Charles Rhodes, supervisor of the Wisconsin I/M-240 emissions testing program, says, “The state could begin use of OBD-II (onboard emissions diagnostics) now to replace the current I/M-240 test,” but he adds, “We will not begin until the middle of next year because we don't have to.” He says he understands New York will switch to OBD-II, rather than tailpipe testing, beginning next year. Mr. Rhodes says it has taken several months to work out the computerized information for all of the ...
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