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California Service Information Rulemaking Implementation Update. November 2, 2004 AAPEX Show Las Vegas, Nevada. Background. Senate Bill 1146 -- HSC 43105.5 High percentage of repairs done by independents Lack of accurate information and tools for OBD-equipped vehicles

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california service information rulemaking implementation update

California Service Information Rulemaking Implementation Update

November 2, 2004

AAPEX Show

Las Vegas, Nevada

background
Background
  • Senate Bill 1146 -- HSC 43105.5
  • High percentage of repairs done by independents
  • Lack of accurate information and tools for OBD-equipped vehicles
  • Internet access required
  • Promotes competition in the service and parts industries
current status of regulation
Current Status of Regulation
  • Implementation began March 2003
  • Harmonized with EPA’s amended rule
  • All manufacturers have operational websites
  • Regulation amended in January 2004
    • Heavy-duty applicability
    • Initialization information
    • SAE J2534
service information websites
Service Information Websites
  • 32 unique OEM website addresses
  • Average subscription costs for major OEMs:
    • $19.00 Daily
    • $202.00 Monthly
    • $1,525.00 Yearly
  • Pre-approval of pricing not required
  • Audits conducted upon request from covered person
service information websites issues
Service Information Websites(Issues)
  • Low usage
  • Minor problems with obtaining certain information and tools
  • Yearly subscription price variations
  • Annual reporting guidelines
    • No official format yet
    • Federal format accepted by ARB
heavy duty amendments
Heavy-Duty Amendments
  • Regulation now applicable to OBD-equipped vehicles over 14,000 lbs
    • More stringent emission standards in 2007
    • 75% of repairs done by independents
  • Exempt from diagnostic/reprogramming tools and information requirements
    • Lead time issues
    • Liability issues
    • To be readdressed when full OBD provisions are proposed
anti theft initialization information
Anti-theft Initialization Information
  • Lead time extension to 2009 model year based on Honda request
  • Manufacturers must demonstrate technical and economic need for the additional time
  • Computer rebuilders can currently access this information by using service-based procedures
sae j2534
SAE J2534
  • Manufacturers must comply with September 2004 version
  • Issues with compliance:
    • Software/hardware changes
    • Compatibility with aftermarket pass-thru devices
  • Additional lead time of 180 days after regulation effective date
training materials
Training Materials
  • ARB does not require classes (taped, satellite, or actual) to be made available to the aftermarket
  • Manufacturers may withhold materials not useful for self-study
    • Must list on manufacturer’s website
    • Subject to ARB approval
what s next
What’s Next?
  • Final Statement of Reasons
    • Regulation package due December 5th
    • Likely effective date -- early February 2005
  • Continued Monitoring
    • Websites
    • Heavy-duty OBD
  • ARB website
    • www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/cmvsip/cmvsip.htm
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