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CONTENTS - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_779
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exhaust emission effects
ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 PART I EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEMS AND SERVICE OPERATIONS In compliance with various government air polution regulations, the IH engine is equipped with emission control systems that effectively reduce the flow of exhaust gas contaminants below permissible limits. To  function  effectively,  these  emission  control  systems  must  be  properly  maintained  and  it  is  important  that  maintenance operations be performed at specified intervals as indicated under Required Maintenance Operations. Service intervals given are based upon average operating conditions.  Where dusty, frequent start and stop or heavily laden operations are encountered, more frequent servicing will be required. The engine (vehicle) owner is responsible for performance of all scheduled Required Maintenance Operations and any other non-scheduled maintenance needed, to ensure proper operation of the exhaust emission control system(s). Required maintenance operations should be performed by an International Harvester dealer, or other service outlet equipped and qualified to perform such services.  Any replacement parts used for required maintenance services or repairs of emission control systems  should  be  equivalent  in  quality  and  performance  to  genuine  IH  parts.    Use  of  inferior  replacement  parts  may  result  in improper operation of emission control systems. As shown on the exhaust emission effects chart, engines sold for use in the U.S.A.  (49 States and California) are equipped with emission controls that are not the same as those used on engines sold for use in Canada.  This is because of the different air polution standards in effect. CGES-215  Page 3 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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