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Old 06-26-2012, 08:33 PM
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Exclamation NY diesel inspection change as of July 1,2012

There is a new inspection law for New York state diesel owners. After July !st, all 1997 and newer diesel vehicles will be subject to an OBD II emissions inspection along with the safety inspection.. Of course the fee will double. Details are still sketchy , after repeated calls to the NYSDOT and the clean air commission , not one person can give me any details as to what the inspection will cover. Will it detect a performance chip or programmer and fail the inspection ? Will a check engine light fail an inspection? Who knows? One thing that is for certain is any emissions equipment that the vehicle came with from the factory will need to be in place.
I have an appointment tomorrow for my inspection even though its not due until the end of October. This way I have a year to find out what this is all about. I will post any new info tomorrow.
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Well thats not good...... not what i wanna hear
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Hope i still have my old egr to put back in place
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Old 06-26-2012, 09:28 PM
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VWVortex.com - New york state inspections(diesel content)

According to this search it obtains to passenger cars 8500lbs or less, so hopefully were in the clear
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You're exempt unless you get popped by an anal cop.
NYS DMV - (Brochure) New York State Vehicle Safety/Emissions Inspection Program for Cars and Light Trucks (scroll down near end)
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Old 06-26-2012, 11:47 PM
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ill keep my $12 inspection as long as possible NYS rapes us for registration anyways give me a break, no wonder NYS has the highest rate of people leaving. Gov't wants us unemployed if they didnt they would open up hydro fracking here as long as Chucky, Hillary, and Cuomo homo and his minion Gillybean are around this state will continue to steal from us, and limit what we can have and yes that means guns and big gulps.


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Horray my truck weighs 8800lbs!
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Old 06-26-2012, 11:50 PM
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You're exempt unless you get popped by an anal cop.
NYS DMV - (Brochure) New York State Vehicle Safety/Emissions Inspection Program for Cars and Light Trucks (scroll down near end)


So as long as my tail pipe isn't in the cops window i should be OK? Knock on wood i haven't had any problems with my whistle pig yet.
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Old 06-27-2012, 07:45 AM
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Read it right off the nys dmv website, its 8,500GVW and below are now subject to emissions inspection, and 8501GVW registered in the DEMA "diesel emissions metropolitan area" aka the counties of NY city. Got my vehicle inspected today and it was the standard $10 safety and they knew nothing of these new rules. Will worry about it next year
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Hate to revive an old thread like this one but has anything changed?
A hater I know may be spreading rumors of me needing to put my truck back to stock to get it inspected this year..
I still have all my stock parts, but I don't want the hassle..
I only upgraded my truck to make it safer and last longer because of what the government forced Ford to put on the truck in the first place.
I hope this crap is not true.
Has any one had any problems?
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