Quote: the chick up front saw there was no hose connected to the "CARB" fitting on the charcoal cannister.
Try telling her the CARB stands for California Air Research Board and that once you crossed the state line, you had to disconnect the hose since it since it would no longer reach.
Agreed. The horror stories shared by our gearhead brothers on the west coast are no laughing matter, though. The only way to enjoy automotive freedom with California plates seems to be to get a student ID somewhere else in the country.
Quote: wow that is rough. Get a FL address???? No emissions here.
How in the world will you get the modified Galant passed?
Modified Galant is no problem. In fact, as long as it looks normal and blows clean at idle, it passes. That is, with AWD OBDI vehicles in Maricopa County, anyway.
For the record, this is my first truck, but it's also my first carburetor. I thought to myself, "It will be so nice to have a simpler engine under the hood; with fewer vacuum lines, less wiring, and just an overall more obvious piece of machinery running the show."
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