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To: Giedrius Ambrozaitis [gambrozaitis@autoalliance.org]; Alien Schaeffer (Diesel Tech 

Forum)" [aschaeffer@dieseiforum.org]; Aiyssa Werthman (Ford Motor Company)" 
[awertha@ford.com]; ndrew Kosiak [AKosiak@tuthiil.com]; Anita Rajan (Mitsubishi Motors R&D 
of America)" [anita.rajan@na.mitsubishi-motors.com]; Anna-Maria Schneider (Toyota Motor 
North America, Inc.)" [Anna_Schneider@tma.toyota.com]; tit Amin [atit.amin@exxonmobii.com]; 
Barbara Nocera (Mazda North American Operations)" [bnocera@mazdausa.com]; rendan Foster 
[brendan@benecor.net]; Moughlor [camoughior@ashiand.com]; asimer Andary 
[candary@autoailiance.org]; hris Nevers/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;"Christine Lambert (Ford Motor 
Company)" [clamber9@ford.com]; Christine Lambert (Ford Motor Company)" 
[clamber9@ford.com]; iifford Dean/DC/USEPA/US@EPA;D Wyeany [dwyeany@ashiand.com]; 
Wyeany [dwyeany@ashland.com]; Dale Kardos (Dale Kardos & Associates, LLC)" 
[daie.kardos@motorvehicleregs.com]; avid Kayes [davidkayes@freightline.com]; avid Shaw 
[dshaw@cieanemissionfluids.com]; ennis Smith [dennis.a.smith@ee.doe.gov]; Doug McGregor 
(BMW of North America, Inc.)" [doug.mcgregor@bmwna.com]; Ed Kulik (Ford Motor Company)" 
[ekulik@ford.com]; Edward Cohen (Honda North America, Inc.)" 
[Edward_Cohen@hna.honda.com]; Eric Schneider (Mercedes Benz)" 

[eric.a.schneider@mbusa.com]; Lockwood [feiockwoodashland@com.rtp.epa.gov]; rank Rutten 
[Frank.Rutten@shell.com]; Fred Science (General Motors Corporation)" [fred.sciance@gm.com]; 
Croce [GCroce@chevron.com]; reg Dana [GDANA@autoalliance.org]; reg McAfee 
[greg.mcafee@chsinc.com]; Gregory Scott (Kelley Drye Collier Shannon)" 
[GScott@KelieyDrye.com]; auke Braack [hauke.braack@exxonmobil.com]; Tepsa 
[itepsa@aol.com]; Ichiro Sakai (Honda)" [lchiro_Sakai@ahm.honda.com]; Barr 
[jbarr@ryder.com]; Fellman [jfellman@nacsoniine.com]; Suchecki Osuchecki@emamail.org]; 
ackie Bell Oackie.beii@paccar.com]; ackie Yeager Oackie.m.yeager@cummins.com]; amie Song 
Osong@meca.org]; ean Fellenberg Ofeilenberg@sbcglobal.net]; ean Johnson 
Ojohnson@autoailiance.org]; im Spooner Ospooner@colonial-chemical.com]; oerg Debus 
[Joerg.J.Debus@shell.com]; John Cabaniss (Association of International Automobile 
Manufacturers)" Ocabaniss@aiam.org]; John Eichberger (National Assoc of Conv Stores)" 
Oeichberger@nacsonline.com]; John Rugge (Subaru of America, Inc.)" Orugge@subaru.com]; 
Joseph Kaufman (ConocoPhiilips)" Ooseph.w.kaufman@conocophillips.com]; ulie Becker 
[JBECKER@autoaliiance.org]; Pnystrom [kpnystrom@agriliance.com]; arl 
Simon/DC/LISEPA/US@EPA;Karl Tasik [karl.tasik@voivo.com]; arl Tasik [karl.tasik@volvo.com]; 
en Howden [ken.howden@ee.doe.gov]; Kevin Kokrda (Engine Manufacturers Association)" 
[kkokrda@emamail.org]; Enrocco [ienrocco@hotmail.com]; ance Tunick [tunick@vsci.net]; arry 
Northup [larry.northup@aftermarket.org]; inc Wehrly/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;M Buczek 
[mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; Buczek [mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; arcel de 
Kort [marceldekort@greenchem-adblue.com]; ark Busch [mbusch@cleanemissionfluids.com]; 
Matthew Kevnick (Toyota Technical Center USA, Inc.)" [matthew.kevnick@tema.toyota.com]; 
ichaei Koss [michaei_koss@verizon.net]; Michael Potter (General Motors Corporation)" 
[michael.a.potter@gm.com]; Mike Zammit (DaimlerChrysler Corporation)" [mz10@dcx.com]; liver 
Baer [obaer@cieanemissionfluids.com]; wen Busch [owenbusch@earthlink.net]; atrick Kelly 
[keiiyp@api.org]; atrick Lammers [Patrick.Lammers@univareurope.com]; atrik Klintbom 
[patrik.kiintbom@voivo.com]; Rich Bell (Ford Motor Company)" [rbell1@ford.com]; Richard Baker 
(Ford Motor Company)" [rbaker8@ford.com]; Robert Babik (General Motors Corporation)" 
[robert.babik@gm.com]; obert Fasnacht [robert.fasnacht@volvo.com]; obert Hagenaars 
[roberthagenaars@greenchem-adblue.com]; obert Jorgensen 

[robert.a.jorgensen@cummins.com]; Robert M. Clarke" [robertmclarke@truckmfgs.org]; obert 
Rupert [robert.rupert@dot.gov]; ochelie Neal [rlneal@autoalliance.org]; osemary Perry 
[rosemary.perry@aftermarket.org]; oss Johnson [Ross.Johnson@yara.com]; yan Carroll 
[ryan.carroli@aftermarket.org]; Bowling [IMCEAEX- 


_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=SBowling@autoaliiance.org]; teve Berry 
[steve.berry@volvo.com]; teve Douglas [SDOUGLAS@autoalliance.org]; i Ex. 7 | 

(Volkswagen of America, lnc.)"i 'ExV 7 ^vw.com]; Columbus [tcoiumbus’@sfeptoe.com]; 


ayior Davis [davistayior@johndfeeTH^.curTrj 7 TeirKowalski (Toyota Technical Center USA, 


[teri.Kowalski@tema.toyota.com]; erry Goff [goff_terry_a@cat.com]; zei Memed 


[memed.uzei@volvo.com]; ic Meioche [vic.meloche@detroitdiesei.com]; Waiter Lewis (Porsche 


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Cars of North America, Inc.)" [wiewis@porschecars.com]; arren Kotacska [wkotacska@coloniai- 
chemicai.com]; arren Siodowske [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=WarrenSiodowske@autoaiiiance.org]; 
Wiiheim Hail (BMW of North America, Inc.)" [Wiiheim.Hall@bmwna.com]; uri Kaiish 
[yuri.kaiish@detroitdiesel.com]; afar Shaikh [fehaikh@ford.com]; heila James 
[sjames@autoailiance.org]; 'Luis Cervantes, Jr.'" [ldc@cervantes-delgado.com]; 'Thomas, 
Donald'" [DThomas@terraindustries.com]; 'Lonsdale, Barry'" [BLonsdaie@terraindustries.com]; 
John Lounsbury' Om.iounsbury@sympatico.ca]; 'Groeneveld, Michel'" 

[michei.groeneveid@dureai.com]; Dan Gilligan' [dgiiligan@pmaa.org]; 'KAYLC@kochind.com'" 
[KAYLC@kochind.com]; 'Simnick, James J'" [James.Simnick@bp.com]; 'Brodt-Giies, Debbie'" 
[Debbie_Brodt_Giies@nrel.gov]; 'Claassen, Matt"' [CLAASSEM@kochind.com]; 'Mark S. Morgan, 
Esq.'" [mmorganptsa@cox.net]; Christopher Pett' [Christopher.Pett@integer-research.com]; 
Johnson Joy' Ooy.johnson@volvo.com]; Rasto Brezny' [rbrezny@meca.org]; Brandon Wright' 
[bwright@pmaa.org]; 'robert.aman@skf.com'" [robert.aman@skf.com]; 
'shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com'" [shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com]; riedrich Krahn 
[friedrich.krahn@daimier.com]; 'thomas.troeger@rehau.com'" [thomas.troeger@rehau.com]; 
'manoj.tummala@gm.com'" [manoj.tummaia@gm.com]; lien Armstrong 
[Saies@industrialsolutionservices.net]; obert 
Peavyhouse/AA/USEPA/LIS@EPA;'"toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp'" 

[toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp]; 'toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp'" [toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp]; 
'kato@hino.com'" [kato@hino.com]; 'daniels@hino.com'" [daniels@hino.com]; 
'gevait2@comcast.net'" [gevalt2@comcast.net]; 'bachelderd@api.org'" [bachelderd@api.org]; 
'ferrickk@api.org'" [ferrickk@api.org]; 'gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com'" 
[gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com]; 'wschaefer@truckmfgs.org'" [wschaefer@truckmfgs.org]; 
'r.boeker@alumag.de'" [r.boeker@aiumag.de]; asmith714@yahoo.com" 

[asmith714@yahoo.com]; rsompel@cfindustries.com" [rsompel@cfindustries.com]; 
susan.leach@gm.com" [susan.leach@gm.com]; saverio.verduci@gm.com" 
[saverio.verduci@gm.com]; ichard Moskowitz [rmoskowitz@trucking.org]; 
erich@thebeckercompanies.com" [erich@thebeckercompanies.com]; Greg Shank (Mack 
Trucks)" [greg.shank@volvo.com]; Amy Lilly (American Honda Motor Company, Inc.)" 
[amyJilly@hna.honda.com]; jimcollura@nefi.com'' [jimcollura@nefi.com]; shane@nefi.com" 
[shane@nefi.com]; brent.calcut@detroitdiesel.com'' [brent.calcut@detroitdiesel.com]; 
halfano@natso.com" [halfano@natso.com]; Barry Feirice (Chrysler LLC)" [BIF@chrysler.com]; 
'dd28@chrysler.com'" [dd28@chrysler.com]; Larry Robertson (DaimlerChrysler Corporation)" 
[lar10@Chrysler.com]; 'rrm6@chrysler.com'" [rrm6@chrysler.com]; 'srm2@chrysler.com'" 
[srm2@chrysler.com]; hris Bostwick [cb41@chrysier.com]; 'klaus.land@daimler.com'" 
[kiaus.land@daimler.com]; 'rudoif.thom@daimler.com'" [rudolf.thom@daimler.com]; 
'simon.godwin@daimier.com'" [simon.godwin@daimier.com]; 'dbilby@cfindustries.com'" 
[dbiiby@cfindustries.com]; 'shawn.whitacre@cummins.com'" [shawn.whitacre@cummins.com]; 
Loren K. Beard" [LKB@Chrysler.com] 

From: Giedrius Ambrozaitis 

Sent: Tue 1/8/2008 3:36:16 PM 

Subject: SCR Stakeholder Group - Meetings tomorrow January 9 starting @ 10am at API in in 
DC 

SCR Stakeholder group email list - Jan 2008.xls 

DEF Starburst Quality Program Subcommittee & SCR Stakeholder Mtq agendas January 9 

2008.doc 

Minutes SCR Urea stakeholders workgroup - November 29 2007.doc 

ravmonda@api.orq 

qambrozaitis@autoalliance.ora 


Attached are the agendas for the meetings and the minutes from the previous meeting. 

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This is a reminder notice that the next SCR Stakeholder Group meeting and the next DEF "Starburst" Quality 
Subcommittee meeting will both be held on January 9 at the American Petroleum Institute offices (1220 L Street, 
NW Washington, DC 20005-4070), beginning at 10:00 AM EST. The call-in number will be 1-866-443-0059 with 
Non-Responsive meetings. A working lunch will be provided. 


The first meeting will be the DEF "Starburst" Quality Subcommittee and will start at 10:00 am EST. 

The second meeting will be the SCR Stakeholder Group and will start at 12:15 pm EST (right after lunch). 


For lunch headcount planning, please RSVP to Alicia Raymond of API (email: raymonda@api.org ) if you are 
planning to attend in person. 


The SCR Stakeholder Group (formerly called the Urea Stakeholder Group) is made up of industries, organizations 
and companies interested in urea for mobile source applications. 


Participants include: 

- Government (US Department of Energy, EPA) 

- Automotive and heavy-duty engine and truck manufacturer trade associations 

- Fuel retailer and truck stop trade associations 

- Qil companies 

- Urea distributors 


The main objectives of the SCR Stakeholder Group are: 

To exchange information with US government and other potential urea stakeholders on the potential market and 
need for urea availability. 

To consider effective education and outreach to consumers and commercial concerns about urea, its use and 
availability. 

To engage potential providers of urea availability to determine the conditions necessary for provision of retail 
availability before a profitable market exists. 


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If you have any questions concerning the SCR Stakeholder Group or the meeting, please call me at (248) 357-4796. 


