The SAI monitor only runs at cold start so driving the car around doesn't help...Jason
It sure fixed my car's SAI "not ready" problem , right after I took it through these paces ( this is from a Ferrari-Maserati dealership service ) :
Start from cold ( first start of the morning ) and let it run at idle it for 4 minutes .
Drive it normally , without any sudden, hard acceleration , and without frequent gear shifts , as much as possible at fairly constant speed in 3rd or 4th gear and rpms between 2,000 and 2,500 for at least 4 miles. ( not easy to do this except in the slow lane of a highway , and getting a lot of stares from other drivers....and not because of the GT's beauty
In any reasonable gear , 2nd or higher accelerate GRADUALLY to 6000 rpm , and then reduce engine speed to 2000 rpm , REPEAT this 8 times.
Stop and let the car idle for 5 minutes, and then turn off the engine.
Wait for 15 minutes.
Start and drive normally , without sudden acceleration of frequent gear shifts, for 20 minutes .