2006 crossfire wont pass emission

Asked by Apr 05, 2017 at 12:27 PM about the 2006 Chrysler Crossfire Roadster Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2006 Chrysler crossfire, runs great. Took it in for emission test, and did not pass because the car computer needed to be reset. I was told by Chrysler that car needed to be driven and it would reset it self. After 200 miles it still wont reset. Any ideas on what to try next.

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It has to be highway driving, stop and go traffic, skow speeds and higher speeds for the computer to reset, did you do that???

yes, I did all that. They said this morning that they found a oxygen sensor that was bad. Going to put one in and then see if I can reset computer. Thanks

1,540

your car might require a particular drive cycle to reset the monitors in the ECU , check your owners manual or do a google search..

drove car almost 400 miles. do brakes turning off and restarting, highway speed, slow speed, everything possible but computer still wont completely reset. HELP!!

pahingi

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