Sincerely, 

Giedrius Ambrozaitis 

Manager of Mobile Sources 

Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers 

Tel. (248) 357-4796 

email: gambrozaitis@autoalliance.org 


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Agendas 

DEF "Starburst" Quality Program Subcommittee Meeting ( 10:00 am- 11:45 am) 

and 

SCR Stakeholder Group Meeting (12:00 pm - 2:00 pm) 

January 9, 2008 


Location (for both meetings): 

American Petroleum Institute 

1220 L Street, NW Washington, DC 20005-4070 


Conference call number (for both meetings): 


1-866-443-00591 


Non-Responsive 


Agendas 


DEF "Starburst" Quality Program Subcommittee Meeting (10:00 am-12:00 noon) 


1. Introduction/Roll Call 

Patrick Kelly/Kevin Ferrick 

5 min 

2. Subcommittee organization 

a. Objectives & deliverables 

b. Membership 

Patrick Kelly/Kevin Ferrick/AII 

30 min 

3. Presentation on DEF "Starburst" Quality 
program 

Kevin Ferrick 

60 min 

a. Discussion of program 

All 


4. Subcommittee Meeting Closure 

Recap Action Items/Assignments 

Schedule Next Meeting 

Patrick Kelly/Kevin Ferrick/AII 

10 min 


Lunch (12 noon - 12:15pm ) 


SCR Stakeholder Group Meeting (12:15 pm - 2:00 pm) 


1. Introduction/Roll Call 

Ambrozaitis 

5 min 

2. Review of previous meeting 

Kulik/AII 

5 min 

3. DHS CFATS Appendix A update 

Kulik/AII 

1 min 

4. Urea Retail Distribution Discussion 

a. Current Topics 

b. Milestones and targets 

c. Update on DEF "Starburst" subcommittee 
developments 

d. Latest Industry Developments 

i. Standards update 

Kulik/AII 

Patrick Kelly/Kevin Ferrick 

All 

George Evalt 

65 min 

5. Education and Outreach 

Education Tools 

Website( DOE Urea Locator) 

Website (Fact sheets) 

DOE/All 

45 min 

6. Meeting Closure 

Recap Action Items/Assignments 

New Business 

Schedule Next Meeting 

Kulik/AII 

5 min 


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Minutes of the SCR Stakeholders Group Open Meetin 2 

1220 L Street, NW Washington, DC 20005-4070 


Thursday, November 29, 2007, 12:15am-2:15pm 


Participants: 

* Ed Kulik - Ford 

* Doug McGregor - BMW 
Brandon Wright - PMAA 
Greg Croce - Chevron 

J oM. Rjlg&e. S.yh am 

* I Ex. 7 I VW 

I_j 

Michael Koss - Dureal 

Patrick Kelly - API 

Cliff Dean - EPA 

Chris Nevers - EPA 

David Shaw - Clean Emission Fluids 

Oliver Baer - Clean Emission Fluids 

Amy Lilly - Flonda 

Allen Armstrong - Industrial Solution 

Services 

Aneja Rakesh - Detroit Diesel 

Joy Johnson - Volvo/Mack 

Vic Meloche - Detroit Diesel 

Thomas Troeger - Rehau 

Jim Collura - New England Fuel Institute 

* Zafar Shaikh - Ford 

Jim Spooner - Colonial Chemical 


Brendan Foster - Benecor 

Rasto Brezny - MECA 

Shaun Carvey - Mitsui Mining & Smelting 

Alistair Wallace - Integer Research 

FindAdBlue.com 

Holly Alfano - NATSO 

Jackie Yeager - Cummins 

Barry Lonsdale - Terra Industries 

John Lounsbury - Terra Industries 

Donald Thomas - Terra Industries 

George Evalt - SAE/ISO 

Erich Becker - Terra Environmental 

Memed Uzel - Mack 

Shawn Whitaker - Cummins 

Mark Morgan - PMAA 

Greg Shank - Volvo Powertrain 

Kevin Ferrick - API 

Dennis Bachelder - API 

Matthias Kmse - Kmse KG 

Roberto Boeker - AluMag Automotive 

LLC 

John Cabaniss - AIAM 
Ellen Gleberman - AIAM 
* Giedrius Ambrozaitis - Alliance 


* Alliance Work Group members or staff. 


Action items 

Responsible 

Deadline 

Discuss with DOE requirements for the urea locator 
service 

Ed Kulik 

Next meeting 

Update and circulate urea locator website template. 

Ed Kulik 

Next meeting 


Minutes: 

1. Roll call was taken and the antitmst advisories were presented. 

2. The group approved the previous meeting minutes and actions items. 


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3. The group noted that the final Dept, of Homeland Security CFATS rule list did 
not include urea and so this is no longer an issue. 

4. Kevin Ferrick updated the group on the subcommittee's progress with the 
Starburst quality control program for DBF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid). The 
subcommittee reviewed the program and identified licensing types (producers, 
blenders, bulk distributors, branders) and licensee expectations from the program. 
Kevin noted the SCR Stakeholder Group should address the ongoing governance 
of the program, in conjunction with an API Task Force of producers and 
manufacturers. Zafar Shaikh agreed to investigate ownership of the quality 
symbol with USCAR. 

5. George Evalt updated the group on the status of standards. Draft ISO standard 
ISO 22241-3 Urea Infrastructure has gone to publication and is due to be 
published before the end of the 1st quarter. The ISO 22241-4 Refill Interface is in 
the process of balloting. The US issue with the mandatory magnet requirement 
has been addressed by adding a footnote indicating that manufacturers are 
"encouraged" to use it. ISO 22241-4 will only apply to Light Duty and not to 
Heavy Duty vehicles. 

6. Zafar Shaikh reported that the SAE symbol for urea ("sideways ice cream cone") 
has been approved and will be published soon. Japan has also chosen a different 
symbol than the international ISO symbol ("fuel pump with the word NOx"). 

Zafar also reported that USCAR has developed (for vehicles without a message 
center) a recommended chain of events warning chain for the first 2 stages of 
Inform/Wam/Compel. USCAR will develop the same warning chain for vehicles 
with a message center. Next steps are to get agreement from vehicles OEMs and 
EMA/TMA and then have SAE adopt the warning chains as SAE standards. 

7. The group discussed education and outreach. Ed Kulik reported that DOE is 
basing its urea locator website time planning on an anticipated rollout of vehicles 
starting in November 2008. DOE would then start demonstration work on the urea 
locator database in Febmary-March and target completion in the June-July 2008 
timeframe. Ed asked OEMs to verify that this timing will work for them. The 
group noted that more information on the filtering process that DOE uses in the 
existing Clean Cities database would be helpful in filtering urea locations. The 
group suggested that the DOE website should be linked to navigation providers 
(TomTom, Navtech, Garmin, Onstar, etc.). 

8. Mr. Mathias Kruse of the Kruse Company made a presentation to the group about 
the Kruse urea bottle-to-vehicle connector. 

9. Dr. Thomas Troeger of the Rehau Company made a presentation to the group 
about the company's product line of heaters for urea lines and tanks. 

10. The next meeting was of the SCR Stakeholder Group and the DEF "Starburst" 
Quality Program Subcommittee was scheduled for Wednesday January 9, 2008 in 
Washington DC. 


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Giedrius Ambrozaitis 


January 7, 2008 


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To: Giedrius Ambrozaitis [gambrozaitis@autoalliance.org]; Alien Schaeffer (Diesel Tech 

Forum)" [aschaeffer@dieseiforum.org]; Aiyssa Werthman (Ford Motor Company)" 
[awertha@ford.com]; ndrew Kosiak [AKosiak@tuthiil.com]; Anita Rajan (Mitsubishi Motors R&D 
of America)" [anita.rajan@na.mitsubishi-motors.com]; Anna-Maria Schneider (Toyota Motor 
North America, Inc.)" [Anna_Schneider@tma.toyota.com]; tit Amin [atit.amin@exxonmobii.com]; 
Barbara Nocera (Mazda North American Operations)" [bnocera@mazdausa.com]; rendan Foster 
[brendan@benecor.net]; Moughlor [camoughior@ashiand.com]; asimer Andary 
[candary@autoailiance.org]; hris Nevers/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;"Christine Lambert (Ford Motor 
Company)" [clamber9@ford.com]; Christine Lambert (Ford Motor Company)" 
[clamber9@ford.com]; iifford Dean/DC/USEPA/US@EPA;D Wyeany [dwyeany@ashiand.com]; 
Wyeany [dwyeany@ashland.com]; Dale Kardos (Dale Kardos & Associates, LLC)" 
[daie.kardos@motorvehicleregs.com]; avid Kayes [davidkayes@freightline.com]; avid Shaw 
[dshaw@cieanemissionfluids.com]; ennis Smith [dennis.a.smith@ee.doe.gov]; Doug McGregor 
(BMW of North America, Inc.)" [doug.mcgregor@bmwna.com]; Ed Kulik (Ford Motor Company)" 
[ekulik@ford.com]; Edward Cohen (Honda North America, Inc.)" 
[Edward_Cohen@hna.honda.com]; Eric Schneider (Mercedes Benz)" 

[eric.a.schneider@mbusa.com]; Lockwood [feiockwoodashland@com.rtp.epa.gov]; rank Rutten 
[Frank.Rutten@shell.com]; Fred Science (General Motors Corporation)" [fred.sciance@gm.com]; 
Croce [GCroce@chevron.com]; reg Dana [GDANA@autoalliance.org]; reg McAfee 
[greg.mcafee@chsinc.com]; Gregory Scott (Kelley Drye Collier Shannon)" 
[GScott@KelieyDrye.com]; auke Braack [hauke.braack@exxonmobil.com]; Tepsa 
[itepsa@aol.com]; Ichiro Sakai (Honda)" [lchiro_Sakai@ahm.honda.com]; Barr 
[jbarr@ryder.com]; Fellman [jfellman@nacsoniine.com]; Suchecki Osuchecki@emamail.org]; 
ackie Bell Oackie.beii@paccar.com]; ackie Yeager Oackie.m.yeager@cummins.com]; amie Song 
Osong@meca.org]; ean Fellenberg Ofeilenberg@sbcglobal.net]; ean Johnson 
Ojohnson@autoailiance.org]; im Spooner Ospooner@colonial-chemical.com]; oerg Debus 
[Joerg.J.Debus@shell.com]; John Cabaniss (Association of International Automobile 
Manufacturers)" Ocabaniss@aiam.org]; John Eichberger (National Assoc of Conv Stores)" 
Oeichberger@nacsonline.com]; John Rugge (Subaru of America, Inc.)" Orugge@subaru.com]; 
Joseph Kaufman (ConocoPhiilips)" Ooseph.w.kaufman@conocophillips.com]; ulie Becker 
[JBECKER@autoaliiance.org]; Pnystrom [kpnystrom@agriliance.com]; arl 
Simon/DC/LISEPA/US@EPA;Karl Tasik [karl.tasik@voivo.com]; arl Tasik [karl.tasik@volvo.com]; 
en Howden [ken.howden@ee.doe.gov]; Kevin Kokrda (Engine Manufacturers Association)" 
[kkokrda@emamail.org]; Enrocco [ienrocco@hotmail.com]; ance Tunick [tunick@vsci.net]; arry 
Northup [larry.northup@aftermarket.org]; inc Wehrly/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;M Buczek 
[mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; Buczek [mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; arcel de 
Kort [marceldekort@greenchem-adblue.com]; ark Busch [mbusch@cleanemissionfluids.com]; 
Matthew Kevnick (Toyota Technical Center USA, Inc.)" [matthew.kevnick@tema.toyota.com]; 
ichaei Koss [michaei_koss@verizon.net]; Michael Potter (General Motors Corporation)" 
[michael.a.potter@gm.com]; Mike Zammit (DaimlerChrysler Corporation)" [mz10@dcx.com]; liver 
Baer [obaer@cieanemissionfluids.com]; wen Busch [owenbusch@earthlink.net]; atrick Kelly 
[keiiyp@api.org]; atrick Lammers [Patrick.Lammers@univareurope.com]; atrik Klintbom 
[patrik.kiintbom@voivo.com]; Rich Bell (Ford Motor Company)" [rbell1@ford.com]; Richard Baker 
(Ford Motor Company)" [rbaker8@ford.com]; Robert Babik (General Motors Corporation)" 
[robert.babik@gm.com]; obert Fasnacht [robert.fasnacht@volvo.com]; obert Hagenaars 
[roberthagenaars@greenchem-adblue.com]; obert Jorgensen 

[robert.a.jorgensen@cummins.com]; Robert M. Clarke" [robertmclarke@truckmfgs.org]; obert 
Rupert [robert.rupert@dot.gov]; ochelie Neal [rlneal@autoalliance.org]; osemary Perry 
[rosemary.perry@aftermarket.org]; oss Johnson [Ross.Johnson@yara.com]; yan Carroll 
[ryan.carroli@aftermarket.org]; Bowling [IMCEAEX- 


_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=SBowling@autoaliiance.org]; teye Berry 

[steve.berry@volvo.com]; teve Douglas [SDOUGLAS@autoalliance.org]; j_l.x-I_I 

(Volkswagen of America, Inc.)" [ Ex! 7 '@vw.com]; Columbus [tcoiumbus@steptoe.com]; 


ayior Davis [davistayior@johnd4'ere.'C0mf;'Te'n'Kowalski (Toyota Technical Center USA, Inc.)" 


