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Fuel system monitor not ready Mercedes 2013 C250

I am having a problem with my car I’m trying to get my car pass state inspection but the fuel system monitor fails to get ready anyone have any input on this. I have did drive cycles and replaced thermostat and O2 sensor. There is no check engine light on.
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I would recommend you put at least 100 miles on the car after any resetting or component replacement, and be sure to include 2 or 3 cold starts, either first thing in the morning after leaving the car parked up overnight, or at least after leaving it off and parked for a few hours. Just driving down the freeway for 100 miles in one trip won't reset everything. Been there, tried that.

Depending on the State you may be able to get a pass if one and only one of the systems is not ready or is giving a bad reading.

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Did you ever get the fuel readiness monitor to pass? Were any parts replaced?
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Actually I never could get it ready I ended up getting rid of the car. I took it to a emissions shop they replaced the thermostat and messed up the car more I couldn’t put any more money into it.
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Did you ever get the fuel monitor to pass, dud you have to replace any other parts?
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Sorry just saw your prior reply.
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