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Old 14 May 2008, 02:07 am
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Default 94' del sol failed emmissions test

I have a 94 del sol all stock still. it failed the emmissions test at 25mph. it failed the CO% ant NOX level. standard results co%: .82 my reading: 1.28
standard results nox: 1072 my reading: 1138

i'm not even sure what to do. the car runs fine has new plugs in it. would having the a/c on during the test affect the test results any?? any suggestions would help thanks
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Old 14 May 2008, 06:55 pm
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Default Re: 94' del sol failed emmissions test

How many miles? Driven hard? Could be the cat converter if no computer codes.
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