[teri.Kowalski@tema.toyota.com]; erry Goff [goff_terry_a@cat.com]; zei Memed 


[memed.uzei@volvo.com]; ic Meioche [vic.meloche@detroitdiesei.com]; Waiter Lewis (Porsche 


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Cars of North America, Inc.)" [wiewis@porschecars.com]; arren Kotacska [wkotacska@coloniai- 
chemicai.com]; arren Siodowske [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=WarrenSiodowske@autoaiiiance.org]; 
Wiiheim Hail (BMW of North America, Inc.)" [Wilheim.Hall@bmwna.com]; uri Kaiish 
[yuri.kaiish@detroitdiesel.com]; afar Shaikh [fehaikh@ford.com]; heiia James 
[sjames@autoailiance.org]; 'Luis Cervantes, Jr.'" [ldc@cervantes-deigado.com]; 'Thomas, 
Donald'" [DThomas@terraindustries.com]; 'Lonsdale, Barry'" [BLonsdale@terraindustries.com]; 
John Lounsbury' Om.iounsbury@sympatico.ca]; 'Groeneveld, Michel'" 

[michei.groeneveid@dureai.com]; Dan Gilligan' [dgilligan@pmaa.org]; 'KAYLC@kochind.com'" 
[KAYLC@kochind.com]; 'Simnick, James J'" [James.Simnick@bp.com]; 'Brodt-Giies, Debbie'" 
[Debbie_Brodt_Giies@nrel.gov]; 'Claassen, Matt"' [CLAASSEM@kochind.com]; 'Mark S. Morgan, 
Esq.'" [mmorganptsa@cox.net]; Christopher Pett' [Christopher.Pett@integer-research.com]; 
Johnson Joy' Ooy.johnson@volvo.com]; Rasto Brezny' [rbrezny@meca.org]; Brandon Wright' 
[bwright@pmaa.org]; 'robert.aman@skf.com"' [robert.aman@skf.com]; 
'shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com'" [shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com]; riedrich Krahn 
[friedrich.krahn@daimier.com]; 'thomas.troeger@rehau.com'" [thomas.troeger@rehau.com]; 
'manoj.tummala@gm.com'" [manoj.tummala@gm.com]; lien Armstrong 
[Saies@industrialsolutionservices.net]; obert 
Peavyhouse/AA/USEPA/LIS@EPA;'"toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp'" 

[toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp]; 'toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp'" [toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp]; 
'kato@hino.com'" [kato@hino.com]; 'daniefe@hino.com'" [daniels@hino.com]; 
'gevait2@comcast.net'" [gevalt2@comcast.net]; 'bachelderd@api.org'" [bachelderd@api.org]; 
'ferrickk@api.org'" [ferrickk@api.org]; 'gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com'" 
[gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com]; 'wschaefer@truckmfgs.org'" [wschaefer@truckmfgs.org]; 
'r.boeker@alumag.de'" [r.boeker@alumag.de]; asmith714@yahoo.com" 

[asmith714@yahoo.com]; rsompel@cfindustries.com'' [rsompel@cfindustries.com]; 
susan.leach@gm.com" [susan.leach@gm.com]; saverio.verduci@gm.com" 
[saverio.verduci@gm.com]; ichard Moskowitz [rmoskowitz@trucking.org]; 
erich@thebeckercompanies.com" [erich@thebeckercompanies.com]; Greg Shank (Mack 
Trucks)" [greg.shank@voivo.com]; Amy Lilly (American Honda Motor Company, Inc.)" 
[amyJilly@hna.honda.com]; jimcollura@nefi.com" Oiincollura@nefi.com]; shane@nefi.com" 
[shane@nefi.com]; brent.calcut@detroitdiesel.com'' [brent.calcut@detroitdiesel.com]; 
halfano@natso.com" [halfano@natso.com]; Barry Felrice (Chrysler LLC)" [BIF@chrysler.com]; 
'dd28@chrysler.com'" [dd28@chrysler.com]; Larry Robertson (DaimlerChrysler Corporation)" 
[lar10@Chrysler.com]; 'rrm6@chrysler.com'" [rrm6@chrysler.com]; 'srm2@chrysler.com'" 
[srm2@chrysler.com]; hris Bostwick [cb41@chrysler.com]; 'klaus.land@daimler.com'" 
[kiaus.iand@daimler.com]; 'rudolf.thom@daimler.com'" [rudolf.thom@daimler.com]; 
'simon.godwin@daimier.com'" [simon.godwin@daimler.com]; 'dbilby@cfindustries.com'" 
[dbiiby@cfindustries.com]; 'shawn.whitacre@cummins.com'" [shawn.whitacre@cummins.com]; 
Loren K. Beard" [LKB@Chrysler.com]; 'mansour.masoudi@us.bosch.com'" 
[mansour.masoudi@us.bosch.com] 

From: Giedrius Ambrozaitis 

Sent: Tue 1/8/2008 9:24:12 PM 

Subject: SCR Stakeholder Group - Material for tomorrow's SCR Stakeholder Group meeting 
REV3B Initial Planning Document DOE(NREL) Diesel Exhaust Fluid Locator Service.doc 
ravmonda@api.orq 
qambrozaitis@.autoalliance.ora 


Also attached is a DOE website planning document for discussion at tomorrow's SCR Stakeholder Group 
meeting. 


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Attached are the agendas for the meetings and the minutes from the previous meeting. 


This is a reminder notice that the next SCR Stakeholder Group meeting and the next DEF "Starburst" Quality 
Subcommittee meeting will both be held on January 9 at the American Petroleum Institute offices (1220 L Street, 
NW Washington, DC 20005-4070), beginning at 10:00 AM EST. The call-in number will be 1-866-443-0059 with 
Non-ResiDonsive 1 ^°'’ both meetings. A working lunch will be provided. 

The first meeting will be the DEF "Starburst" Quality Subcommittee and will start at 10:00 am EST. 

The second meeting will be the SCR Stakeholder Group and will start at 12:15 pm EST (right after lunch). 


For lunch headcount planning, please RSVP to Alicia Raymond of API (email: raymonda(S)api.org ) if you are 
planning to attend in person. 


The SCR Stakeholder Group (formerly called the Urea Stakeholder Group) is made up of industries, organizations 
and companies interested in urea for mobile source applications. 


Participants include: 

- Government (US Department of Energy, EPA) 

- Automotive and heavy-duty engine and truck manufacturer trade associations 

- Fuel retailer and truck stop trade associations 

- Qil companies 

- Urea distributors 


The main objectives of the SCR Stakeholder Group are: 

To exchange information with US government and other potential urea stakeholders on the potential market and 
need for urea availability. 

To consider effective education and outreach to consumers and commercial concerns about urea, its use and 
availability. 


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To engage potential providers of urea availability to determine the conditions necessary for provision of retail 
availability before a profitable market exists. 


If you have any questions concerning the SCR Stakeholder Group or the meeting, please call me at (248) 357-4796. 
Sincerely, 

Giedrius Ambrozaitis 

Manager of Mobile Sources 

Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers 

Tel. (248) 357-4796 

email: gambrozaitis@autoalliance.org 


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DRAFT 

Scope of Work and Deliverables for NREL(DOE) Development 
To support Diesel SCR/Diesel Exhaust Fluid Locator Service 


Background and Purpose: 

In order to meet eurrent and future United States vehicle emissions requirements, some diesel vehieles eertified for 
use in the US will be implementing a new emissions control technology requiring periodic refilling of a new 
automotive fluid. These types of vehicles are typically referred to as diesel SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) 
vehicles. We expect diesel SCR technology to available on light, medium, and heavy-duty vehicle applications. 

This new automotive fluid reduces nitrogen oxide emissions from diesel vehicles which are regulated by the US 
EPA and the California Air Resources Board. Diesel Exhaust Fluid will be stored on vehicles, very much like 
windshield solvent, and require replenishment at various mileage intervals depending on vehicle type and use. 
Light-duty applications will likely target services coupled with oil change intervals. Medium and heavy-duty 
applications may require more or less frequent refill intervals. 

Vehicle manufacturers intend to establish supplies of this fluid through a wide variety of retail businesses within the 
United States. Several trade organizations, including the Alliance of Automobile Manufachirers, the Engine 
Manufacturers Association, and the Truck Manufacturers Association are requesting support from the Department 
of Energy, and more specifically the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, to develop and implement a diesel 
exhaust fluid locator service. 

The primary purpose of the service would be to provide and maintain locations of retail diesel exhaust fluid 
supplies in time to support the introduction of diesel SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) vehicles, which are 
expected to enter the US market as soon as the 2009 Model Year. A secondary purpose would be to provide a wide 
variety of consumer awareness information. This infoniiation is expected to include fact sheets related to the use of 
Diesel Exhaust Fluid as well as links to company and trade organization information of those actively contributing 
to the website content. 

Scope of Work & Key Deliverables: 

1. NREL staff would coordinate with stakeholders and lead the development of a national locator service for 
use by US consumers of Diesel Exhaust Fluid. Primary customers of the service will be private vehicle 
owners as well as fleet owners who operate light-duty, medium-duty or heavy-duty diesel SCR vehicles. 

2. Evaluate multiple Commimication chaiuiels for delivery of a national locator service to communicate 
information to target audience such as tlirough land-line website, mobile internet, SMS/text messaging, 
cellular and other communications teclmologics currently accessible to consumers. 

3. Ability of a locator service to interface with OEM vehicle connnunication and navigation technologies will 
also be evaluated. 

4. Ability of locator service to take in feedback (helpful for addressing consmner concerns and making 
improvements) 

5. The locator service would include information including but not limited to the following diesel exhaust 
fluid retail supply locations: 

a. OEM dealerships 

b. "Back-up Service" 

c. Truck Stops 

d. Diesel Fueling Stations 

e. Centralized diesel fueling locations 
f Oil Change Service Stations 

g. Automotive Part Distributors (retail) 

h. Major Retail Outlets with Automotive Parts Supplies 

6. The locator service would include a method for controlling and maintaining the quality of the data, such 
that locations are up to date and reliable for customers. 

a. Options for controlling data, which require farther discussion and resolution: 

i. OEMS supply and update controlled data to NREL 

Originator: Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers 
Contacts: Ed Kulik/Giedrius Ambrozitius 
Document Creation: September 14, 2007 
Last Update: January 2, 2008 


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DRAFT 

Scope of Work and Deliverables for NREL(DOE) Development 
To support Diesel SCR/Diesel Exhaust Fluid Locator Service 


ii. NREL develops and maintains a service to verify and update data. 

iii. A 3rd party is contracted by either NREL or OEMs to provide and maintain data 
quality 

b. Question regarding data quality: 

i. How often is updating needed (recommendation is for monthly updates, at least in the 
short-term. 

7. Critical database information for each location would include: 

a. Address 

b. Days of operation 

c. Hours of operation 

d. Phone number(s) 

e. Type of diesel exhaust fluid dispensing capability (bottle v. pump, type of bottles) 
f Type of serviee provided: do it for me (DEM), or do it yourself (DIY) 

g. General deseription for type of vehicles serviced (Heavy Track, passenger car/track, fleet) 

h. Range of refill eapacity needed for a given application 

i. Participation in a quality control program (e.g., like the API starburst program) 

j. Methods of payment available (credit/debit cards) 

k. Security System - is access card needed? (e.g., centrally fueled locations) 

8. Included in the service would be links to OEM website information, to help provide additional detail to 
eonsumers. 

9. Edueation and awareness features would be included within the service. The primary intent is to help a 
variety of consumers understand the need and use of diesel exhaust fluid for their particular vehicle. 

a. Fact sheets could be incorporated with infomiation such as: 

i. why we need diesel exhaust fluid and what are the environmental benefits, 

ii. the price range of the fluid (may need to be a placeholder until we get closer to launch), 

iii. typical refill methods, 

iv. specification(s) of the fluid, 

V. handling and disposal of the fluid. 

b. FAQ section could include "what if scenarios: 

i. What happens if I ran out of DEF? 

ii. What happens if "poor fluid quality" is sensed ?(vehicle consequences) 

iii. Will DEF freeze and how is this handled? 

iv. Are there concerns with using the fluid in hot weather? 

c. A communication and role out plan needs to be developed: 

i. Coordination of DOE, OEMs and other stakeholders to help optimize the launch and 
messaging 

1. Suggest industry and govenunent communications teams to develop plan jointly 

10. Participation Placeholder: Companies and organizations would likely want to post a participation logo and 
potentially additional contact information. 

Milestones «& Timing: 

1. Draft Initial Planning Document: Initiated September 19, 2007 

2. Final draft Planning Document distributed for approval by participating companies and organizations: no 
later than November 30th, 2007. 

3. Final Planning Document Approved: January 31, 2008. 

4. Website Development work: 

a. Structural work of the website (February though end of March) - standing meetings needed. 

b. Request for database information sent to affected parties: by February 15,2008 

5. Locator database information provided to NREL development team: by March 31, 2008 

6. NREL interim review of database development progress with key stakeholders: ~ mid April, 2008 

Originator: Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers 
Contacts: Ed Kulik/Giedrius Ambrozitius 
Document Creation: September 14, 2007 
Last Update: January 2, 2008 


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DRAFT 

Scope of Work and Deliverables for NREL(DOE) Development 
To support Diesel SCR/Diesel Exhaust Fluid Locator Service 


7. Alpha pilot of locator service: End of AprU 

8 . Implementation of loeator Service: Beginning of July 08 

a. Communication of sendee prior to launch & coordination with stakeholders (TBD). 


