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AZ Emissions Questions

Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by BurbLover, Oct 12, 2005.

  1. BurbLover

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    Okay, I'm moving to Tucson on the 22nd. Just wondering what type of emissions you guys have. I'm coming from Colorado, so have been doing emissions for quite some time.

    Anyway, I'll be bringing a 96 F350 PSD and a 85 Chevy K30 gasser. TIA
     
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    I'm confused. Under Testing Fees, it states that fees for all vehicles is $12.25.

    Then under diesel testeing, it says $300.

    So, which is it?
     
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    I just did it last week and it was $19 even. I have to do it again tomarrow with new plugs and a blocked PCV line. (My CO were too high at idle)
     
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    Is this for diesel? That's what I'll be driving.
     
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    I believe the cost in Tucson is $12.25. The cost chart under diesel applies to how much you must spend in repair cost before you can apply for a waiver.
     
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    Now that makes sense. BTW, what does the diesel test consist of? Up here, it can't exceed 25% opacity at idle, 45, 45, & 65. At least that is my understanding. To be honest, I doubt I'll have a problem passing, but just cusious.
     

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