There’s a group of people meeting in Washington these days whose eventual recommendation to the Environmental Protection Agency could have a far-reaching effect on anyone who owns a car or truck. Little has been written about their study and even less is understood about the complicated subject. Unless you are a repair technician or a vehicle engineer, you probably don’t know much about vehicle onboard diagnostic (OBD) systems. Better brush up. Normal vehicle maintenance items such as ...
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