General Roles and Responsibilities : 

Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers: solicit and facilitate input from member companies, to help develop and 
maintain retail diesel exhaust fluid location information, from a light-duty diesel perspective. 

National Renewable Energy Lab: Develop and implement diesel exhaust fluid locator website and establish controls 
to maintain quality of information contained in the service. 

Engine Manufacturers Association: Placeholder for future input and participation from a heavy duty perspective 

Tmck Manufacturers Association: Placeholder for future input and participation from a heavy duty perspective 

Association of International Automobile Manufacturers : Placeholder for future input and participation from a light- 
duty perspective 

Diesel Technology Forum - Provide general infomration on diesel engines, fuels, emissions teclmology and vehicles 


Originator: Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers 
Contacts: Ed Kulik/Giedrius Ambrozitius 
Document Creation: September 14,2007 
Last Update: January 2, 2008 


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To: "Giedrius Ambrozaitis" [gambrozaitis@autoaliiance.org]; Alien Schaeffer (Diesel Tech 

Forum)" [aschaeffer@dieseiforum.org]; Alyssa Werthman (Ford Motor Company)" 
[awertha@ford.com]; Andrew Kosiak" [AKosiak@tuthill.com]; Anita Rajan (Mitsubishi Motors R&D 
of America)" [anita.rajan@na.mitsubishi-motors.com]; Anna-Maria Schneider (Toyota Motor North 
America, Inc.)" [Anna_Schneider@tma.toyota.com]; Atit Amin" [atit.amin@exxonmobil.com]; 
Barbara Nocera (Mazda North American Operations)" [bnocera@mazdausa.com]; Brendan 
Foster" [brendan@benecor.net]; C Moughlor'' [camoughlor@ashland.com]; Casimer Andary" 
[candary@autoaliiance.org]; hris Nevers/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;"Christine Lambert (Ford Motor 
Company)" [ciamber9@ford.com]; Christine Lambert (Ford Motor Company)" 
[ciamber9@ford.com]; lifford Dean/DC/USEPA/US@EPA;"D Wyeany" [dwyeany@ashiand.com]; 
D Wyeany" [dwyeany@ashland.com]; Dale Kardos (Dale Kardos & Associates, LLC)" 
[daie.kardos@motorvehicieregs.com]; David Kayes" [davidkayes@freightline.com]; David Shaw" 
[dshaw@cieanemissionfluids.com]; Dennis Smith" [dennis.a.smith@ee.doe.gov]; Doug McGregor 
(BMW of North America, Inc.)" [doug.mcgregor@bmwna.com]; Ed Kulik (Ford Motor Company)" 
[ekulik@ford.com]; Edward Cohen (Honda North America, Inc.)" 
[Edward_Cohen@hna.honda.com]; Eric Schneider (Mercedes Benz)" 
[eric.a.schneider@mbusa.com]; F Lockwood" [felockwoodashland@com.rtp.epa.gov]; Frank 
Rutten" [Frank.Rutten@sheil.com]; Fred Science (General Motors Corporation)" 
[fred.sciance@gm.com]; G Croce" [GCroce@chevron.com]; Greg Dana" 
[GDANA@autoaliiance.org]; Greg McAfee" [greg.mcafee@chsinc.com]; Gregory Scott (Keiiey 
Drye Collier Shannon)" [GScott@KelleyDrye.com]; Hauke Braack" 
[hauke.braack@exxonmobil.com]; I Tepsa" [itepsa@aol.com]; Ichiro Sakai (Honda)" 
[lchiro_Sakai@ahm.honda.com]; J Barr" [jbarr@ryder.com]; J Fellman" 
[jfeliman@nacsonline.com]; J Suchecki" [jsuchecki@emamail.org]; Jackie Bell" 
[jackie.beli@paccar.com]; Jackie Yeager" [jackie.m.yeager@cummins.com]; Jamie Song" 
[jsong@meca.org]; Jean Fellenberg" [jfeiienberg@sbcglobal.net]; Jean Johnson" 
[jjohnson@autoaliiance.org]; Jim Spooner" [jspooner@colonial-chemical.com]; Joerg Debus" 
[Joerg.J.Debus@sheil.com]; John Cabaniss (Association of International Automobile 
Manufacturers)" Ocabaniss@aiam.org]; John Eichberger (National Assoc of Conv Stores)" 
Oeichberger@nacsonline.com]; John Rugge (Subaru of America, Inc.)" Orugge@subaru.com]; 
Joseph Kaufman (ConocoPhiilips)" Ooseph.w.kaufman@conocophillips.com]; Julie Becker" 
[JBECKER@autoaliiance.org]; K Pnystrom" [kpnystrom@agriliance.com]; arl 
Simon/DC/USEPA/US@EPA;"Karl Tasik" [karl.tasik@volvo.com]; Karl Tasik" 
[kari.tasik@voivo.com]; Ken Howden" [ken.howden@ee.doe.gov]; Kevin Kokrda (Engine 
Manufacturers Association)" [kkokrda@emamaii.org]; L Enrocco" [lenrocco@hotmail.com]; Lance 
Tunick" [tunick@vsci.net]; Larry Northup" [larry.northup@aftermarket.org]; inc 
Wehriy/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;"M Buczek" [mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; M Buczek" 
[mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; Marcel de Kort" [marceldekort@greenchem-adblue.com]; 
Mark Busch" [mbusch@cleanemissionfluids.com]; Matthew Kevnick (Toyota Technical Center 
USA, Inc.)" [matthew.kevnick@tema.toyota.com]; Michael Koss" [michael_koss@verizon.net]; 
Michael Potter (General Motors Corporation)" [michaei.a.potter@gm.com]; Mike Zammit 
(DaimlerChrysler Corporation)" [mz10@dcx.com]; Oliver Baer" [obaer@cleanemissionfluids.com]; 
Owen Busch" [owenbusch@earthlink.net]; Patrick Lammers" 

[Patrick.Lammers@univareurope.com]; Patrik Klintbom" [patrik.klintbom@volvo.com]; Rich Beil 
(Ford Motor Company)" [rbell1@ford.com]; Richard Baker (Ford Motor Company)" 
[rbaker8@ford.com]; Robert Babik (General Motors Corporation)" [robert.babik@gm.com]; Robert 
Fasnacht" [robert.fasnacht@voivo.com]; Robert Hagenaars" [roberthagenaars@greenchem- 
adbiue.com]; Robert Jorgensen" [robert.a.jorgensen@cummins.com]; Robert M. Clarke" 
[robertmclarke@truckmfgs.org]; Robert Rupert" [robert.rupert@dot.gov]; Rochelle Neal" 
[rineai@autoaiiiance.org]; Rosemary Perry" [rosemary.perry@aftermarket.org]; Ross Johnson" 
[Ross.Johnson@yara.com]; Ryan Carroll" [ryan.carroll@aftermarket.org]; S Bowling" [IMCEAEX- 
_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=SBowling@autoaiiiance.org]; Steve 


Berry" [steve.berry@voivo.com]; Steve Douglas" [SDOUGLAS@autoaiiiance.org]; f Ex.'z" 
(Volkswagen of America, Inc.)" I Ex. 7 ^vw.com]; T Columbus" 
[tcoiumbus@steptoe.com]; Taylor Davis" tclavistaylor@johndeere.com]; Teri Kowalski (Toyota 


Technical Center USA, Inc.)" [teri.Kowalski@tema.toyota.com]; Terry Goff 


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[goff_terry_a@cat.com]; Uzel Memed" [memed.uzel@volvo.com]; Vic Meioche" 
[vic.meloche@detroitdiesei.com]; Waiter Lewis (Porsche Cars of North America, inc.)" 
[wiewis@porschecars.com]; Warren Kotacska" [wkotacska@coioniai-chemicai.com]; Warren 
Siodowske" [iMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLiANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=WarrenSiodowske@autoaiiiance.org]; 
Wiiheim Haii (BMW of North America, inc.)" [Wilhelm.Haii@bmwna.com]; Yuri Kaiish" 
[yuri.kaiish@detroitdiesei.com]; Zafar Shaikh" [fshaikh@ford.com]; Sheiia James" 
[sjames@autoaiiiance.org]; Luis Cervantes, Jr." [ldc@cervantes-deigado.com]; Thomas, Donaid" 
[DThomas@terraindustries.com]; Lonsdaie, Barry" [BLonsdaie@terraindustries.com]; John 
Lounsbury" Oin.iounsbury@sympatico.ca]; Groeneveld, Michei" [michei.groeneveid@dureai.com]; 
Dan Giiiigan" [dgiiiigan@pmaa.org]; KAYLC@kochind.com>;"Simnick, James J" 
[James.Simnick@bp.com]; Simnick, James J" [James.Simnick@bp.com]; Brodt-Giies, Debbie" 
[Debbie_Brodt_Giies@nrei.gov]; Ciaassen, Matt" [CLAASSEM@kochind.com]; Mark S. Morgan, 
Esq." [mmorganptsa@cox.net]; Christopher Pett" [Christopher.Pett@integer-research.com]; 
Johnson Joy" Ooy.johnson@voivo.com]; Rasto Brezny" [rbrezny@meca.org]; Brandon Wright" 
[bwright@pmaa.org]; robert.aman@skf.com>;[shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com]; 
shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com>;"Friedrich Krahn" [friedrich.krahn@daimier.com]; Friedrich 
Krahn" [friedrich.krahn@daimier.com]; thomas.troeger@rehau.com>;[manoj.tummaia@gm.com]; 
manoj.tummaia@gm.com>;"Aiien Armstrong" [Saies@industriaisoiutionservices.net]; Aiien 
Armstrong" [Saies@industriaisoiutionservices.net]; obert 
Peavyhouse/AA/LISEPA/LIS@EPA;[toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp]; 
toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp>;[kato@hino.com]; kato@hino.com>;[danieis@hino.com]; 
danieis@hino.com>;[gevait2@comcast.net]; gevait2@comcast.net>;"Dennis Bacheider" 
[bacheiderd@api.org]; Dennis Bacheider" [bachelderd@api.org]; 
ferrickk@api.org>;[gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com]; 
gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com>;[wschaefer@truckmfgs.org]; 
wschaefer@truckmfgs.org>;[r.boeker@aiumag.de]; 
r.boeker@aiumag.de>;[asmith714@yahoo.com]: 
asmith714@yahoo.com>;[rsompei@cfindustries.com]; 
rsompei@cfindustries.com>;[susan.ieach@gm.com]; 

susan.ieach@gm.com>;[saverio.verduci@gm.com]; saverio.verduci@gm.com>;"Richard 
Moskowitz" [rmoskowitz@trucking.org]; Richard Moskowitz" [rmoskowitz@trucking.org]; 
erich@thebeckercompanies.com>;"Greg Shank (Mack Trucks)" [greg.shank@voivo.com]; Greg 
Shank (Mack Trucks)" [greg.shank@voivo.com]; Amy Liiiy (American Honda Motor Company, 
inc.)" [amy_iiiiy@hna.honda.com]; jimcoiiura@nefi.com>;[shane@nefi.com]; 
shane@nefi.com>;[brent.caicut@detroitdiesei.com]; 

brent.caicut@detroitdiesei.com>;[haifano@natso.com]; haifano@natso.com>;"Barry Feirice 
(Chrysier LLC)" [BiF@chrysier.com]; Barry Feirice (Chrysler LLC)" [BIF@chrysler.com]; 
dd28@chrysler.com>;"Larry Robertson (DaimlerChrysler Corporation)" [lar10@Chrysler.com]; 
Larry Robertson (DaimlerChrysler Corporation)" [lar10@Chrysler.com]; 
rrm6@chrysier.com>;[srm2@chrysier.com]; srm2@chrysler.com>;"Chris Bostwick" 
[cb41@chrysler.com]; Chris Bostwick" [cb41@chrysler.com]; 
kiaus.iand@daimler.com>;[rudolf thom@daimler.com]; 
rudoifthom@daimier.com>;[simon.godwin@daimler.com]; 

Simon.godwin@daimler.com>;[dbiiby@cfindustries.com]; 
dbiiby@cfindustries.com>;[shawn.whitacre@cummins.com]; 

shawn.whitacre@cummins.com>;"Loren K. Beard" [LKB@Chrysler.com]; Loren K. Beard" 
[LKB@Chrysier.com]; mansour.masoudi@us.bosch.com>[] 

From: "Patrick Keiiy" 

Sent: Wed 1/9/2008 3:06:01 PM 

Subject: RE: SCR Stakeholder Group - Today's Presentation 

DEFplanrev2.ppt 


The presentation is attached for those on the phone. 


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Diesel Exhaust Fluid Certification 
Program 

SCR Stakeholder Group 
January 9, 2008 


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Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) 

Certification Program 

Primary goal: To ensure that diesel exhaust fluids meeting industry- 
established requirements are readily available 

• Voluntary program that certifies and monitors diesel exhaust fluid 
performance 

• Licenses use of DEF mark on diesel exhaust fluid that meets ISO 
22241 standard 

• Certification from manufacturer to point-of-sale 

• Established through agreement between API and USCAR? 


