1. This pattern should be used for 1996-2000 Toyota and Lexus vehicles. These vehicles were equipped with a non-Intrusive Evaporative Emission System.
2. The steps listed pertain to the pattern shown above. NOTE: Depending on the startup engine temperature, vehicle speed, and engine load, these steps can run out of order.
3. This video was captured while performing the drive cycle on a dynamometer. The factory scan tool at that time displayed the inner workings of the Engine Control Module (ECM).
4. This video shows the non-Intrusive EVAP monitor tests running to completion at steady cruise after a Cold Soak startup. While watching the video look closely at the PIDs (Purge, Vapor Pressure, and Vapor Pressure Solenoid); they are used to monitor the system for leaks. Note: The readiness flag status for this drive cycle is displayed at the bottom of the screen.