I have recently tried to get my TX state inspection sticker renewed for my '06 Chevy Cobalt. They stated that all safety features pass and no codes need to be cleared, however, my car failed the inspection because the car "doesn't have history" in the computer. They stated that the vehicle needs to be driven approx. 200 miles give or take depending on when the vehicles computer becomes "comfortable" with the information that it has in order to properly communicate with the state inspection computer. My first question is, is this statement true? If so, from your experience, would you be able to give me a more definitive number of miles to drive or do you have a better way of fixing this issue? Any and all time taken to review this is greatly appreciated. Please and thank you, and have a great day!
have the same problem?
Sunday, June 2nd, 2013 AT 12:16 PM