Ill. Admin. Code tit. 92, § B - Fenders through Hood

Current through Register Vol. 46, No. 15, April 8, 2022

a) FENDERS

PROCEDURES/SPECIFICATIONS:

Inspect for the presence of front and rear fenders. Verify fenders are securely attached to the vehicle.

REJECT VEHICLE IF:

Any fender is missing or not securely attached to the vehicle.

b) FLOOR, FIREWALL AND OCCUPANT COMPARTMENT

PROCEDURES/SPECIFICATIONS:

Inspect floor, firewall and occupant compartment for holes or openings that permit exhaust gases to enter the occupant compartment.

REJECT VEHICLE IF:

Holes or openings are present in the floor, firewall or occupant compartment that permit exhaust gases to enter the occupant compartment.

c) FRAME, CAB AND BODY

PROCEDURES/SPECIFICATIONS:

Inspect frame, subframe, unibody and chassis cross-member assemblies.

Inspect cab and body attachments.

REJECT VEHICLE IF:

Frame, subframe, unibody or cross-member is cracked, broken, loose, sagging, rusted through or missing.

Body bolts or brackets (to chassis) are loose, cracked, broken or missing.

Body spacer block is missing or body is not level with chassis.

Cab or body is loose on chassis.

d) FUEL STORAGE AND DELIVERY SYSTEM

PROCEDURES/SPECIFICATIONS:

Inspect support straps, tube clamps, fuel tank vent hoses and tubes for leaks and secure mounting.

Inspect the fuel tank or any exhaust additive tank to make certain they are securely attached to the vehicle.

Confirm that the fuel filler cap is present and capable of being tightened (if the vehicle is so equipped).

REJECT VEHICLE IF:

There is fuel leakage at any point in the system.

Any part of the system is not securely fastened.

Fuel filler cap is missing, leaking or not able to be tightened (if the vehicle is so equipped).

e) HOOD

PROCEDURES/SPECIFICATIONS:

Open hood and inspect safety catch for proper operation. Close hood and inspect for proper full closure.

REJECT VEHICLE IF:

Hood does not open or hood latch does not securely hold hood in its proper fully-closed position.

Secondary or safety catch does not function properly.

Notes

Ill. Admin. Code tit. 92, § B
Adopted at 40 Ill. Reg. 13142, effective 9/1/2016

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