwerks kit have complete readiness on their emissions monitors?
     
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    Ct-e kit here. Vit viper tuned my car and and I know he disabled secondary o2. So the emissions monitors would have not been set. Never had to go through emissions with the setup though.

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    Yes, I came across a few older threads saying anythign tuned by vit would not pass the ecu readiness due to incomplete monitors. I am to the point of where I need to figure out if its a tune issue or a mechanical issue. Had a vacuum line that was completely disconnected from the purge line so I am slowly figuring this out. Learning a brand new to me car's vacuum system is FUN FUN FUN
     

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