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Q: Where do I find the emissions control label?

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Where do I find the emissions control label?

The emissions control label gives you important information about the emissions system in the car, and what regulations it meets. This information may be necessary during emissions testing. You’ll find the label on the underside of the hood, on the passenger side.

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