1220 L Street, NW • Washington, DC 20005-4070 • www.api.org 2 

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API’S Role 


• Certify against industry-recognized standards 

• Authorize licensed companies to use registered mark on 
packaging and in conjunction with bulk sales 

• Provide Directory of Licensees on-line in real-time 

• Sample and test licensed products purchased in marketplace 
or gathered from licensed manufacturers 

• Take enforcement actions against marketers and 
manufacturers not meeting certification requirements or 
misusing DEF mark 


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Benefits of Certification 


• Helps to ensure availability of diesel exhaust fluid meeting 
industry-recognized standards 

• Identifies which products meet diesel engine manufacturer 
requirements and helps consumers find products meeting 
those requirements 

• Gives consumers a choice of quality products from which to 
choose 

• Helps reduce NOx emissions 

• Provides rigorous monitoring of products in marketplace 

• Takes enforcement action against companies not meeting 
diesel engine manufacturer requirements 


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Performance Requirements and Program 
Documentation 

• ISO 22241 Parts 1,2 and 3 

• API licensing guide [explanation of program, rules on use of 
mark, reference to ISO 22241, explanation of monitoring and 
enforcement, rules beyond those in ISO 22241 (if needed)] 

• API license application (ideally, on-line application process 
plus license agreement) 

• Promotional literature 

• On-line Directory of Licensees 


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Certification Types 

• Producer—produces DEF meeting ISO 22241 

• Blender—blends DEF meeting ISO 22241 

• Bulk distributor—distributes DEF to packagers, 
installers, and branders 

• Packager—packages DEF meeting ISO 22241 and 
sells to installers 

• Brander—sells DEF meeting ISO 22241 under 
unique brand name to installers 


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Certification Types continued 

Should there be additional requirements above ISO 

22241? 

• ISO 9001 certification for producers, blenders, and 
bulk distributors 

• Commitment from all licensees to distinguish 
certified DEF from other urea products 

• Method for clearly drawing distinction between 
certified DEF and uncertified 


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Product Data and Information 


Examples of information required for licensing 

• Product name and batch numbering scheme for bulk products 

• Product name and container identification numbering scheme 
(traceability code) for packaged products (including IBCs and 
drums) 

- Batch number and/or container IDs must be legible 

- Both must enable traceability from point of manufacture to 
installation 


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New York Oil Co. 


John Smith 


PART D—PRODUCT TRACEABILITY CODE (Example) 


_ rn _ 

Name of Company License no. 

_ November 3. 1992 

Name of Preparer Date 


212 726-5000 _ 212 726-5001 _ 

Telephone FAX 

(if outside United States and Canada, include country and city code.) 

1. Brand Name _ New York Supreme _ 

2. Viscosity Grade _ 10W-30 _ 

3. Product Traceability Code 

Insert here and down the vertical column below the alphanumeric characters that comprise your product 
traceability code. The code must include your formulation identifiers. 



On the blank lines below, identify the meaning of the alphanumeric characters used in your product 
traceability code. Use the reverse side if additional space is needed. 

Characters 

From Above Interpretation 


□ 


j Plant Location 

□ 


1 Proprietary; not necessary for formulation identification 

D 

□ 


j Specific formulation 

1 Not relevant to this matter 

0 


1 Proprietary; not necessary for formulation identification 

□ 


1 This line & next two indicate the day ofthe year the product was manufactured 

0 


j See above 

0 


1 See above s 

□ 


1 Time of manufacture: 1 = a.m.; 2 = p.m.; etc. 



1 Year of manufacture: 1 = 2001; 2 = 2002; etc. i 


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DEF Audit Program 


Modeled after EOLCS Aftermarket Audit Program 

• Samples drawn from marketplace annually (packaged and bulk) 

- Blind-number coded and shipped to test lab 

- Identity of sample known only by API 

- Sample undergoes series of tests 

- Test results evaluated and licensee notified of results 

- Enforcement action taken as needed (varies from assurance of 
correction to cancellation of license or recall) 

• Packaged products inspected for proper use of mark 

• Bulk shipment paperwork audited (see attached flow chart of 
potential sampling opportunities) 

• Summary report delivered to governing committees and other 
interested parties 

• Emphasis on protection of proprietary information 


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Audit Testing 

What tests do we run? 

• Urea content 

• Density 

• Refractive index 

• Alkalinity 

• Biuret 

• Aldehydes 

• Insoluble matter 

• Elements (phosphate, calcium, iron, copper, etc) 

• Any others outside of the spec? 


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Audit Testing continued 


• Testing conducted in accordance with ISO 22241-2 

• Two to four liters collected to allow for testing and 
retesting 

• Evaluation of shelf life? 

• Conformance judged within precision of test 
methods (Annex B ISO 22241-1) 

• Appropriateness of containers part of audit (for 
example, alloyed steels vs nonalloyed steels)? 


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Program Governance 


• API Committee on Special Programs (oversees 
dollars and cents of program) 

• API Marketing Committee and designated technical 
committee? 

• SCR Stakeholder Group 

- EOLCS works in conjunction with OEMs to 
establish standards 

- Similar arrangement envisioned for DEF? 


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• Amounts to be determined 

• Fee for each certification type (producer, blender, 
bulk distributor, etc) 

• Fees assessed by license 

• Annual renewal 

• Volume-of-sale fee might be necessary if number 
of licenses limited 


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DEF Certification Deveiopment and 
introduction 



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Next Steps 

• Finalize work group that will assist API in drafting program 

• Work group hammers out details of program 

• API and SCR Stakeholder Group determine governance 

• Obtain Special Programs Committee approval 


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To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bernd Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce 

Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[]; ernd Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce 
Garrison/A^USEP^ySi^EPMLru.ce GarrjspniiWy,SEP/VUS@EP^^^^_ 

Cc: I Ex. 7 i 

"■Rbm:''''CZ;Z|!<ZZZZj- 

Sent: Fri 1/18/2008 8:52:38 PM 

Subject: Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Surveillance Test Program - Engine Family 
5VVVXV02.5253 /4th vehicle 
# TEST-PARAMETERS 5VVVXV025253 080118.xls 

Ladies and Gentlemen, 

Please find below the test information and parameters for the 4th 
vehicle (L108RXX-0136) to be tested within the actual EPA In-Use 
Surveillance Test Program - Eng. Earn. 5\/WXV02.5253: 

Lab: NVFEL Ann Arbor, 

Michigan 

Engine Family: 5VWXV02.5253 

Estimated Start Date: November 16, 2007 

Recall/Testing Representative: Lynn Sohacki 
Telephone Number: (734) 214-4851 

E-mail address: Sohacki.Lynn(S)epa.gov 

Class Numbers: L-108 / L-109 (low mileage / 

high mileage) 

- General Test Group Information: 


Engine Fam.: 5VWXV02.5253 

Concept: 2.5L/I5 150 hp 

Em. Standard: ULEV II - BIN 5 

Sales Area: 50 States / Canada 

Engine FIP: 150 hp 

Models in TG: VW Jetta A5 (2.5) 

EVAP Fam.: 5VWXR0110238 

EVAP Standard: C2 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 29,244 

- General Vehicle Group Information: 


Tank Capacity 100% [I] 55.0 [I] 

Tank Capacity 40% [I] 22.0 [I] 

Tank Capacity 100% [gal] 14.53 [gal] 

Tank Capacity 40% [gal] 5.81 [gal] 

Canister Working Cap. [g] 110 

Standard Tire Size 205/55 R16 

Axle Ratio 3.504 (L6/2) / 3.647 

(M5/2) 

Target road-load coef. 24.73 (FO) 0.3654 (FI) 
0.0170 (F2)-for L6/2 
22.71 (FO) 

0.1049 (FI) 0.0194 (F2) - for M5/2 

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- Model & VIN specific Test Parameters for the last three and the 4th 
vehicle: => see attached .xls spreadsheet 


- VIN specific Information: 


(4) 


Ex. 6 


(2005 VW Jetta A5 (2.5)) -- vehicle inspection 


scheduled for 01/24/2008 (Thursday) at '"09:30 


VIN: 

Make/Model: 
Model Code: 
Exterior Color: 
Prod Date: 

In Service Date: 
Engine#: 


Ex. 6 j 

’ VLK’/JET’/TeTtaArist 
1K27N1 
WHEAT BEIGE 
05/09/2005 
06/23/2005 
BGP 025106 


Vehicle Source: Mexico 


In case of any questions or need of additional information, please don't 
hesitate to contact me. 


Best regards, 

Ex. 7 


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Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Surveillance Test Program L-108 / L-109 (5VWXV02.5253) 


Engine Fam.: 
Concept: 

Em. Standard: 


5VWXV02.5253 
2.5L/I5 150 hp 
ULEVII - BIN 5 


Sales Area: 


50 States / Canada 


Engine HP: 

Engine Code: 

Models in TG: 

EVAP Fam.s in TG: 
EVAP Standard: 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 


150 hp 
BGP 

VW Jetta A5 (2.5) 
5VWXR0110238 
C2 

29,244 


EPA 

Internal 

Veh. Procurement 
Mo. 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Model 

Description 

VIN 


Body 

Type 

Trim 

Level j 

i 

1 

Curb 

Weight 

[lbs] 

ETW 

[ibs] 

FO 

Target 

SAE 

iibj] 

F1 

Target I 
SAE 

[ibj/mph] 

F2 

Target 
SAE 
[lb f/ 
(mpb)^21 

Tire 

Size 

Sold 

Vehicles 

per 

Model Code 

-108RXX-0044 

1K27N1 

VLK/JET/Jetta A5 2.5L ! 

Cv a 


Sedan 1 

1 2.5 1 

1 3,230 

3,500 

22.71 

0.1049 

0.0194 

205/55 R16 

4,516 

-108RXX-0071 

-109RXX-0148 

1K27N3 

I1K27N3 

VLK/JET/Jetta A5 2.5L i 


Sedan 

2.5 

3,285 

3,625 

24.73 

0.3654 

0.0170 

205/55 R16 

21,503 

VLK/JET/Jetta AS 2.5L I JK m 


Sedan 

2.5 

3,285 

3,625 

24.73 

0.3654 

0.0170 

205/55 R16 

21,503 

L108KXX 0I3(> 

1K2^N1 

VLK/JET/Jetta AS 2.5L i 

ilSedati 1 

2.5 

3,230 

3,500 

32.7^ 

i 0 1049 U0194 705 55 Rib 4 51b | 


EPA 

internal 

Vc^h. Procurement 
No. 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Model 

Description 


Body 

Type 

Trim 

Level 

T ransmission 
Type 

T ransmission 
Code 

Axle 

Ratio 

FTP - Shift 
Schedule; 
CEFIS No. 

HWT - Shift 
Schedule; 
CEFIS No. 

US06 - Shift 
Schedule; 
CEFIS No. 


..10SR,XX"OO44 

K27N1 

VLK/JET/Jetta AS 2.5L ! 

! 

an 

2.5 

04 M5 

HRG 

3.647 

590 0001 

590 0018 

590 0043 

..iOERXX-0071 

K77N3 

VLK/JET/Jetta AS 2.5L ! 


'an 

2.5 

L6 

HFU 

3.504 

FTA 

HWA 

US6A 

10SRXX.-0136 


VLK/JET/Jetta AS 2.5L i 

O r 

an 

2.5 

L6 

HFU 

3.504 

FTA 

HWA 

US6A 







04 m 

HRG 

3.647 ■ 


590 00 8 

90 0043 

1 










EPA 

Sale 

Model 


Body 

Trim 

Tank 

Tank 

Tank 

Tank 

Canister 


internal 

Model 

Description 


Type 

Level 

Capacity 

Capacity 

Capacity 

Capacity 

Working 


Veh. Procurement 

Code 





100% 

40% 

100% 

40% 

Capacity 


No. 






w 

[I] 

(gail 

[gall 

tel 


L-108‘ . L-109- - all 

all 

all 

all 

m _ 

all 

55 

22 

14.53 

5.81 

110 



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f68dedb8-f7c2-4113-9ad3-28fdde15f02a (Status As Of 2007-11-19) 


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To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bernd Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce 


Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

; ernd Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce 
; ruce Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

Cc: 1 

Ex. 7 1 

! 

