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Automotive Emissions Forum

Professional automotive forum for discussion of automotive emissions, on-board diagnostics (OBD2), and emissions testing programs around the world. The discussions often cover both the non-technical aspects (such as enforcement, automotive politics, and legal), as well as the technical aspects of emissions and emissions-related repairs, including the differences between vehicle certification and the various inspection and maintenance programs around the world. This forum is for experienced automotive repair professionals only, membership required.

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Recent Automotive Discussions in the Automotive Emissions Forum

Inspector Follow-up Pass Rate (FPR) Summary keep dropping
01/24/2018 in the Emissions Forum
Hi every body i relay needed help on my FPR , I am a test and repair tech. my avg time on bar 97 test is 12-18 minute , my avg test on Bar OIS is less than 12 minute. I never test or pass any vehicle illegally, or over condition any vehicle, I test the ve...
BAR OIS TESTING FOR STAR STATIONS
01/15/2018 in the Emissions Forum
Happy New Year to fellow IATN members. Checking in to see average time for most STAR stations on OIS testing and still maintain above average standards. Most customer states, you just plugged it in. Can you do it in 10 minutes? Why do you take so long? My...
Bar 97 phase out date
01/02/2018 in the Emissions Forum
Anyone know when the old bar 97's will be phased out?
OBD2 Protocols
12/02/2017 in the Emissions Forum
Hi everybody, it's been awhile. Quick question: Could a 2007 Prius communicate on a different protocol than CAN? And does anyone know what vehicle uses KWPS**? Thanks.

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