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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter UPart 1045


TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER U—AIR POLLUTION CONTROLS

PART 1045—CONTROL OF EMISSIONS FROM SPARK-IGNITION PROPULSION MARINE ENGINES AND VESSELS

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Subpart A—OVERVIEW AND APPLICABILITY

§1045.1
Does this part apply for my products?
§1045.2
Who is responsible for compliance?
§1045.5
Which engines are excluded from this part's requirements?
§1045.10
How is this part organized?
§1045.15
Do any other CFR parts apply to me?
§1045.20
What requirements apply to my vessels?
§1045.25
How do the requirements related to evaporative emissions apply to engines and their fuel systems?
§1045.30
Submission of information.
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Subpart B—EMISSION STANDARDS AND RELATED REQUIREMENTS

§1045.101
What exhaust emission standards and requirements must my engines meet?
§1045.103
What exhaust emission standards must my outboard and personal watercraft engines meet?
§1045.105
What exhaust emission standards must my sterndrive/inboard engines meet?
§1045.107
What are the not-to-exceed emission standards?
§1045.110
How must my engines diagnose malfunctions?
§1045.112
What are the standards for evaporative emissions?
§1045.115
What other requirements apply?
§1045.120
What emission-related warranty requirements apply to me?
§1045.125
What maintenance instructions must I give to buyers?
§1045.130
What installation instructions must I give to vessel manufacturers?
§1045.135
How must I label and identify the engines I produce?
§1045.140
What is my engine's maximum engine power?
§1045.145
Are there interim provisions that apply only for a limited time?
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Subpart C—CERTIFYING ENGINE FAMILIES

§1045.201
What are the general requirements for obtaining a certificate of conformity?
§1045.205
What must I include in my application?
§1045.210
May I get preliminary approval before I complete my application?
§1045.220
How do I amend the maintenance instructions in my application?
§1045.225
How do I amend my application for certification to include new or modified engines or change an FEL?
§1045.230
How do I select engine families?
§1045.235
What emission testing must I perform for my application for a certificate of conformity?
§1045.240
How do I demonstrate that my engine family complies with exhaust emission standards?
§1045.245
How do I determine deterioration factors from exhaust durability testing?
§1045.250
What records must I keep and what reports must I send to EPA?
§1045.255
What decisions may EPA make regarding my certificate of conformity?
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Subpart D—TESTING PRODUCTION-LINE ENGINES

§1045.301
When must I test my production-line engines?
§1045.305
How must I prepare and test my production-line engines?
§1045.310
How must I select engines for production-line testing?
§1045.315
How do I know when my engine family fails the production-line testing requirements?
§1045.320
What happens if one of my production-line engines fails to meet emission standards?
§1045.325
What happens if an engine family fails the production-line testing requirements?
§1045.330
May I sell engines from an engine family with a suspended certificate of conformity?
§1045.335
How do I ask EPA to reinstate my suspended certificate?
§1045.340
When may EPA revoke my certificate under this subpart and how may I sell these engines again?
§1045.345
What production-line testing records must I send to EPA?
§1045.350
What records must I keep?
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Subpart E—IN-USE TESTING

§1045.401
What testing requirements apply to my engines that have gone into service?
§1045.405
How does this program work?
§1045.410
How must I select, prepare, and test my in-use engines?
§1045.415
What happens if in-use engines do not meet requirements?
§1045.420
What in-use testing information must I report to EPA?
§1045.425
What records must I keep?
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Subpart F—TEST PROCEDURES

§1045.501
How do I run a valid emission test?
§1045.505
How do I test engines using discrete-mode or ramped-modal duty cycles?
§1045.515
What are the test procedures related to not-to-exceed standards?
§1045.520
What testing must I perform to establish deterioration factors?
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Subpart G—SPECIAL COMPLIANCE PROVISIONS

§1045.601
What compliance provisions apply to these engines?
§1045.605
What provisions apply to engines already certified under the motor vehicle or Large SI programs?
§1045.610
What provisions apply to using engines already certified to Small SI emission standards?
§1045.620
What are the provisions for exempting engines used solely for competition?
§1045.625
What requirements apply under the Diurnal Transition Program?
§1045.630
What is the personal-use exemption.
§1045.635
What special provisions apply for small-volume engine manufacturers?
§1045.640
What special provisions apply to branded engines?
§1045.645
What special provisions apply for converting an engine to use an alternate fuel?
§1045.650
Do delegated-assembly provisions apply for marine engines?
§1045.655
What special provisions apply for installing and removing altitude kits?
§1045.660
How do I certify outboard or personal watercraft engines for use in jet boats?
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Subpart H—AVERAGING, BANKING, AND TRADING FOR CERTIFICATION

§1045.701
General provisions.
§1045.705
How do I generate and calculate exhaust emission credits?
§1045.706
How do I generate and calculate evaporative emission credits?
§1045.710
How do I average emission credits?
§1045.715
How do I bank emission credits?
§1045.720
How do I trade emission credits?
§1045.725
What must I include in my application for certification?
§1045.730
What ABT reports must I send to EPA?
§1045.735
What records must I keep?
§1045.745
What can happen if I do not comply with the provisions of this subpart?
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Subpart I—DEFINITIONS AND OTHER REFERENCE INFORMATION

§1045.801
What definitions apply to this part?
§1045.805
What symbols, acronyms, and abbreviations does this part use?
§1045.810
What materials does this part reference?
§1045.815
What provisions apply to confidential information?
§1045.820
How do I request a hearing?
§1045.825
What reporting and recordkeeping requirements apply under this part?
Appendix
Appendix I to Part 1045—Summary of Previous Emission Standards
Appendix
Appendix II to Part 1045—Duty Cycles for Propulsion Marine Engines


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