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DMV is sending letters out and also the places to go. I just got the letter for my car that expired in early 2004. My truck expired in jan 2005. I don't see myself getting a letter for a while. I'm not sure what they are doing for the diesel trucks mines a gasser.
I just got a letter to take my diesel in and get it done. When the truck was tested a few years ago I asked the tech what exactly is the purpose of testing the diesel? His reply was, I've never seen a diesel fail. I guess it's just for the money. If your worry is the new exhaust I can ask some questions if you want. An old friend of mine is doing testing in his used car dealership.
What about Gas engines? My truck is a 82 & I changed the engine to a 460 from a 351W. Is the 25 year old exemption still in place? My truck will soon hit 25. My 1973 Camaro does NOT need to go thankfully.
Its a gas truck but i has alot of miles on it that doesnt help at all.last time i went years ago it failed it need an oxygen sensor.I think i may put a new one on before i go if there not to much.Do you think i could buy a oxygen sensor at an auto parts store or would i have to go to ford to get a new one?im sure its not to hard to put in?
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