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Old 04-30-2015, 05:56 PM   #1
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Emissions label

Have to have my 2004 Country Coach Allure verified by the local Calif. DMV because I purchased out of state. Does anyone know where the Emissions label is located?

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Old 04-30-2015, 08:36 PM   #2
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At one time, Cummins was putting the stupid little sticker on the side of the front cover on the motor. It is/was about 1/2"x1 1/2" so it isn't very big.

You can also give Cummins a call with your motor serial number and they can supply a statement that the motor is 50 states compliant

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Just went through that in January. They had my Inspire listed as a gas engine. Had to take the coach to the DMV so they could inspect the motor to make sure it was a diesel. Did you start your paperwork at the DMV or some place like the AutoClub. If at the DMV you have to continue there but just take the coach there and have them inspect it. Did mine in Blythe as they are really accommodating and even say thank you when you leave. Good luck with your registration. Remember they are state employees and not that brite
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Had to use the Cummins engine label on top of the timing cover. Surprisingly it was certified California and Federal!!

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