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   appropriate to protect public health and welfare."

   (b) Conforming Amendment.-Section  202(a)(4) of the Clean  Air Act

(42  U.S.C.   7521(a)(4))  is  amended  by   striking  out  "standards

prescribed under this subsection" every place  it occurs and inserting

"requirements prescribed under this title".

SEC. 228. ENFORCEMENT.

   (a) Inspections  and Testing.-Section 203(a)(2)  of the Clean  Air

Act (42 U.S.C. 7522(a)(2)) is amended to read as follows:

      "(2)(A) for any person to fail or refuse to permit access to or

   copying  of  records  or  to  fail  to  make  reports  or  provide

   information required under section 208;

      "(B) for any  person to fail or refuse to permit entry, testing

   or inspection authorized under section 206(c) or section 208;

      "(C) for any person to fail or refuse to perform tests, or have

   tests performed as required under section 208;

      "(D) for any manufacturer to fail to make information available

   as provided by regulation under section 202(m)(5);".

   (b)  Tampering   With  Vehicle   Emission  Controls.-(1)   Section

203(a)(3) (42 U.S.C. 7522(a)(3)) is amended to read as follows:

      "(3)(A) for  any person  to  remove or  render inoperative  any

   device or element of design  installed on or in a motor vehicle or

   motor vehicle  engine in  compliance with  regulations under  this

   title prior  to its sale and  delivery to  the ultimate purchaser,

   or for  any person knowingly to  remove or  render inoperative any

   such device or element of  design after such sale and delivery  to

   the ultimate purchaser; or

      "(B) for  any person to manufacture or sell,  or offer to sell,

   or  install, any part  or component intended  for use  with, or as

   part

   of, any motor vehicle or  motor vehicle engine, where  a principal

   effect of  the part or component  is to bypass,  defeat, or render

   inoperative  any device or element of design  installed on or in a

   motor  vehicle  or   motor  vehicle  engine  in   compliance  with

   regulations  under this  title,  and  where the  person  knows  or

   should know that such part or component is being offered for  sale

   or installed for such use or put to such use; or".

   (2) At the  end of section 203(a)  (42 U.S.C. 7522(a))  insert the

following: "No action with  respect to any device or element of design

referred to  in paragraph  (3) shall  be treated  as a  prohibited act

under that paragraph if (i) the action is for the purpose of repair or

replacement of the device or element, or is a necessary  and temporary

procedure  to repair  or  replace any  other  item and  the  device or

element  is replaced upon completion  of the procedure,  and (ii) such

action thereafter results in  the proper functioning of the  device or

element referred to  in paragraph (3). No  action with respect to  any

device or  element of design  referred to  in paragraph  (3) shall  be

treated as  a prohibited act under that paragraph if the action is for

the purpose  of a  conversion of a  motor vehicle  for use of  a clean

alternative  fuel (as  defined  in this  title)  and if  such  vehicle

complies with the applicable standard under section 202 when operating

on such fuel, and  if in the case of a clean  alternative fuel vehicle

(as defined by  rule by the  Administrator), the device or  element is

replaced upon completion of the  conversion procedure and such  action

results in proper  functioning of the device or element when the motor

vehicle operates on conventional fuel.".

   (c) Civil and  Administrative Penalties.-Section 205 of  the Clean

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