Warning m159705, Emission control system certification label, Emission compliance period – John Deere la105 User Manual
Page 6: Certification, Safety labels
Safety Labels - 5
Picture Note: This label is required and installed on machines sold
in California. This label may also be installed on machines sold in
Operation of This Equipment May Create Sparks that Can Start Fires
Around Dry Vegetation. A Spark Arrestor May be Required. The Operator
Should Contact Local Fire Agencies For Laws or Regulations Relating to
Fire Prevention Requirements.
Emission Control System Certification Label
NOTE: Tampering with emission controls and components by
unauthorized personnel may result in severe fines or penalties.
Emission controls and components can only be adjusted by EPA
and/or CARB authorized service centers. Contact your John Deere
Commercial and Consumer Equipment Retailer concerning emission
controls and component questions.
The presence of an emissions label signifies that the engine has been
certified with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
and/or California Air Resources Board (CARB).
The emissions warranty applies only to those engines marketed by John
Deere that have been certified by the EPA and/or CARB; and used in the
United States and Canada in off-road mobile equipment.
Emission Compliance Period
If your engine has the emission compliance category listed on the
emission control system certification or air index label, this indicates the
number of operating hours for which the engine has been certified to meet
EPA and/or CARB emission requirements. The following table provides
the engine compliance period in hours associated with the category found
on the certification label.
Your mower has been certified by an independent laboratory for
compliance with American National Standard B-71.1, “Safety
Specifications” for Power Lawn Mowers, Lawn and Garden Tractors, and
Canadian Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
This spark ignition system complies with Canadian ICES-002.