Still no joy. I did speak with someone who works with state of NH DMV OBD testing. He said that there must be something wrong with the car
and it needs to be fixed ..... However I did find this important statement in parsing through the above referenced Technical Bulletin
"There is no need to repair any vehicle system due to readiness not being set. Repair work is required only if there
is a relevant DTC stored within the ECM and the MIL is illuminated. Ignore pending DTCs."
In other words, VW, the manufacturor of the vehicle, says that there is nothing to fix barring a CEL
Regarding OBD fail-to-pass NH has a "hardship waiver" which I personally think is outrageous; they want to know how much money you make
whether to give you a 1 year waiver AND they want a written estimate for how much it would cost to fix.
Straight out of Marx.
How is that for "equal protection under the law" ??