No. There are a few that are easy. The A/F ratio is easy to do. Right after you reset the battery (next time, don't do it again) allow it to idle for 5 minutes after it drops down from high idle. Typically the idle on an unset engine will stay around 1k rpm. Once the test is finished, it should be 700 rpm in N. You must not touch the accelerator during the test. The test might still not be complete unless you sat somewhere for about 6 minutes.
Another one is ridiculous- you have to drive like 5 miles at 50 mph in top gear. That's really hard to do.
I don't know what the other monitors are, but those go away after a few weeks of driving. The last thing you want to do is to reset the battery again.
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