Ex. 7 i 


I IV/lll. I • j 

Sent: Wed T/2372068 10:34:11 PM 

Subject: Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Surveillance Test Program - Engine Family 
5VWXV02.5253 / 5th vehicle 
# TEST-PARAMETERS 5VWXV025253 080123.xls 


Ladies and Gentlemen, 


Please find below the test information and parameters for the 5th 
vehicle (L108RXX-0127) to be tested within the actual EPA In-Use 
Surveillance Test Program - Eng. Earn. 5VWXV02.5253: 

Lab: NVFEL Ann Arbor, 

Michigan 

Engine Family: 5V\A/XV02.5253 

Estimated Start Date: November 16, 2007 

Recall/Testing Representative: Lynn Sohacki 
Telephone Number: (734) 214-4851 

E-mail address: Sohacki.Lynn(Sepa.gov 

Class Numbers: L-108 / L-109 (low mileage / 

high mileage) 

- General Test Group Information: 


Engine Fam.: 
Concept: 

Em. Standard: 

Sales Area: 

Engine FIP: 

Models in TG: 

EVAP Fam.: 

EVAP Standard: 

# of sold vehicles in 


5VWXV02.5253 
2.5L/I5 150 hp 
ULEV II - BIN 5 
50 States / Canada 
150 hp 

VWJetta A5 (2.5) 
5VWXR0110238 
C2 

29,244 


TG: 


- General Vehicle Group Information: 


Tank Capacity 100% [I] 
Tank Capacity 40% [I] 
Tank Capacity 100% [gal] 
Tank Capacity 40% [gal] 
Canister Working Cap. [g] 
Standard Tire Size 
Axle Ratio 
(M5/2) 

Target road-load coef. 
0.0170 (F2)-for L6/2 
22.71 (FO) 

0.1049 (FI) 


55.0 [I] 

22.0 [I] 

14.53 [gal] 

5.81 [gal] 

110 

205/55 R16 
3.504 (L6/2) / 3.647 

24.73 (FO) 0.3654 (FI) 


0.0194 (F2) - for M5/2 


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- Model & VIN specific Test Parameters for the last four and the 5th 
vehicle: => see attached .xls spreadsheet 


- VIN specific Information: 


(5) L108RXX-0127 (2005 VW Jetta A5 (2.5)) - vehicle inspection 
scheduled for 01/24y2QQ.?.iTJlu.rsda.Yl.at ^OSiSO^ 


VIN: 

Make/Model: 
Model Code: 
Exterior Color: 
Prod Date: 

In Service Date: 
Engine#: 
Vehicle Source: 


Ex. 6 

' ''v'lk7TeT 7 j'etTa' AS 2‘^ 
1K27N1 

BLACK EXTERIOR 
05/18/2005 
12/30/2005 
BGP 038848 
Mexico 


In case of any questions or need of additional information, please don't 
hesitate to contact me. 


Best regards, 

Ex. 7 


2 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000230 







Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Surveillance Test Program L-108 / L-109 (5VWXV02.5253) 


Engine Fam.: 
Concept: 

Em. Standard: 


5VWXV02.5253 
2.5L/I5 150 hp 
ULEVII - BIN 5 


Sales Area: 


50 States / Canada 


Engine HP: 

Engine Code: 

Models in TG: 

EVAP Fam.s in TG: 
EVAP Standard: 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 


150 hp 
BGP 

VW Jetta A5 (2.5) 
5VWXR0110238 
C2 

29,244 


EPA 

Internal 

Veh. Procurement 
No. 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Model 

Description 

VIN 

Body 

Type 

Trim 

Level 

Curb 

\A/eight 

libs] 

ETW 

[lbs] 

FO 

Target 

SAE 

F1 

T arget 
SAE 

[lb_f / mph] 

F2 

T arget 
SAE 
ObJ/ 

(mph)'^2] 

Tire 

Size 

Sold 

Vehicles 

per 

Model Code 

-108RXX-0044 

1K27N1 

VLK/JET/Jetta A5 2.5L 

Sedan 

2.5 

3,230 

3,500 

22.71 

0.1049 

0.0194 

205/55 R16 

4,516 

-108RXX-0071 

1K27N3 

VLK/JET/Jetta A5 2.5L 

Sedan 

2.5 

3,285 

3,625 

24.73 

0.3654 

0.0170 

205/55 R16 

21,503 

-109RXX-0148 

1K27N3 

VLK/JET/Jetta A5 2.5L 

Sedan 

2.5 

3,285 

3,625 

24.73 

0.3654 

0.0170 

205/55 R16 

21,503 

^108RXX-0136 

1K27N1 

VLK/JET/Jetta A5 2.5L 

Sedan 

2.5 

3,230 

3,500 

22.71 

0.1049 

0.0194 

205/55 R16 

4,516 

L108fiXXOI2/ 1K27N1 VI K . .11 1 / Jetta AS 2 5L 


Ssdati 

2.5 

3,230 

3.500 

22.71 

0.1049 '1 0 0194 7I}5;55KI6 4 516 


EPA 

internal 

Vc^h, Procurement 
No, 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Mode! 

Description 

Ex. 6 

Body 

Type 

Trim 

Level 

'Transmission 

Type 

Transmission 

Code 

Axle 

Ratio 

FTP-Shift 
Schedule; 
CEFIS No. 

HVW - Shift 
Schedule; 
CEFIS r^o. 

US06 - Shift 
Schedule: 
CEFIS No. 


,i08RXX»0044 

1K27H1 

VLK/JET/Jetta A5 2.5L 

an 

2.5 

04 M5 

HRG 

3.647 

590 0001 

590 0018 

590 0043 

..108RXX-0071 

K77N3 

VLK/JET/Jetta A5 2.5L 


an 

2.5 

L6 

HFU 

3.504 

FTA 

HWA 

US6A 

i09RXX"014a 


K/Jrr/Jetta A52 5L 


an 

2.5 

L6 

HFU 

3.504 

FTA 

HWA 

US6A 

..108RX/ 01 m 

K27N1 

K/JFr/JenaA5 2 5L 


^ n 

2.5 

04 M5 

HRG 

3.647 

590 0001 

590 0018 

590 0043 







04 M5 

HRG 

3.647 

590 0001 

590 0018 

590 004.1 













EPA 

Sale 

Model 


Body 

Trim 

Tank 

Tank 

Tank 

Tank 

Canister 


internal 

Model 

Description 


Type 

Level 

Capacity 

Capacity 

Capacity 

Capacity 

Working 


Vc^h, Procurement 

Code 





100% 

40% 

100% 

40% 

Capacity 


No, 






[I] 

w 

[gall 

[gal] 

[gl ' 


L-108 L-109’-.ill 

all 

all 

all 

^ _ 

ail 

55 

22 

14.53 

5.81 

110 



Volkswagen of America, Inc. - EEO 


f9ecc308-2e3d-4eef-b43b-57bd93a0d168 (Status As Of 2007-11-19) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000231 







To: Giedrius Ambrozaitis [gambrozaitis@autoalliance.org]; Alien Schaeffer (Diesel Tech 

Forum)" [aschaeffer@dieseiforum.org]; Aiyssa Werthman (Ford Motor Company)" 
[awertha@ford.com]; ndrew Kosiak [AKosiak@tuthiil.com]; Anita Rajan (Mitsubishi Motors R&D 
of America)" [anita.rajan@na.mitsubishi-motors.com]; Anna-Maria Schneider (Toyota Motor 
North America, Inc.)" [Anna_Schneider@tma.toyota.com]; tit Amin [atit.amin@exxonmobii.com]; 
Barbara Nocera (Mazda North American Operations)" [bnocera@mazdausa.com]; rendan Foster 
[brendan@benecor.net]; Moughlor [camoughior@ashiand.com]; asimer Andary 
[candary@autoailiance.org]; hris Nevers/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;"Christine Lambert (Ford Motor 
Company)" [clamber9@ford.com]; Christine Lambert (Ford Motor Company)" 
[clamber9@ford.com]; iifford Dean/DC/USEPA/US@EPA;D Wyeany [dwyeany@ashiand.com]; 
Wyeany [dwyeany@ashland.com]; Dale Kardos (Dale Kardos & Associates, LLC)" 
[daie.kardos@motorvehicleregs.com]; avid Kayes [davidkayes@freightline.com]; avid Shaw 
[dshaw@cieanemissionfluids.com]; ennis Smith [dennis.a.smith@ee.doe.gov]; Doug McGregor 
(BMW of North America, Inc.)" [doug.mcgregor@bmwna.com]; Ed Kulik (Ford Motor Company)" 
[ekulik@ford.com]; Edward Cohen (Honda North America, Inc.)" 
[Edward_Cohen@hna.honda.com]; Eric Schneider (Mercedes Benz)" 

[eric.a.schneider@mbusa.com]; Lockwood [feiockwoodashland@com.rtp.epa.gov]; rank Rutten 
[Frank.Rutten@shell.com]; Fred Science (General Motors Corporation)" [fred.sciance@gm.com]; 
Croce [GCroce@chevron.com]; reg Dana [GDANA@autoalliance.org]; reg McAfee 
[greg.mcafee@chsinc.com]; Gregory Scott (Kelley Drye Collier Shannon)" 
[GScott@KelieyDrye.com]; auke Braack [hauke.braack@exxonmobil.com]; Tepsa 
[itepsa@aol.com]; Ichiro Sakai (Honda)" [lchiro_Sakai@ahm.honda.com]; Barr 
[jbarr@ryder.com]; Fellman [jfellman@nacsoniine.com]; Suchecki Osuchecki@emamail.org]; 
ackie Bell Oackie.beii@paccar.com]; ackie Yeager Oackie.m.yeager@cummins.com]; amie Song 
Osong@meca.org]; ean Fellenberg Ofeilenberg@sbcglobal.net]; ean Johnson 
Ojohnson@autoailiance.org]; im Spooner Ospooner@colonial-chemical.com]; oerg Debus 
[Joerg.J.Debus@shell.com]; John Cabaniss (Association of International Automobile 
Manufacturers)" Ocabaniss@aiam.org]; John Eichberger (National Assoc of Conv Stores)" 
Oeichberger@nacsonline.com]; John Rugge (Subaru of America, Inc.)" Orugge@subaru.com]; 
Joseph Kaufman (ConocoPhiilips)" Ooseph.w.kaufman@conocophillips.com]; ulie Becker 
[JBECKER@autoaliiance.org]; Pnystrom [kpnystrom@agriliance.com]; arl 
Simon/DC/LISEPA/US@EPA;Karl Tasik [karl.tasik@voivo.com]; arl Tasik [karl.tasik@volvo.com]; 
en Howden [ken.howden@ee.doe.gov]; Kevin Kokrda (Engine Manufacturers Association)" 
[kkokrda@emamail.org]; Enrocco [ienrocco@hotmail.com]; ance Tunick [tunick@vsci.net]; arry 
Northup [larry.northup@aftermarket.org]; inc Wehrly/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;M Buczek 
[mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; Buczek [mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; arcel de 
Kort [marceldekort@greenchem-adblue.com]; ark Busch [mbusch@cleanemissionfluids.com]; 
Matthew Kevnick (Toyota Technical Center USA, Inc.)" [matthew.kevnick@tema.toyota.com]; 
ichaei Koss [michaei_koss@verizon.net]; Michael Potter (General Motors Corporation)" 
[michael.a.potter@gm.com]; Mike Zammit (DaimlerChrysler Corporation)" [mz10@dcx.com]; liver 
Baer [obaer@cieanemissionfluids.com]; wen Busch [owenbusch@earthlink.net]; atrick Kelly 
[keiiyp@api.org]; atrick Lammers [Patrick.Lammers@univareurope.com]; atrik Klintbom 
[patrik.kiintbom@voivo.com]; Rich Bell (Ford Motor Company)" [rbell1@ford.com]; Richard Baker 
(Ford Motor Company)" [rbaker8@ford.com]; Robert Babik (General Motors Corporation)" 
[robert.babik@gm.com]; obert Fasnacht [robert.fasnacht@volvo.com]; obert Hagenaars 
[roberthagenaars@greenchem-adblue.com]; obert Jorgensen 

[robert.a.jorgensen@cummins.com]; Robert M. Clarke" [robertmclarke@truckmfgs.org]; obert 
Rupert [robert.rupert@dot.gov]; ochelie Neai [RNeai@autoalliance.org]; osemary Perry 
[rosemary.perry@aftermarket.org]; oss Johnson [Ross.Johnson@yara.com]; yan Carroll 
[ryan.carroli@aftermarket.org]; Bowling [IMCEAEX- 


_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=SBowling@autoaliiance.org]; teve Berry 
[steve.berry@volvo.com]; teve Douglas [SDOUGLAS@autoalliance.org]; I Ex. 7 i 


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[teri.Kowalski@tema.toyota.com]; erry Goff [goff_terry_a@cat.com]; zei Memed 


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Cars of North America, Inc.)" [wiewis@porschecars.com]; arren Kotacska [wkotacska@coloniai- 
chemicai.com]; arren Siodowske [IMCEAEX- 

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[yuri.kaiish@detroitdiesel.com]; afar Shaikh [fehaikh@ford.com]; heiia James 
[sjames@autoailiance.org]; 'Luis Cervantes, Jr.'" [ldc@cervantes-deigado.com]; 'Thomas, 
Donald'" [DThomas@terraindustries.com]; 'Lonsdale, Barry'" [BLonsdale@terraindustries.com]; 
John Lounsbury' Om.iounsbury@sympatico.ca]; 'Groeneveld, Michel'" 

