My guess is, if you have a CEL on your car won't pass. The secondary air system is part of emissions so you will have to get that fixed first
Depends on how CT does emissions testing.
In NJ, if the CEL is on (doesn't matter what the fault code is), it's an automatic failure. If the CEL is off, and the bulb passes the key-on bulb test, they scan it. Any monitors not ready, you fail. Any stored (history or pending) codes, you fail. I believe most states with OBDII inspections have the same (or similar) guidelines.
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in CT if you have a CEL they wont test you. and on OBD2 cars they plug the car in and check a variety of sensors throughout the engine. you can have 2 of those sensors fail (while still not showing a CEL) and still technically pass emissions.