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1978 Porsche 911SC Smog Pump No Longer Available

I have a 1978 Porsche 911 SC with a frozen smog pump. It will pass the smog emissions part of the test, but not the visual. I cannot locate a smog pump and the 1978's strip out on removal so if I remove it to have it rebuilt it cannot be re attached. Great car. Want to drive it. Any suggestions appreciated.


You may contact the State's Part Locator. They may be able to help you locate a smog pump for your Porsche. The locator service helps motorists locate hard-to-find emissions parts that are needed to bring their vehicles into compliance with state law. If the parts are not available, the Smog Referee may be able to issue you a "Limited Parts Exemption". You may contact the State Smog Check Parts locator by calling 800-622-7733.

posted by SmogTips Support 10-16-2015 08:57 AM

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