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|7th May 2004, 13:41||#1|
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In India, we have a limit of 3% of volume being CO(whatever). Although most cars would clear that test easily, what is a good reading.
Say till one year back All my PUCs used to read 0.02%. Now recently all show 0.4% to 1%.
I have 3 cars, all Maruti, and all have shown the same trend.
the way I see it 0.02 to 0.4 is a 20 times increase!!!
So just wanted to know, what do you people get in your PUC. And any idea whats a good %.
|10th May 2004, 08:20||#2|
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I cant really help you much on this topic, however i did find this link, maybe it is of interest to you >
Assessment of the PUC Program in India.
Its a .PDF file so be warned!
|15th December 2009, 13:48||#3|
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I guess this pae has been expired or deleted. Please post working link.
|20th December 2009, 10:38||#4|
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http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/techni...rtificate.html (Deciphering your PUC Certificate :-)
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