exhaust gas recirculation

Six pounds of soot could be lurking in your oil

| August 02, 2012

EGR-only engines put up to six pounds of soot into oil during a 40,000-mile interval.

WSJ says Navistar ready for SCR to meet emissions regs

| July 03, 2012

Navistar will move from EGR and adopt the SCR path taken by its competitors to meet 2010 diesel emissions regulations.

Navistar gets California OK to sell engines

| March 09, 2012

Company has permission to continue to sell new heavy-duty truck engines as long as the company still has enough emissions credits.

Navistar submits MaxxForce 13 for EPA certification

Jack Roberts | February 01, 2012

California Air Resources Board had issued a public letter to Navistar saying the company's emissions credits for the engine will expire Feb. 29.

Judge dismisses Navistar SCR emissions suit

| January 23, 2012

Company sought to force the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to recall 2010 model year engines using selective catalytic reduction.

Torque Target

John Baxter | August 07, 2011

New engine technology promises not only improved engine efficiency, but also the ability to spec your drivetrain to further enhance fuel economy.

Navistar sues EPA again over SCR rule

Jack Roberts | July 15, 2011

Navistar alleges nitrogen oxide emissions skyrocket when drivers don't keep diesel exhaust fluid topped off.

Navistar details market expansion

| March 31, 2011

Navistar is the only heavy-duty engine maker using exhaust gas recirculation without selective catalytic reduction to meet federal emissions regulations.

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