P1000 - Code Failures by Brand
P1000 Code failures by brands
P1000 FORD: OBDII MONITOR TEST NOT COMPLETED
P1000 JAGUAR: SYSTEM READINESS TEST NOT COMPLETED
P1000 CHEVROLET: OBD SYSTEM READINESS TEST (ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTICS) NOT COMPLETED
P1000 KIA: INCOMPLETE DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM
P1000 MAZDA: FAILURE IN THE DRIVING CYCLE OBDII
Description of DTC code P1000
The diagnostic code P1000 is a manufacturer specific code which indicates that the OBDII monitor test could not be performed, in the case of Ford and Jaguar. For Mazda vehicles, it is a similar meaning, it means that the driving cycle has not been completed.
The monitor test is a series of tests that are required to complete the OBDII system to verify that the vehicle's emission system is functioning properly. The term monitor refers to the circuits involved in testing each function and component of the vehicle's emission control system.
The self-diagnosis has two functions, the first one is to detect whether an emission control component has been modified, tampered with, or uninstalled. It verifies that all components are functioning as designed. The second objective of these self-tests is to determine if the OBD2 system has completed all required tests. The OBDII system requires one or two drive cycles to be completed in some cases so that it can be fully reset, even after the successful resolution of emission control system codes.
Although the fault code P1000 does not specifically indicate a problem, it does show that the self-test procedure was not completed or cannot be completed. Please, note that this code cannot be deleted until other codes are resolved or the conditions that triggered it are resolved.
Symptoms of fault code P1000
- Check Engine light illuminated.
- In certain cases, other codes are established.
Causes of OBD2 P1000
The reasons for setting the problem code P1000 OBD2 are:
- The battery may have been or is disconnected.
- The time required for the OBDII system to completely restart may not have elapsed, once a code has been deleted without being resolved.
- The operating cycles required to remove code P1000 were not completed.
Possible solutions of the DTC code P1000
To resolve the P1000 OBDII DTC code you must do the following:
- There is no a specific or general diagnostic or repair procedure for this code. But in most cases, this code is resolved by completing a drive cycle as defined by the manufacturer. For this reason, you should refer to the service manual for information on what constitutes a drive cycle for that brand.
- Use an automotive scanner to check that no other fault codes are set, especially those related to the emission system. If you find such codes, you must diagnose and fix them.