[michei.groeneveid@dureai.com]; Dan Gilligan' [dgiiligan@pmaa.org]; 'KAYLC@kochind.com'" 
[KAYLC@kochind.com]; 'Simnick, James J'" [James.Simnick@bp.com]; 'Brodt-Giies, Debbie'" 
[Debbie_Brodt_Giies@nrel.gov]; 'Claassen, Matt"' [CLAASSEM@kochind.com]; 'Mark S. Morgan, 
Esq.'" [mmorganptsa@cox.net]; Christopher Pett' [Christopher.Pett@integer-research.com]; 
Johnson Joy' Ooy.johnson@volvo.com]; Rasto Brezny' [rbrezny@meca.org]; Brandon Wright' 
[bwright@pmaa.org]; 'robert.aman@skf.com'" [robert.aman@skf.com]; 
'shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com'" [shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com]; riedrich Krahn 
[friedrich.krahn@daimier.com]; 'thomas.troeger@rehau.com'" [thomas.troeger@rehau.com]; 
'manoj.tummala@gm.com'" [manoj.tummala@gm.com]; lien Armstrong 
[Saies@industrialsolutionservices.net]; obert 
Peavyhouse/AA/USEPA/LIS@EPA;'"toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp'" 

[toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp]; 'toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp'" [toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp]; 
'kato@hino.com'" [kato@hino.com]; 'daniefe@hino.com'" [daniels@hino.com]; 
'gevait2@comcast.net'" [gevalt2@comcast.net]; 'bachelderd@api.org'" [bachelderd@api.org]; 
'ferrickk@api.org'" [ferrickk@api.org]; 'gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com'" 
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[saverio.verduci@gm.com]; ichard Moskowitz [rmoskowitz@trucking.org]; 
erich@thebeckercompanies.com" [erich@thebeckercompanies.com]; Greg Shank (Mack 
Trucks)" [greg.shank@voivo.com]; Amy Lilly (American Honda Motor Company, Inc.)" 
[amyJilly@hna.honda.com]; jimcoiiura@nefi.com'' Oimcollura@nefi.com]; shane@nefi.com" 
[shane@nefi.com]; brent.caicut@detroitdiesei.com'' [brent.calcut@detroitdiesel.com]; 
halfano@natso.com" [halfano@natso.com]; Barry Felrice (Chrysler LLC)" [BIF@chrysler.com]; 
'dd28@chrysler.com'" [dd28@chrysler.com]; Larry Robertson (DaimlerChrysler Corporation)" 
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[srm2@chrysler.com]; hris Bostwick [cb41@chrysler.com]; 'klaus.land@daimler.com'" 
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Loren K. Beard" [LKB@Chrysler.com]; 'mansour.masoudi@us.bosch.com'" 
[mansour.masoudi@us.bosch.com] 

From: Giedrius Ambrozaitis 

Sent: Thur 1/31/2008 8:22:46 PM 

Subject: SCR Stakeholder Group - Next meetings February 21 starting @ 10 am in 
Washington DC 

Diesel Emissions Conference 08 agenda 1.pdf 

ATT00001 .txt 

ravmonda@api.orq 

qambrozaitis@autoalliance.orq 

www.inteqer-research.com/conference 

www.inteqer-research.com/conference 

olel .bmp 


1. This is a reminder notice that the next SCR Stakeholder Group meeting and the next DEF "Starburst" 

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Quality Subcommittee meeting will both be held on February 21 at the American Petroleum Institute offices (1220 
L Street, NW Washington, DC 20005-4070), beginning at 10:00 AM EST. The call-in number will be 1-866-443-0059 
Non-Responsive for both meetings. A working lunch will be provided. 

The first meeting will be the DEF "Starburst" Quality Subcommittee and will start at 10:00 am EST. 

The second meeting will be the SCR Stakeholder Group and will start at 12:15 pm EST (right after lunch). 

For lunch headcount planning, please RSVP to Alicia Raymond of API (email: raymonda@api.org ) if you are 
planning to attend in person. 

2. Integer Research (also FindAdBlue.com) requested that I circulate to the group an announcement of the Diesel 
Emissions Conference conference they are setting up in Brussels on June 11-12 2008 - please see attached email. 
Anyone interested in presenting or participating at the conference should contact Cindy Zhang [email: 
Cindy.Zhang@integer-research.com] directly. 


The SCR Stakeholder Group (formerly called the Urea Stakeholder Group) is made up of industries, organizations 
and companies interested in urea for mobile source applications. 


Participants include: 

- Government (US Department of Energy, EPA) 

- Automotive and heavy-duty engine and truck manufacturer trade associations 

- Fuel retailer and truck stop trade associations 

- Qil companies 

- Urea distributors 


The main objectives of the SCR Stakeholder Group are: 

To exchange information with US government and other potential urea stakeholders on the potential market and 
need for urea availability. 

To consider effective education and outreach to consumers and commercial concerns about urea, its use and 
availability. 

To engage potential providers of urea availability to determine the conditions necessary for provision of retail 
availability before a profitable market exists. 


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If you have any questions concerning the SCR Stakeholder Group or the meeting, please call me at (248) 357-4796. 


Sincerely, 

Giedrius Ambrozaitis 

Manager of Mobile Sources 

Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers 

Tel. (248) 357-4796 

email: gambrozaitis@autoalliance.org 


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From: Cindy Zhang <Cindy.Zhang@integer-research.com> 

To: Giedrius Ambrozaitis <gambrozaitis@autoalliance.org> 

Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2008 11:47:23 -0500 
Subject: 4th Diesel Emissions Conference (DEC) 08 

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The first email didn't come through right somehow. Below is the right one. 

Dear Mr Ambrozaitis, 

My name is Cindy Zhang and I work for the independent consulting & publishing company Integer Research. We 
are based in London and are organisers of the world renowned annual Diesel Emissions Conference (DEC). I am 
writing you regarding our new project in Europe and I am kindly asking you for your help and assistance. 

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As the world's biggest annual event in emission industry in the world, DEC has enjoyed continuous support from 
Daimler, Volvo, Iveco, DAF, BMW, Nissan Diesel, Scania, Tata Motors and many other major OEMs. Large fleet 
operators and regulators like the European Commission and the US ERA have also been pledging their support to 
the conferences. Every year the conference draws close to 300 delegates from all over the world, many of whom 
are board level executives. You can find more information of our current events on our website www.integer- 
research.com/conference. 

The next Diesel Emissions Conference for Europe - the 4th hosted by Integer since 2005 - will be held on 11th and 
12th June 2008 at the Sheraton Brussels Hotel & Towers in Brussels, Belgium. In 2008 the conference location 
returns to Brussels, where it was held in 2005, to mark the release of the Euro 6 standard from the European 
Commission. 

One of the main themes of next year's conference will be the commercial impact of the latest emissions standards 
on diesel truck manufacturers and emissions control equipment suppliers. The conference will combine top-level 
strategy presentations with case studies and panel discussions from the businesses and authorities that will 
continue to shape the future of diesel emissions reduction. 


I would like to seek your help on forming the below highlighted slots with presentation or panel discussion. I 
noticed the members of SCR group holder group are excellent candidates to be our privileged speakers and 
panellist. I'd be really grateful to receive your kind suggestion on the whom to contact for presenting the above 
slots. 

Session 1 Keynote session 

09:20 -10:00 Grand Opening - Carbon and cleaner diesel: Global OEMs in search of efficiency 

CEO or Board of Directors from OEM 

Session 6 The future of the low-emissions Diesel market 

11:00 - 11:40 Diesel Passenger car / Light Duty market development in the USA: Diesel v. hybrid 
Yourself? Any suggestion? 

We have got confirmed from the below speakers for the upcoming conference: 

Arno Nolte, Director, Future Emissions, Daimler AG 

Graham Hoare, Executive Director, Powertrain Engineering Ford of Europe 

Bruno Chazalette, Vice President Fuel and soft offer strategic planning, Renault Truck 

Prof Edward Jobson, Environmental Director, Volvo Bus Corporation, Volvo AB 

Administrator from Automotive Unit - DG Environment, European Commission 

Dr Thomas Schlick, Managing Director, German Association of the automotive Industry (VDA) 

Barry W. Lonsdale, President, Terra Environmental Technologies, Terra Industries Inc. 

Dr Teun C.J. de Bruijn, President and CEO, GreenChem Holding B.V. 

And many more... 


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We have drafted an agenda for the conference in attached for your perusal. I would be grateful to learn your 
comments about it. 


I'll catch up with you tomorrow with a call and I am looking forward to receiving your valuable feedbacks. 
«Diesel Emissions Conference 08 agenda l.pdf» 

Yours sincerely, 

Cindy Zhang 
Events Manager 
Integer Research Ltd. 

55 Farringdon Road 

London ECIM 3JB 

United Kingdom 

Tel: +44 20 7503 1265 

Fax: +44 20 7503 1266 

www.integer-research.com/conference 


Note: This message is for the named person'suse only. It may contain confidential, proprietary or legally privileged 
information. No confidentiality or privilege is waived or lost by Integer research as a result of any mistransmission. 
If you receive this message in error, please immediately delete it and all copies of it from your system, destroy any 
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endeavour to exclude viruses from our e-mails, but it is the responsibility of the recipient to check this e-mail and 
any attachments for viruses. 


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Diesel Emissions Conference 08 


Sheraton Brussels Hotel & Towers, Brussels, Belgium 
11-13 June 2008 


Programme 


11 June 

Session 1 

''Keynotesession ' ^ . . 

09:00-09:20 

Introduction by Integer Research Ltd 

09:20-10:00 

Grand Opening - Carbon and cleaner diesel: Global OEMs in search of efficiency 

10:00 - 10:40 

Keynote Presentation - Improving air quality in Europe 

Administrator from Automotive Urjit - DG Environment, European Commission 

10:40-11:20 

Networking break in the exhibition area 

Session 2 

Diesel Powertrain Strategy 

11:20-12:00 

The market for low emission diesel vehicles in Europe 

Senior Director from Daimier 

12:00-12:40 

How "120g/km by 2012" can be achieved 

Graham Hoare, Executive Director 

Powertrain Engineering Ford of Europe 

12:40 - 14:30 Lunch in the exhibition area 

Session 3 

Advanced diesel emission reduction technology 

14:30-15:00 

Diesel emission control evolution towards Euro 5 and Euro 6 limits 

Pierfranco Ciselli, Aftertreatment & Mechanical Systems Director 

Product Engineering - Emissions, FIAT POWERTRAIN TECHNOLOGIES SPA 

15:00-15:30 

Meet future DD/NonRoad emission standards : DOC/DPF/SCR technologies for EU VI and 
Tier IV 

Andreas Geisselmann, ingo Lappas, Wolfgang Schneider, Lothar Mussmann, Wiifried Muiier 

Umicore AG & Co. KG 

15:30-16:00 

Post-NOx control 

Senior Director from Bosch 

16:00 - 16:40 Networking break in the exhibition area 

Session 4 

AdBlue 8i Diesel Emission Fluid 

16:40-17:10 

The Emerging North American Diesel Emission Fluid Market 

Barry W. Lonsdaie, President 

Terra Environmental Technologies, Terra Industries Inc. 

17:10-17:40 

Urea supply and quality assurance in Europe 

Dr Teun C.J. de Bruijn, President and CEO 

GreenChem Holding B.V. 

17:.50-20:00 




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Diesel Emissions Conference 08 


Sheraton Brussels Hotel & Towers, Brussels, Belgium 
11-13 June 2008 


12 June 

Session 5 

Market development and on-the road experience 

09:00-09:10 

Chairman's Introduction 

09:10-09:40 

Euro V 8i VI bus and coach market development in Europe 

Prof Edward Jobson, Environmental Director, Volvo Bus Corporation 

Volvo AB 

09:40-10:10 

Panel discussion: Euro V truck fleet operations 

10:20 - 11:00 Networking break in the exhibition area 

Session 6 

The future of the low-emissions Diesel market 

11:00-11:40 

Diesel Passenger car / Light Duty market development in the USA: Diesel v. hybrid 

11:40-12:20 

The impact of Low Emissions Zones on the truck and bus market in Europe 

12:20-13:00 

The impact of carbon emissions reduction requirements on European car markets 

Bruno Chazalette, Vice President Fuel and soft offer strategic planning 

Renault Trucks 

13:00 - 14:30 Lunch in the exhibition area 

Session 7 

Diesel fuels 8i lubricants 

14:30-15:00 

Biodiesel and carbon reduction 

Senior Director from Shell 

15:00-15:30 

Lubricants for Euro V Vehicles 

Paul Kerwin, Regional Business Manager (Heavy Duty Engine Oils) 

Lubrizol Limited 

15:30 -16:00 

Closing Keynote; Incentives, fuel savings 8t biofuels 

Dr Thomas Schiick, Managing Director 

German Association of the automotive Industry (VDA) 

16:10 

Conference ends 


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Diesel Emissions Conference 08 


AdBlue Workshop 


Sheraton Brussels Hotel & Towers, Brussels, Belgium 
11-13 June 2008 


13 June 


AdBlue Legislation and the Big Picture 

9.00 

Opening Keynote. What are the strategic lessons learnt from the early roll out of AdBlue supply and 
where are we headed? 

