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Frequently asked questions about e check ohio

  • In Ohio they test the cap itself. They remove it from the car and stick the pressure tester directly on it. It is possible for the system to remain pressurized even with your leak (in fact, the pressure could be helping push the leak).
  • THE "E-CHECK" or emissions test is designed to test all of the systems of the car that can potentially introduce unacceptable levels of emissions into the air. The fuel cap is tested to demonstrate its ability to keep all fuel vapors in the tank. The vehicle has systems to reduce tail-pipe emissions. There are standards set for each year, make and model that the car must not exceed. There are also "visual" tests and standards, one of which is that the vehicle cannot display any signs of leaking fuel. The "Check Engine" light cannot be illuminated while the engine is running. None of the required emissions equipment may be modified or removed, or the car will fail its test. All of these requirements add up to cleaner air to breathe, and reduce distressing pollutants for those who have reduced breathing abilities (Asthma, COPD, the aged, and the very young).
  • I'm considering moving to Southeast Michigan from Ohio. The thing is that one of my trucks had it's catalytic converter removed years before I bought it. The area where I live doesn't do E-checks so I never really thought about putting it back on. The truck is a 1979 GMC 1/2 ton 4x4 with a 6200lb GVWR so it was born in Flint, Mi with a cat. The area I'm looking at moving to is around the Ottawa Lake or Blissfield area. I'm probably going to end up making the move and the truck actually does need a new exhaust system anyway so I'd rather put the converter back on now and run a cat back system than put a set of duals on it again and have to cut them off and replace everything in a few months if they do an E-check. I'm not looking for any parts recommendations or tree hugger opinions here. I just want to know the facts please and thank you.
  • The emissions requirements for west Michigan are covered in Michigan Statutes - §§ 324.6301 - 324.6321. § 324.6306 – “To enforce this section, the department shall implement and administer a motor vehicle emissions inspection and maintenance program designed to meet the performance standards for a motor vehicle emissions inspection and maintenance program as established by the United States environmental protection agency in 40 C.F.R. 51.351 in the counties of Kent, Ottawa, and Muskegon in those areas that are not in attainment of the national ambient air quality standards for ozone.” § 324.6311 – Exempt Vehicles Sec. 6311. The following vehicles are exempt from the inspection requirements of this part: (a) Motor vehicles that are exempted by rules promulgated by the department because of prohibitive inspection problems or inappropriateness for inspection. (b) A motor vehicle manufactured before the 1975 model year. (c) Vehicles that are licensed as historic vehicles under section 803a of the Michigan vehicle code, Act No. 300 of the Public Acts of 1949, being section 257.803a of the Michigan Compiled Laws. (d) A motor vehicle that has as its only fuel source an alternative fuel. (e) A motorcycle. (f) A motor vehicle used for covert monitoring of inspection facilities. (g) A new motor vehicle, immediately after issuance of the vehicle's first title until the year of the next biennial inspection for the vehicle model year according to section 6306(5). The emissions requirements for southeast Michigan are located in §§ 324.6501 – 324.6539 § 324.6507 – Subsection (1) “The department may implement and administer only under the conditions set forth in subsection (2) an emissions inspection test program designed to meet the performance standards for a motor vehicle emissions testing program as established by the United States environmental protection agency in 40 C.F.R. 51.352 in the counties of Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb, using bar 90 testing equipment, including a visual antitampering check, or an equivalent system approved by the United States environmental protection agency.” Subsection (2) “The decentralized test and repair program described in subsection (1) shall only be implemented as a contingency measure included in the maintenance plan approved by the United States environmental protection agency as part of the redesignation as an ozone attainment area. The contingency measure shall include authority to expand the program to Washtenaw county in addition to the counties described in subsection (1) if other measures are not sufficient to meet the maintenance plan.” § 324.6512 – Exempt Vehicles The following vehicles are exempt from the inspection requirements of this part: (a) Motor vehicles that are exempted by rules promulgated by the department because of prohibitive inspection problems or inappropriateness for inspection. (b) A motor vehicle manufactured before the 1975 model year. (c) A motor vehicle that has as its only fuel source compressed natural gas, diesel fuel, propane, electric power, or any other source as defined by rule promulgated by the department. (d) A vehicle that is licensed as a historic vehicle under section 803a of the Michigan vehicle code, Act No. 300 of the Public Acts of 1949, being section 257.803a of the Michigan Compiled Laws. (e) A motorcycle. (f) A motor vehicle used for covert monitoring of inspection facilities. (g) A new motor vehicle, immediately after issuance of the vehicle's first title until the next annual inspection for the vehicle model year. § 324.6513. (1) The motor vehicles subject to this part and the rules promulgated under this part include the following: (a) Each registered motor vehicle for the model years 1975 and later that is owned by a person whose permanent place of residence is in a county subject to this part. (b) All motor vehicles for the model years 1975 and later that belong to a fleet and that are predominately garaged, operated, or maintained in a county subject to this part. Now, the Historic Vehicle laws for Michigan are covered in §257.20a of the Michigan Compiled Laws. This section states: “‘Historic vehicle’ means a vehicle which is over 25 years old, and which is owned solely as a collector's item and for participation in club activities, exhibitions, tours, parades, and similar uses, including mechanical testing, but is not used for general transportation. If you have Historical Vehicle registration you’re vehicle is exempt from emissions testing if you live in a county which requires it. If you do not have Historical Vehicle registration, then your vehicle must either be brand new or built before the 1975 model year. The counties that seem to be included in the emissions testing seem to be Kent, Ottawa, Muskegon, Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb and possibly Washtenaw County
  • You can't get an Ohio emissions check in SC. They all have to be done by the state the car is registered to.
