40 CFR 85.2238 - Test report
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(a) Special calendar and model year applicability. The requirements of § 85.2237 apply concurrently for tests conducted under Emission Performance Warranty on 1995 and earlier model year vehicles or engines until December 31, 1993, after which the requirements of this section are solely in effect. The following exceptions apply: In a state where the Administrator has approved a SIP revision providing for implementation of a basic centralized program meeting the requirements of part 51, subpart S of this chapter, according to the schedule specified in § 51.373 of this chapter, the requirements of § 85.2237 are concurrently in effect until June 30, 1994 for 1995 and earlier model year vehicles or engines; in a state where the Administrator has approved a SIP revision providing for implementation of an enhanced program meeting the requirements of part 51, subpart S of this chapter, according to the schedule specified in § 51.373 of this chapter, the requirements of § 85.2237 are concurrently in effect until December 31, 1995 for 1995 and earlier model year vehicles or engines.
(b) Upon failure of a short test, the vehicle's owner or operator must be furnished with a test report containing the information listed in paragraphs (b)(1) through (7) of this section.
(1) Vehicle description, including license plate number, vehicle identification number, weight class, and odometer reading.
(3) Name or identification number of the individual performing the test and the location of the test station and lane.
(i) The reported exhaust concentrations are that pair of passing exhaust concentrations or, if none are obtained, that pair of failing exhaust concentrations, for which the product of HC (151*CO) is a minimum.
(ii) If a second-chance test is conducted the reported exhaust concentrations are those obtained from the second-chance test.
(7) A statement indicating the availability of warranty coverage as provided in section 207 of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7541).
(c) The test report must certify that the short test was performed in accordance with these regulations and, in the case of service station based programs, it must be signed by the individual who performed the test.
[58 FR 58416, Nov. 1, 1993]
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