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Old 01-19-2013, 09:21 AM
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01/17/2013: AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURER FINED $500,000 FOR SELLING ILLEGAL DEVICES RESULTING IN TONS OF EXCESS PARTICULATE MATTER EMISSIONS
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Geez, little do they know that the taxpayers $ could be well spent elsewhere. They make black smoke sound soo bad in the article, like as soon as you delete the filter=100% black smoke everywhere, all the time haha
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Geez, little do they know that the taxpayers $ could be well spent elsewhere. They make black smoke sound soo bad in the article, like as soon as you delete the filter=100% black smoke everywhere, all the time haha
If it is a cummins around here it does just that. Damn douches.
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geez...dang douches haha. its def obvious that it had to have been the dodge fellas to bring this upon us diesel crew
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Something in this doesn't line up. The article says starting in 2007, DPF was required. But 07 didn't have DPF. Ford started that in 08. I also looked up some more EPA docs and they all said 07. What's going on with the years?


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my truck was manufactured in the beginning of 07 but it's an 08 model year
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Something in this doesn't line up. The article says starting in 2007, DPF was required. But 07 didn't have DPF. Ford started that in 08. I also looked up some more EPA docs and they all said 08. What's going on with the years?


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Dpf was required in 07 ford was allowed to use up what 6.0s they had for the super duties before they made the transition to the 08 model year in mid 07


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