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emissions readings at MOT time.

Juddian

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Ok the old girl flew through the MOT again today, with mentions of whole underside of vehicle covered in grease/waxoil (actually its a combination of Bilt Hamber and ACF50) :whistle: which i have no shame about, its if rust is mentioned i'll start to panic :icon-cry:.

Ok so just wondered how the emissions score compares with other 120's.
Mines a 2005.
Engine temp 78'C Tested at below 80'C oil temp.
Test limit applied 1.20 l/m
Absorption coefficient 1.13 l/m 3590 l/m zero drift 0.02 l/m
'' '' after correction 1.11 l/m

Now i haven't a bloody clue what all that means, but would be interested to see how those figures compare with other 120's running well and if someone fancies explaining the nitty gritty and whether there are any issues that may be looming, please be my guest, i'm all ears.
 

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Here's the numbers from my 2006, whatever it means!
 

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Well, for what it's worth (not a lot, I think) here's mine for my 27 year old 1KZ. Pretty similar to Karl's by the look of it. No EGR or any electronic emissions trickery. It's a pass, but does any of it mean anything useful? Maybe every Toyota diesel produces 0.88 on every MoT test rig.
 

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