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Smog Check Station Inspection Checklist

Use this Smog Check Station Inspection Checklist to assist smog check stations to pass inspections. Just like all other Lumiform templates, this one can be edited to fit the smog station’s business demands.
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Smog Check Station
Station Licenses and Signs
Verify if the following are posted and visible:
Official automotive repair dealer sign
Official smog check station sign
Official Smog Check station service sign
Automotive repair dealer registration (valid)
Smog check inspector license (valid)
Notice to motorist’s sign
Station Equipment
Emissions Inspection System (EIS)
Internet connection to EIS
Tools required to examine vehicle ignition, fuel delivery and emission control system.
Tire pressure check
Ignition timing light with proceeded features
Approved EIS calibration gases
Internet connection to OIS
Low-Pressure Fuel Evaporative Tester (LPFET).
Certified fuel cap tester and adapters
Approved cooling fan
Station Reference Material and Records
Certified fuel cap adapter guide
Current Smog Check Manual and Smog Check Reference Guide.
Technical service bulletins and producer recall notices.
Low-pressure fuel evaporative tester (LPFET) worker’s manual
Modern Emission Control System (ECS) application guides
Vacuum routing and electronic component position guides
Electronic components position manuals.
Other Demands
The station must follow demands of maintenance of records.
A licensed smog checks inspector is present through all hours the station is open for the testing of vehicles. Testing of vehicles shall be conducted by a licensed inspector.
EIS passes gas calibration and leak test with dual exhaust examination hose connected.
Testing of vehicles shall be conducted only in a work area within a building and shall be large enough to adjust the type of vehicles being maintained.
Name and signature of technician:
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Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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