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Old December 11th, 2012, 09:57   #38
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Join Date: May 2011
Location: Oroville, State of Jefferson / Prescott, AZ

You have a Federal emission vehicle legally registered in another state. If it is installed before you come to the CPR, then they can't say a word about it as you only have to meet the Federal emission rules for your model year. My 2004 Federal rules Jetta was not legal to be sold new in the CPR and it passed smog test here in 2011 when I bought it and this year when I renewed the registration.

BTW, the only difference between a CARB approved cat and a 49-state cat is the CARB sticker and extra $300 tacked on to the price. Both are physically and functionally the same.

The fleet:
2005 Jetta Wagon "Cranberry" (bought July 2011)
2004 Toyota Prius (bought August 2004)
1990 Mazda Miata (bought July 1989)
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