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Old 11-06-2010, 03:15 AM
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Replacement Emissions Sticker

I had to smog my Excursion this year due to California instituting smog checks on our diesel's.

The Ex still has the emissions sticker on the underside of the hood, passenger side, but the one on my F250 was missing.

A few weeks ago I contacted OEM Ed and asked him if he could obtain a replacement for my 250, and after sending him the necessary info, he got me a replacement emissions sticker for my F250.

Here's the on on my Ex.
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Here's the replacement Ed got for me from Ford.
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While I know my truck didn't come with one (L99 truck and up with auto trans), I didn't wanna take any chances the smog tech at the shop of my choice didn't know.

Now I'm set, thanks to Ed.

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I don;t have that sticker anywhere on my truck. Is that only for CA destination vehicles?
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I don;t have that sticker anywhere on my truck. Is that only for CA destination vehicles?
I have no idea. I do know my truck is a Cali truck, built for Cali, sold in Cali, always registered in Cali.

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Dont mean to jack your thread but I was looking for a front license plate bracket for my truck. Here in Delaware we are not required to run front and rear plates. Got up with Ed and within 3 days I had an OEM bracket...couldnt find one anywhere around here, including dealerships. Thanks ED.
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The "smog stickers" that are going to be hardest to find are the ones that seem to matter most to the Smog *****. They are the ones that are on the right valve cover, are color-coded and year-specific, and applied by International to the engines.

They determine what smog equipment must be on the vehicle when inspected, and I understand that valve covers with the "right ones" are getting increasingly difficult to find in wrecking yards, now removed even from "windowed blocks". (Psssst.... Hey, buddy, wanna' buy a valve cover? )

I realize that most CA smog guys are accustomed to being able to read the words "Non Catalyst" somewhere, which keeps them in their comfort zone when dealing with vehicles without cats, but it shouldn't be a real big deal to techs who truly know what they're doing.

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I realize that most CA smog guys are accustomed to being able to read the words "Non Catalyst" somewhere, which keeps them in their comfort zone when dealing with vehicles without cats, but it shouldn't be a real big deal to techs who truly know what they're doing.

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Don't know about you but most of the guys doing that smog testing don't have a clue about the diesels.
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Who is OEM Ed? I need a emmissions label for a Ford F250 gas 5.8 motor is this possible
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He was a member of the forum who worked as a parts manager. He has since retired after many years of service.

Contact your local dealer to see if they can help.
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Emission sticker

HI Stewart H


Can you tell me how to get an emission sticker for my f350, just changed my motor and it does not have a sticker, do you know where I could go or what info I need to get one, 2002 7.3L. email add is towerdog46@yahoo.com, anything you have will help, also if you still have your old one I could probably use that, my brother in law needs one in Australia.


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Can you tell me how to get an emission sticker for my f350, just changed my motor and it does not have a sticker. Do you know where I could go or what info I need to get one, 2002 7.3L.
Contact Horizon Ford (where Ed used to work) or a COMPETENT local dealer and see if they can help you out.

I dunno what affect you replacing the engine might have, but keep in mind it might, as you pursue this.

Ed was very seasoned and well versed in how to obtain replacements. You might have to make contact with a few different parts managers to find one that knows how.

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also if you still have your old one I could probably use that, my brother in law needs one in Australia.
Sorry Scott, I don't understand that last statement. I don't see how my replacement sticker can help you. You need one for your truck and your BIL needs one for his truck. These aren't one size fits all.

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