  • In ohio e-check is free
  • Well it will be under $100.00 in most states. You pay the same whether it pass or not. You can call a station that does the test. They can give you the cost for your state. All the station will be the same.
  • rent/borrow a scanner and clear the code right before you go get the test done. alternatively you can go to auto zone or advanced auto and they can scan and clear it for free. if you unhook the battery this will erase all the emissions data they they will look for and your car wont pass.
  • If the car is newer than 1994 it is obd 2 (on board diagnostic system 2) The right thing to do is find out what the problem is and fix it. The not so right thing to do is get a pocket scanner for about sixty bucks (napa or advance) and clear the light as you are pulling into the inspection. Most cars have to go thru a few drive cycles for the light to trip again.
  • Clearing the light won't help you pass. The fault that caused the light to illuminate is stored in memory. When you bring the car in for the test they plug a scanner into the OBD port the fault will still be there and you will fail. You must get the problem fixed. Besides, the light will come back on again in a few minutes if the fault is still present.
  • Service engine and Check engine are 2 different animals, a check engine requires that you fix the problem and clear the code, and no you cant clear the code without fixing the problem, a service is just that, I'm sure the people you take it to will be more than happy to service your engine/change oil and filters, and reset your service engine light.
  • Does it say, Service Engine Soon, or does it say Check Engine. If it's the first one, you should be able to pass because that has nothing to do with emissions. If it is the Check Engine you need to get the code read and the problem fixed.
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  • Disconnect your battery for a few minutes then reconnect. That will clear the code in the system but it may happen again the next time you start the car.
  • Fix the problem.
  • What make and year of car do you have?
  • I live in Ohio. The tags of the car I am driving (my dad's) expire the 28th. (I think this is right -- it's his birthday. They expire on the birthday, right? Or is it the end of the birthday month?) My dad can't get the tags to me for a couple days so I parked in the garage for the night, but I have to work tomorrow. Is it possible that the car will be impounded for expired tags? I can't find the Ohio laws (it is surprisingly hard to find reliable answers for this stuff). Does anyone know at which website I could find this information? I've looked at the BMV site but had no luck. Any info would help. Thanks!
  • I live in Ohio and agree it's hard to find the info. Anyway, the tags expire on the birth day not the birth month. (Even though the sticker only reads 12-08 in the big numbers, your registration number which is tied to the birth date is in small numbers on the sticker!) You're smart to park it in the garage until you get the new tags. And I'd park with the rear plate as hidden as possible at work if it's not illegal to back in to the parking spots - that depends upon where you live in Ohio as well as private parking lot "rules". Chances are the police won't run your plates until after Jan. 1 unless you bring attention to yourself for some other reason while driving. A friend of mine (in her 70s) thought she had until the end of the month, but the police stopped her for a driving violation (going straight from a right turn only lane). That officer just gave her a ticket for the expired registration, but told her he could have had the car towed. I hope you don't need to have the vehicle E-checked. If you do, then get that done on Monday the 29th and send it right off to your dad. He'll need the E-Check certification to get the new sticker. Bottom line: I don't think you'll get towed, but I wouldn't drive any extra miles and tempt fate! Remind your father to check his driver's license. That expires every 4 years on his birthday! I'm guessing you have the car insurance taken care of as well as your own driver's license!
  • they;re not gonna impound your car for expired tags. if you get pulled over, be like sorry officer im on my way to/from work, i srsly didnt know that they were expired. and tags dont have anything to do with your birthday, they expire after a certain number of years... ur dad prolly just got everything exactly on his birthday, so that when his birthday comes, he remembers to get renew the tag stickers.
