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ENGINE USED Abbreviations:
We use certain abbreviations in the search system for explanations of the type of engine used. These engine abbreviations are listed below to help locate the correct engine for your used Saab modelname Engine:
VIN vehicle identification number
MT Manual Transmission type
AT Automatic Transmission type
4x2 2 wheel drive type
4x4 4 Wheel drive type
FWD Front wheel drive type
RWD rear wheel drive type
AWD all-wheel drive vehicle
Standards on emissions:
The US Environmental Protection Agency is developing federal emission standards for engines and cars, including emission standards for greenhouse gas emissions.
Emissions in California The Environmental Protection Agency manages emissions requirements in the United States (EPA). The state of California is authorized under federal law to implement more strict regulations for vehicle emissions.
In a car with Federal emissions, engines with California emissions cannot be used
It is therefore unlikely to use Federal Emissions Engines in California.