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Andy Smith

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  1. Just drive normally and don't clear the code. Thats my suggestion. I know its stressful since this car is expensive if it ends up in dealer's hand. I was so frustrated and tired that I booked my Tesla Model-3. Hopefully, in 2 years, I will get once next smog is due. Good luck to you. Its super frustrating.
  2. Looks like my SIA monitor is set. I didn't follow the cycle mentioned above since thats hard to do on public roads. I just drove around almost 100 miles in traffic/highways which includes various variable speed, multiple start (since I stopped for errands) and warm start. I just checked and my OBD-2 device is telling that it is set now. Thankfully :). Thanks a lot to everyone who helped. Overall, this year, I spent around ~$1500 on various plastic useless hoses for this car which tends to crack after a while. Now hoping for 2 additional years will be fine until next smog is due.
  3. Is it expensive for a dealer to reset this? My smog is coming up in next month so just wondering if this makes sense to get it reset by dealership or if there are any other shops who does that?
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