Mitchell 1 issues Emission Control Application guide

Oct. 2, 2013

Mitchell 1 has released its 2014 Emission Control Application Guide (ECAT14) for domestic and import cars, light trucks, vans (diesel engines) and Class ‘A’ motor homes with gasoline engines, model years 1966 - 2014. The new guide provides vehicle-specific emission system information for repair shops that perform smog inspections.

“Mitchell 1’s new Emission Control Application Guide is a great resource to help repair shops comply with state emission standards,” said Nick DiVerde, senior marketing director, Mitchell 1. “It delivers detailed information that is complete, accurate and easy to use – it’s a must-have resource for any shop that does emission testing and/or repairs.” 

Inside the guide, content covers emission application tables, engine displacement conversion charts, emission control visual inspection procedures, and approximately 40 years of domestic and imported basic ignition timing specification.

Also, 1980 through 2013 maintenance reminder light reset procedures; the latest EPA emission recall bulletins; I/M areas that require ignition timing and EGR function testing; and quick reference listing for major systems, devices and components are also included.

The 2014 guide also includes a Standardized Emission Control Abbreviation List for the following vehicles:

  • 1966-2014 Domestic Cars, Light Trucks, and Vans (Gasoline Engines)
  • 1968-2014 Imported Cars, Light Trucks, and Vans (Gasoline Engines)
  • 1966-2014 Medium and Heavy Duty Domestic Trucks (Gasoline Engines)
  • Class “A” Motor Homes (Gasoline Engines)
  • 1984-2014 Domestic + Import Cars, Light Trucks, and Vans (Diesel Engines)

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