Wasn't my car! :)
I've never had one. Mine is old enough that it didn't have a visual
A lot of people install the equipment for the test and then go home and
take it all off. The tests are a bit of a waste on the auto
enthusiasts... Kinda like gun laws on criminals... :) But for the
average person who doesn't know what to do when they encounter a loose
bolt with a wrench already in there hand, I guess they do keep the
original equipment installed. (You take the bolt off of course and
find out what all it holds together!)
On Wed, 19 Sep 2001 16:41:14 -0600, David Councill wrote:
>After my trip to Denver for the Colorado Conclave, I keep thinking of a
>question I had. I talked to several people about the Colorado emissions
>testing, something I know little about since we have no such thing in Montana.
>But despite all these people complaining about the testing, I can only
>recall one MGB that actually still had the air pump installed. And that car
>coincidentally belonged to lister Andrew Lundgren. Quite a few other cars
>had the characteristic dual pulley with only one belt, no air pump, and
>plugged ports on the head.
>So what do you Coloradoans do? Put the air pump on for testing and then
>remove it when done and block the ports?
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