Hello all.....I realize this section of the website is not recommended for "newbies" but I am unable to find any information on this subject. If this is not the appropriate place to post this, feel free to delete/lock the thread. I have a 1997 Spyder GS-T with a few mods (intake, downpipe, hi-flow cat, mbc, 1g BOV, UPIC). My area just initiated the OBD-II emissions. My car did not pass...the reading said that the vehicle was "not ready for testing" (none of the monitors were set). I tried over and over to complete the drive cycles with no luck. The dealership told me that they could hook my ECU up to a MUT-II and set the ECU to "increased sensitivity". They then drove the car to set the monitors and it passed emissions ($120 later). Finally...down to the question. After driving the car for about 15min I rescanned the ECU and was saw that none of the monitors were set?!?!?! Does anyone know why they would do this? I would like to get the problem corrected so I don't have to pay $120 everytime I need an emissions test. I am told once they are set they should stay set unless you reset the ECU. I was also told that because they are not set that the ECU will stay in open loop causing a rich fuel mixture all of the time? The dealership has no idea why it keeps clearing the monitors....HELP. Thanks in advance and sorry for the long post!