I did the same thing for my 2019 Passport after moving from HI. I must say that the Dealership close to my house, Temecula Honda, was not helpful at all!!! I went there twice to get assistance and they told me to just drive it!! They hooked up the meter and said its not resetting! Really?! Keep in mind I drove it for over 1,000 miles at this point. I read all the recommendations and even went on Youtube and finally went to the Lake Elsinore Honda and they were nice enough to get my EGR to clear. If you get push back from a dealership and if you are able go to another one. If not call corporate to get the resolution you need. This was so frustrating with the driving and I even purchased a monitor as well. Bottom line is if your car is still under warranty the Dealerships need to get it right! Trust me, I will be contacting corporate regarding the first dealership! Good luck everyone!
I have a 2019 Honda Pilot that would not pass smog. Tried the accelerating and decelerating with no luck. What finally worked was taking my Honda up to 6000 rpms. Found one smog shop story that recommended it despite finding Zero info from Honda themselves supporting it. I found a remote incline and floored. Just barely tipped 6000 rpms. Shut the car off and checked the readiness monitors in aux mode and it was complete. Took it to smog immediately after and it passed!!I have a similar problem, my "readiness codes" have not been set yet. I have 2019 Passport Sport AWD with 14000 miles on it. I didn't do Smog Check inspection but found it myself. You can do the same. Without depressing brake pedal, push Start/Stop button twice to light up indicators. Within a couple of seconds most of them will disappear but 'malfunction indicator' lamp will stay on the longest and will flash five times before it goes off. This means that 'readiness codes' have not been set. I followed the suggestions from
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