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For those of you that brought us DPF's and encrypted pcm's.
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Earlier this week we received the following message/letter (below in bold) from Russ Deane, General Legal Counsel for SEMA. We believe this message has important information that may pertain to your business so we are passing it along for your benefit. Furthermore, many of our dealers have asked us about our point of view on this issue. In July of 2011 we issued a letter stating our position on this matter. We have attached the July letter to this message for your reference. If you have any questions regarding this matter please contact your sales representative or our customer service teams.
We appreciate your business and hope to see at the SEMA show in November!
Dear SEMA Member:
We have recently learned that CARB and EPA are planning significant enforcement action against companies that make, distribute or install tuning products for late-model (2007 MY and newer) diesel trucks that are equipped with diesel particulate filters (DPF) if such tuning products offer any of the following features: (1) the ability to re-tune/re-program the truck to operate while the DPF is removed; (2) the ability to turn off urea (exhaust fluid) injection; and/or (3) the ability to defeat, disable or turn off any other required emissions control system on a late-model diesel truck. Products with these features cannot be legally sold for on-highway usage. If you make, sell or install products with these features and they are sold strictly for legal racing use you must be able to make assurances to these regulatory agencies that these products are NOT being used on the street on registered vehicles. If you cannot make those assurances we encourage you to carefully consider your business practices so as to avoid possible penalties.
SEMA is very interested in protecting you and your future and we hope you’ll find this information valuable. If you have any questions please contact Jim McFarland, Consultant for SEMA, regarding compliance with these regulatory agencies.
John Russell Deane, III
SEMA General Counsel