  • you be conscious of that's going to start problems with your renter in case you do no longer desire them to go out,you could call quite lots any towing corporation and characteristic a automobile towed if that is on inner maximum property. ultimate guess is to depart this burden on your "buddy" to safeguard his household projects.
  • Funny, I was wondering the same thing myself
  • yes they do impound, it happened to my daughter.
  • Here's a link to California Department of Motor Vehicles that you will find very helpful: http://www.dmv.ca.gov/newtoca/newtoca.ht... Essentially it will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about what you need to do when you move to California. The bottom line is that as long as your car is registed and emission compliant in another State you can bring it into California and register it with no problem. the problems are for California residents who purchase vehicles outside of the state and then want to register them in California. Otherwise, if you are a resident of Ohio and have a vehicle that is registered in Ohio you can bring the car into California and register it here without doing anything abnormal. Hope that answers your questions
  • Hondas are the cleanest burning cars out there. It will pass the actual test but they'll fail you because you need the smog devices required by California- which means, you'll fail the visual inspection. Check with the California DMV for more information.
  • Most newer cars have the emissions tag on the underside of the hood. Check there to see if it is CA emissions equipped.
  • well california has some of the stricest emission laws, so i dont think it would pass here or i could be wrong.
  • I just moved to Ohio from California and am looking at buying a vehicle made in 1978. I know most of Ohio does not require smog testing, but I am in Cleveland (Cuyahoga County), which does. I know in California vehicles made before 1975 are smog exempt. The law used to be vehicles made 30 years before the current year were exempt, so each year new vehicles were becoming exempt. This changed in 2005 so 1975 is the last year to be exempt. Is there any such rule in Ohio? Also when did the state of Ohio start issuing smog checks? (1972 in CA).
  • The Ohio BMV site below says 1988 or older. This is what it said: Testing cycle All gasoline and diesel-fueled vehicles, including flexible fuel and hybrid vehicles, equal to or less than 10,000 pounds Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR), 25 years old or newer from the current testing year, and registered in an E-Check county must comply with E-Check.
  • In Ohio your 'e check' certificate is good for two years, we could use that same cert, if it's still good then it's still good
  • IDK. I live in PA, and we don't have that.
  • I have a 2001 Toyota Celica GT that I am swapping in a 4G63 (GSX Eclipse motor) into my Celica and converting it to rear wheel drive. I am worried since the motor isn't OBD2 I can't use it. If this is the problem how do I e-check it and how would I register and insure it in Ohio. I know in Ohio if the modifications are over $5,000 it's considered a collectors car and doesn't need an e-check. I am worried even with collector plates I can't get it registered/ insured.
  • Call your insurance company to find out.
  • i always thought the highway patrol had to check out the cars. think you would insure through your insurance company.
  • you go to a funny place. hahahahaaa man.
  • It's not illegal to bet online with an online gaming site! There is NO federal law that makes the act of wagering online illegal. The only federal law that addresses gambling is the wire act from the 1960's which makes it illegal to place wagers via the telephone. The US government passed a port security law and tacked on provisions (UIGEA) that make it illegal for BANKS, not players, to fund or accept payment from gaming sources. The only problem (for the govt) is that there are dozens of third party methods available for funding and no way to trace ACH credits. In other words, the new provisions are only for show and the end result is a waste of ink. I still use my VISA check card and e-check on my favorite sites. Online gaming will be impossible to completely eliminate from the US. The best they can do is make it inconvenient. Eventually I see the industry being regulated and taxed...heavily! The only states with laws directed towards online wagering are Michigan, Illinois, Louisiana, Oregon, Wisconsin, Washington, Indiana, Nevada, New York, New Jersey and South Dakota. Although these states do have specific laws pertaining to online gaming, there has not been any charges laid. Some sites have decided, on their own, to no longer accept American players. These are the publicly traded companies and most have returned to private ownership. There are still many highly reputable sites that welcome and cater to American clients. I have wagered online for years and make good money betting on sports and playing poker. You can get free poker tips from the pros, articles, free daily sports picks, betting tips, sports betting stats and reviews of only highly reputable gaming sites at http://GamblingReviewsSite.com The recommended sites all offer top customer service, security, and fast/free payouts. They also cater to American clients with great bonuses, e-check deposits, and other promotions. As far as tax implications go, that's a separate topic altogether. You are required to report all of your worldwide income, regardless of it's source. That being said, you can also claim your losses against your profits. Also note that if you use a reputable gaming site there will be no reporting of income to ANY source. You should make withdrawals in increments of less than $5K to avoid your financial institution from reporting your banking activities to the IRS. Take care.
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