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To begin readiness code checking with the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL), start with the ignition off. Then, turn the ignition on, while keeping the engine off. For the next step, view the next photo.

Tech Tip: Honda OBD II emissions monitor status readiness code checking using the instrument cluster

May 14, 2019
Using the instrument cluster malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) is a quick way to confirm all emissions monitors have passed or have yet to pass.

Honda vehicles can display OBD II emissions monitor status (complete or incomplete) using the instrument cluster malfunction indicator lamp (MIL).

This is a quick way to confirm all emissions monitors have passed or have yet to pass. Also referred to as complete or incomplete emissions monitors or readiness codes.

To learn how to check the Honda OBD II emissions monitor status using the instrument cluster MIL follow the step-by-step instructions in the photo gallery or watch the video.  

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