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Ok I am 26 and my husband and I have never owned a car or had a DR not because we are lazy but have had a lot of financial troubles. We just bought car from a friend of the family for 600 and we were super stoked that something finally works out for us. We took it for pre-smog test and they said basically we were better off buying another car. We live in California and the people brought the car from Washington, even though it passed smog there and has current pennsylvania tags and registration, they tell us now we have to get a new motor or a new car. I am kind of wary of these people though we live in a small town and this is the only place that does the smog check and I hear they rip ppl off all the time because hey have to drive 100 mi to get service from another place. There is also no used dealerships here or anything like that. So I am super depressed no because I spent half of our savings and my college loans on this car. Is there anything we can do other than try to sell it, I don't know many people here that would buy it please I don't know what to do! PS Everyone says this place screws people, would I do better to take it to get second opinion? They said it was very bad and let off carbon monoxide etc etc
A few things here may contribute to each other. the blue smoke is from an engine that is burning oil. that can be from a failing pcv valve, bad rings or valve guides in the engine. the valve is a simple thing to replace and it may stop the smoke but i would not count on that one just yet. the rings or valve guides would need much work. as i understand it, the previous owner has to smog it and have it pass that before the change of ownership. i have lived in California for 30 years and was working up to a smog license. the elevated HCs and now would counter act each other since the HCs would cool the combustion chamber and the NOx is formed in an extremely hot one in excess of 2900 degrees (f) the big question is if it is all worth the price or not.
Getting an out of state $600 car to pass Cal smog is not likely to happen, ever. Cal cars have long had special equipment for the very rigorous regulations there. A brand new Washington car would likely not pass in Cal. I'd say find a way to get it registered in Nevada, and drive under the radar, but that's probably illegal, so I won't suggest it. The battery not holding a charge has nothing to do with the emissions test failure. Either the battery is bad, or you have a parasitic drain. Get the battery checked free at an auto part store, and it probably will be bad. I'd recommend a series 31 Interstate brand battery. Costs a bit more, but incredibly rugged. If the battery is OK, you have a dash light, trunk light, under hood light, aftermarket radio, stuck cig lighter, or something draining the battery. Find it by pulling fuses -- first night take out right half of the box. If holds, charge, prob is one of the removed ones, if not hold charge, it's in the left half. By process of elimination, you can find which fuse controls the leaky circuit.
You live in about the worst state for emission inspection. I'm not convinced the garage you took it to is the rip off you think, they may just have to tell a lot of people just what they told you. One of the reasons may be that the car was made when the emission standards were not as strict and your state has made the rules that they need to be up graded to today's standards. They did that to the company I worked for and we had to send all or newer trucks out there and got all the old one in return. I'd try to sell it in another state although the people in the other states will know what is going on and will beat you down. Check your DMV to see if you can get a waver or something.