This worked for me to pass inspection in GA with the buggy ECM described in the TSB above:
What is required: Code Reader (about $50 from amazon)
1. Disconnect the battery from the car a while
2. After a while (I did it for a day, might not take nearly as much time) reconnect the battery. If your check engine light was on, and now it is not, you did it for enough time.
3. Plug in your code reader. And drive your car for a while (some highway and some city driving)
4. Keep an eye on the monitors from the code reader. As you drive, you will see that different monitors go from a "Not Ready" status to a "Ready" status. You will want to keep driving until all but the Catalyst monitor are either in the "Ready" or "Not applicable" status.
5. Once the only "Not Ready" monitor is the Catalyst monitor, take it in to inspection right away. In GA, you are good to go if only 1 monitor is in "Not Ready" status and the Check Engine light is not on.
Check with the local emissions rules to determine if your car can pass if any of your monitors are in "Not Ready" state.
Tuesday, January 13th, 2015 AT 7:25 AM