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I have a 2004 Hyundai santa fe suv that I cannot get to pass

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I have a 2004 Hyundai santa fe suv that I cannot get to pass marta emissions test in my state. I have had my 02 sensors replaced but my truck still will not pass when tested they keep telling me it is still in the "drive cycle" even though I drove it 150-200 miles before taking it in. Can you help me please?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Hyundai
Expert:  Greg replied 1 year ago.
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Hi
This is sometimes hard to get the systems ready, here is what i suggest you do to get the systems ready so you can pass the state emissions test .
Fuel tank 1/2 tank.
Do not turn key on before starting drive cycle that day.
Do not turn car off during drive cycle.
Have second person in car to read instructions and watch time.
Obey traffic laws and be safe.
Cold start engine and idle in park 5 minutes.
Accelerate to 50 miles per hour with steady throttle and hold for eight minutes.
Decelerate close throttle for 15 seconds.
Stop and idle for 15 minutes in park.
Accelerate to 55 mph and hold for 1 minute.
Decelerate close throttle idle in drive for 1 minute.
Accelerate to 55 mph and hold for 1 minute.
Decelerate close throttle idle in drive for 1 minute.
Accelerate to 40 mph and hold for one minute.
Increase speed to 50 mph and hold for 5 seconds.
Lower speed to 40mph and hold for 1 minute.
Increase speed to 50 mph and hold for 5 seconds.
Lower speed to 40mph and hold for 1 minute.
Increase speed to 50 mph and hold for 5 seconds.
Lower speed to 40mph and hold for 1 minute.
Increase speed to 50 mph and hold for 5 seconds.
Decelerate close throttle idle in drive for 1 minute.
Check readiness monitor with scan tool.
If all monitors are not ready, repeat after 5 hours of key off.
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