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INSPECTION PROCEDURES FOR OBD
Note: A safety only inspection is required for model year vehicles of
1996 and newer that are gas operated with a GVWR of 8500 pounds
and greater. These vehicles are exempt from the OBD inspection.
Procedures for OBD emissions inspection shall be as follows:
1. Turn the ignition key to the “ON” position but do not start engine and
check for Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) illumination (illumination
may be brief).
2. Turn the ignition switch to the “Off” position for at least 12 seconds.
3. Locate the Diagnostic Link Connector (DLC); connect the North
Carolina Analyzer System’s OBD link to the vehicle’s Diagnostic Link
Connector. If the Diagnostic Link Connector cannot be located, the test
will be aborted.
4. Verify successful communication with the vehicle’s OBD system.
Note: If successful communication cannot be established,
after three attempts, the vehicle fails.
5. Using the North Carolina Analyzer System, scan the vehicle’s OBD
system to obtain the status of the readiness monitors, Malfunction
Indicator Light, and the presence of Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC).
6. A vehicle shall be Rejected from an OBD inspection if:
(a) The Diagnostic Link Connector can not be located and/or
(b) The number of supported readiness monitors set to “not completed”
exceeds the maximum limits based on the vehicle’s model year. (See
note below)
(c) The North Carolina Analyzer System shall print out a special vehicle
inspection receipt/statement (VIRS) listing the unset readiness
codes and advising the motorist on how to proceed.
7. A vehicle shall Pass an OBD inspection if:
(a) The Malfunction Indicator Light bulb check status is ok and
(b) The Malfunction Indicator Light bulb is not “ON” with engine
running and
(c) The Malfunction Indicator Light is not commanded on for any
Diagnostic Trouble Code and
(d) The number of supported readiness monitors that are set to “not
ready” does not exceed the maximum limits based on the vehicle’s
model year. (See note below)
8. A vehicle shall Fail an OBD inspection if:
(a) The Malfunction Indicator Light bulb check status is not ok
and/or
(b) The Malfunction Indicator Light bulb is “ON” with engine running
and/or
North Carolina Dapartment of Transportation
Division of Motor Vehicles - License and Theft Bureau
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(c) The Malfunction Indicator Light is commanded on for any
Diagnostic Trouble Code and/or
(d) The Diagnostic Link Connector has been damaged, tampered with or
is otherwise inoperable.
Note: For model years 1996-2000, a maximum of two (2)
readiness monitors may be set to “not ready”. For model
years 2001 and newer, a maximum of one (1)
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