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 Posted: Mon Dec 8th, 2008 06:06 pm
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dj1966
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hi the eurogas 8020 will need a 9010 dsm to test diesels these are supposed to be acceptable for 2009 as a combination unit, you may also need a rpm counter for the dsm. i'm currently updating mine,will let you know the outcome if your still thinking of using the euro gas. cheers darren

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greasemonkey wrote: hi

i have the chance to buy a motorscan eurogas 8020 emissions tester i was wondering if this will do both catalyst and diesel emissions and if its compliant for 2009 thanks andy

Check the recent special notice via computerisation where advice is given via the acceptable list of equipment.

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hi

i have the chance to buy a motorscan eurogas 8020 emissions tester i was wondering if this will do both catalyst and diesel emissions and if its compliant for 2009 thanks andy

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