Fees for Inspections
|Emission Inspection Fees* Paid to Station|
|County||Maximum Inspection Fee*|
|Salt Lake||No limit is set as the fees are self regulated, however the average fee is $25|
|Utah||No limit is set as the fees are self regulated, however the average fee is $25|
If the vehicle owner misses the assigned test date by more than 30 days, he is subject to a $20 late fee billed to him by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). other vehicles he owns unless he also fails to pay the $20 late fee to DMV.
6 Proven Methods for Passing an Emissions ( Smog ) Test : Test a very warm car on a cool day. Use a specialized fuel additive. Inflate tires to the proper (high) level. Perform an oil change. Turn off your “Check Engine” light (if needed). Find a shop that offers a free retest.
Vehicles six years old and greater that have even- numbered model years must have an emission test in even-numbered years, and vehicles that have odd-numbered model years must have an emission test in odd-numbered years.
You can expect to pay the following when renewing the registration for a passenger vehicle : A vehicle that is less than 3 years old has a $150 registration fee. A vehicle that is 3 to 6 years old has a $110 registration fee.
Requirements to Pass the Utah Smog Check Cache county vehicle owners with vehicles that are 6 years old or more must schedule their smog check according to the vehicle’s model year. First-time registration of Street-legal ATVs (Must also get a safety inspection whenever vehicle has a title transferred)
Utah gives motorists with expiring registration a grace period . The order will last until May 15, meaning if your registration expired on the last day of April, you have 15 days to renew it.
Utah does require emissions inspections every other year for all vehicle models less than six years old. Vehicles more than six years old must undergo emissions inspections every year . However, emissions certificates are not a requirement for vehicle models from 1967 or earlier.
The fuel evaporative system (EVAP) controls emission by housing vapors from evaporated fuel and sending them back to the fuel tank to be reused. The cost for EVAP system repair ranges between $200 and $560. The labor alone will cost somewhere between $35 and $140, while parts will run somewhere between $150 and $440.
Too Much Fuel in the Air/Fuel Mixture An air/fuel mixture with too much fuel is a rich mixture. If your vehicle’s air/fuel mixture is full of fuel, your vehicle will fail the emissions test. The problem with the mixture might lie with your fuel injectors or the exhaust system’s oxygen sensor.
To pass an OBD-II emissions test, a vehicle must: If you clear the ‘Check Engine’ light, or reset the OBD-II monitors right before your emissions test, your vehicle typically will not pass because the catalyst and EVAP monitors need time to run. If it’s not in a “ready” state, your vehicle will automatically fail.
CRC 05063 Emissions Test Formula contains powerful detergent additives strong enough to remove harmful carbon and varnish deposits. It cleans the fuel system and emission control components in gas -powered vehicles.
Four Relatively Easy Steps Retard the spark timing a bit. From a performance standpoint, Capris respond well to advanced spark timing. Lean out the carburetor Most carburetors have one or more screws to adjust the mixture of fuel and air. Raise the idle speed slightly. Change the oil.