I know, but if you look it was dropped in 2001 and was a $0.00 cost
option in 2000. As I remember it was paper work required in Kalifornia
which was dropped after it proved it meet their standard. Which I
would guess means nothing except you still need to please their
money/emission requirements. There was also an option N88 California
emission or NY/MA state emission override besides the YF5 California
emission requirement and NG1 Massachusetts/NY emission requirement,
plus the FE9 federal emission requirement that showed up on the dealer
order sheet. To add to the confusion there was also a NC7 Federal
emission override, requires YF5/NG1 emissions, did that clear it up?
Sorry but I think you need to check with them on what or how much
money they want to allow you in their state.
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