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  1. E39 (1997 - 2003)
    What is your state law on buyer or seller responsibility for SES/CEL & smog tests? Edit: Change the question, as per E36_phantom in post #2 below, to more about the seller's specific legal responsibility. Edit: Further generalized the question, as per Edjacks' comments in post #3 to cover both...
  2. E36 (1991 - 1999)
    Hey Guys, I'm hoping you can lend me some knowledge and experience so I might apply it to my current situation. I'm hands on and ready to do the work myself. I am not looking for a freebee solution with no effort on my part. No Sirs, I just seek some guidance with a little explanation at times...
  3. E34 (1989 - 1995)
    After three years of planned non-operation (storage) we decided to wake up our 92 525i (automatic) for my son. With a new battery, she started right up, so we activated the registration and were instructed to have the car smog checked at a Star Station. We changed the oil, oil filter and air...
  4. California
    California Smog Check Assistance Program If you meet certain requirements you can get up to $500 from the State of California to repair your emission control equipment: http://www.autorepair.ca.gov/80_BARR...sist_FAQs.html http://www.autorepair.ca.gov/80_BARR...ms/CAP_App.pdf
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