Invitation to: ENI/Total/BP 

9.30 

Roundtable Group Discussion. Discussing ISO 22241 Standards on storage, safety and quality 
assurance and how they will impact on your AdBlue retail business 

10.00 

Networking activities and morning refreshments 

Session 2 

Forecourt and Homebase Investment in AdBlue 

10.30 

Case study. Developing AdBlue facilities in line with projected growth in demand 

Invitation to: Patrick Schnell, Head of Sustainable Development and New Energies, Total 

11.00 

Project management case study. Installing AdBlue supply at one site. Pre-installation expectiations 
and post installation realities 

Invitation to: Ulrich Gilles, International Diesel Service Manager, Europe, Q8 

11.30 

Case study. No place like home - Business benefits of investing in an AdBlue supply facility at your 
home depot 

Invitation to: DHL/Deutsche Post/De Lijn 

12.00 

Roundtable group discussion. Discussing the key factors to consider when selecting an AdBlue 
supplier 

12.30 

Networking iunch and exhibition viewing 

Session 3 

AdBlue Technology Focus 

14.00 

Making the right investment choices in storage, pump and meter equipment for AdBlue refilling at 
the forecourt 

Invitation to: Walter Boheme, Innovation Manager, OMV 

14.30 

Roundtable group discussion. Identifying and overcoming the dispensing challenges associated with 
AdBlue 

14.50 

Roundtable group discussion. What are the latest technology developments that can really improve 
efficiency and customer service on the forecourt and at the depot? 

Billing and FOS Integration, telematics, storage, dispensers 

15.10 

Summary panel discussion - A panel of speakers will highlight the concluding points from each 
discussion group 


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Networking activities and afternoon refreshments 



The AdBiue Crystal Ball - Euro VI and Beyond 

16.00 

Roundtable group discussion. Drawing the future roadmap for AdBiue market development in 

Europe 

16.20 

Roundtable group discussion. What will be the major challenges facing AdBiue retailers and suppliers 
in building a sustainable supply infrastructure over the next 5 years. 

16.40 

Summary panel discussion - A panel of speakers will highlight the concluding points from each 
discussion group 


17.00 Closing Keynote Panel discussion: Future insights. What will Euro VI mean for Adblue sales/volume. 


cost and price? 

Invitation to: BP/Exxon Mobil/European Commission /Yara 



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To: "Giedrius Ambrozaitis" [gambrozaitis@autoaliiance.org]; Alien Schaeffer (Diesel Tech 

Forum)" [aschaeffer@dieseiforum.org]; Alyssa Werthman (Ford Motor Company)" 
[awertha@ford.com]; Andrew Kosiak" [AKosiak@tuthill.com]; Anita Rajan (Mitsubishi Motors R&D 
of America)" [anita.rajan@na.mitsubishi-motors.com]; Anna-Maria Schneider (Toyota Motor North 
America, Inc.)" [Anna_Schneider@tma.toyota.com]; Atit Amin" [atit.amin@exxonmobil.com]; 
Barbara Nocera (Mazda North American Operations)" [bnocera@mazdausa.com]; Brendan 
Foster" [brendan@benecor.net]; C Moughlor'' [camoughlor@ashland.com]; Casimer Andary" 
[candary@autoaliiance.org]; hris Nevers/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;"Christine Lambert (Ford Motor 
Company)" [ciamber9@ford.com]; Christine Lambert (Ford Motor Company)" 
[ciamber9@ford.com]; lifford Dean/DC/USEPA/US@EPA;"D Wyeany" [dwyeany@ashiand.com]; 
D Wyeany" [dwyeany@ashland.com]; Dale Kardos (Dale Kardos & Associates, LLC)" 
[daie.kardos@motorvehicieregs.com]; David Kayes" [davidkayes@freightline.com]; David Shaw" 
[dshaw@cieanemissionfluids.com]; Dennis Smith" [dennis.a.smith@ee.doe.gov]; Doug McGregor 
(BMW of North America, Inc.)" [doug.mcgregor@bmwna.com]; Ed Kulik (Ford Motor Company)" 
[ekulik@ford.com]; Edward Cohen (Honda North America, Inc.)" 
[Edward_Cohen@hna.honda.com]; Eric Schneider (Mercedes Benz)" 
[eric.a.schneider@mbusa.com]; F Lockwood" [felockwoodashland@com.rtp.epa.gov]; Frank 
Rutten" [Frank.Rutten@sheil.com]; Fred Science (General Motors Corporation)" 
[fred.sciance@gm.com]; G Croce" [GCroce@chevron.com]; Greg Dana" 
[GDANA@autoaliiance.org]; Greg McAfee" [greg.mcafee@chsinc.com]; Gregory Scott (Keiiey 
Drye Collier Shannon)" [GScott@KelleyDrye.com]; Hauke Braack" 
[hauke.braack@exxonmobil.com]; I Tepsa" [itepsa@aol.com]; Ichiro Sakai (Honda)" 
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[jsong@meca.org]; Jean Fellenberg" [jfellenberg@sbcglobal.net]; Jean Johnson" 
[jjohnson@autoaliiance.org]; Jim Spooner" [jspooner@colonial-chemical.com]; Joerg Debus" 
[Joerg.J.Debus@sheil.com]; John Cabaniss (Association of International Automobile 
Manufacturers)" Ocabaniss@aiam.org]; John Eichberger (National Assoc of Conv Stores)" 
Oeichberger@nacsonline.com]; John Rugge (Subaru of America, Inc.)" Orugge@subaru.com]; 
Joseph Kaufman (ConocoPhiilips)" Ooseph.w.kaufman@conocophillips.com]; Julie Becker" 
[JBECKER@autoaliiance.org]; K Pnystrom" [kpnystrom@agriliance.com]; arl 
Simon/DC/USEPA/US@EPA;"Karl Tasik" [karl.tasik@volvo.com]; Karl Tasik" 
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Manufacturers Association)" [kkokrda@emamail.org]; L Enrocco" [lenrocco@hotmail.com]; Lance 
Tunick" [tunick@vsci.net]; Larry Northup" [iarry.northup@aftermarket.org]; inc 
Wehriy/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;"M Buczek" [mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; M Buczek" 
[mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; Marcel de Kort" [marceldekort@greenchem-adblue.com]; 
Mark Busch" [mbusch@cieanemissionfluids.com]; Matthew Kevnick (Toyota Technical Center 
USA, Inc.)" [matthew.kevnick@tema.toyota.com]; Michael Koss" [michael_koss@verizon.net]; 
Michael Potter (General Motors Corporation)" [michael.a.potter@gm.com]; Mike Zammit 
(DaimlerChrysler Corporation)" [mz10@dcx.com]; Oliver Baer" [obaer@cleanemissionfluids.com]; 
Owen Busch" [owenbusch@earthlink.net]; Patrick Kelly" [kellyp@api.org]; Patrick Lammers" 
[Patrick.Lammers@univareurope.com]; Patrik Kiintbom" [patrik.klintbom@volvo.com]; Rich Beil 
(Ford Motor Company)" [rbell1@ford.com]; Richard Baker (Ford Motor Company)" 
[rbaker8@ford.com]; Robert Babik (General Motors Corporation)" [robert.babik@gm.com]; Robert 
Fasnacht" [robert.fasnacht@volvo.com]; Robert Hagenaars" [roberthagenaars@greenchem- 
adbiue.com]; Robert Jorgensen" [robert.a.jorgensen@cummins.com]; Robert M. Clarke" 
[robertmciarke@truckmfgs.org]; Robert Rupert" [robert.rupert@dot.gov]; Rochelle Neal" 
[RNeai@autoailiance.org]; Rosemary Perry" [rosemary.perry@aftermarket.org]; Ross Johnson" 
[Ross.Johnson@yara.com]; Ryan Carroll" [ryan.carroll@aftermarket.org]; S Bowling" [IMCEAEX- 
_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=SBowling@autoaiiiance.org]; Steve 
Berry" [steve.berry@voivo.com]; Steve Douglas" [SDOUGLAS@autoaiiiance.org]; | Exir? 

(Volkswagen of America, lnc.)"r exTY .l@vw.com]; T Columbus" 

[tcoiumbus@steptoe.com]; Taylor DavTs"'|davTstaylor@johndeere.com]; Teri Kowalski (Toyota 
Technical Center USA, Inc.)" [teri.Kowalski@tema.toyota.com]; Terry Goff 


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[goff_terry_a@cat.com]; Uzel Memed" [memed.uzei@volvo.com]; Vic Meloche" 
[vic.meloche@detroitdiesei.com]; Waiter Lewis (Porsche Cars of North America, inc.)" 
[wiewis@porschecars.com]; Warren Kotacska" [wkotacska@coioniai-chemicai.com]; Warren 
Siodowske" [iMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLiANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=WarrenSiodowske@autoailiance.org]; 
Wiiheim Haii (BMW of North America, inc.)" [Wiiheim.Haii@bmwna.com]; Yuri Kaiish" 
[yuri.kaiish@detroitdiesei.com]; Zafar Shaikh" [fshaikh@ford.com]; Sheiia James" 
[sjames@autoaiiiance.org]; Luis Cervantes, Jr." [idc@cervantes-deigado.com]; Lonsdaie, Barry" 
[BLonsdaie@terraindustries.com]; John Lounsbury" [jm.iounsbury@sympatico.ca]; Groeneveid, 
Michei" [michel.groeneveid@dureai.com]; Dan Giiiigan" [dgiiiigan@pmaa.org]; 
KAYLC@kochind.com>;"Simnick, James J" [James.Simnick@bp.com]; Simnick, James J" 
[James.Simnick@bp.com]; Brodt-Giles, Debbie" [Debbie_Brodt_Giies@nrei.gov]; Ciaassen, Matt" 
[CLAASSEM@kochind.com]; Mark S. Morgan, Esq." [mmorganptsa@cox.net]; Christopher Pett" 
[Christopher.Pett@integer-research.com]; Johnson Joy" Ooy.johnson@voivo.com]; Rasto Brezny" 
[rbrezny@meca.org]; Brandon Wright" [bwright@pmaa.org]; 
robert.aman@skf.com>;[shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com]; 

shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com>;"Friedrich Krahn" [friedrich.krahn@daimier.com]; Friedrich 
Krahn" [friedrich.krahn@daimier.com]; thomas.troeger@rehau.com>;[manoj.tummaia@gm.com]; 
manoj.tummaia@gm.com>;"Allen Armstrong" [Saies@industriaisoiutionservices.net]; Aiien 
Armstrong" [Sales@industrialsolutionservices.net]; obert 
Peavyhouse/AA/LISEPA/LIS@EPA;[toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp]; 
toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp>;[kato@hino.com]; kato@hino.com>;[danieis@hino.com]; 
danieis@hino.com>;[gevait2@comcast.net]; gevait2@comcast.net>;[bacheiderd@api.org]; 
bacheiderd@api.org>;[ferrickk@api.org]; ferrickk@api.org>;[gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com]; 
gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com>;[wschaefer@truckmfgs.org]; 
wschaefer@truckmfgs.org>;[r.boeker@alumag.de]; 
r.boeker@alumag.de>;[asmith714@yahoo.com]; 
asmith714@yahoo.com>;[rsompel@cfindustries.com]; 
rsompel@cfindustries.com>;[susan.Ieach@gm.com]; 

susan.leach@gm.com>;[saverio.verduci@gm.com]: saverio.verduci@gm.com>;"Richard 
Moskowitz" [rmoskowitz@trucking.org]; Richard Moskowitz" [rmoskowitz@trucking.org]; 
erich@thebeckercompanies.com>;"Greg Shank (Mack Trucks)" [greg.shank@voivo.com]; Greg 
Shank (Mack Trucks)" [greg.shank@voivo.com]: Amy Liiiy (American Honda Motor Company, 
inc.)" [amy_lilly@hna.honda.com]; jimcoilura@nefi.com>;[shane@nefi.com]; 
shane@nefi.com>;[brent.caicut@detroitd iesei.com]; 

brent.caicut@detroitdiesel.com>;[halfano@natso.com]; haifano@natso.com>;"Barry Feirice 
(Chrysier LLC)" [BiF@chrysier.com]; Barry Feirice (Chrysier LLC)" [BIF@chrysier.com]; 
dd28@chrysier.com>;"Larry Robertson (DaimierChrysier Corporation)" [iar10@Chrysier.com]; 
Larry Robertson (DaimierChrysier Corporation)" [lar10@Chrysler.com]; 
rrm6@chrysler.com>;[srm2@chrysler.com]: srm2@chrysler.com>;"Chris Bostwick" 
[cb41@chrysier.com]; Chris Bostwick" [cb41@chrysler.com]; 
kiaus.iand@daimler.com>;[rudolf thom@daimler.com]; 
rudoifthom@daimler.com>;[simon.godwin@daimler.com]; 

Simon.godwin@daimier.com>;[dbilby@cfindustries.com]; 
dbiiby@cfindustries.com>;[shawn.whitacre@cummins.com]; 

shawn.whitacre@cummins.com>;"Loren K. Beard" [LKB@Chrysler.com]; Loren K. Beard" 
[LKB@Chrysler.com]; mansour.masoudi@us.bosch.com>[] 

From: "Thomas, Donald" 

Sent: Tue 2/5/2008 4:10:42 PM 

Subject: Info for the STARBURST Committee Group 

Galbraith IS022241-2 Quote.pdf 

ravmonda@api.orq 

qambrozaitis@autoalliance.orq 

To the Starburst Quality Committee: 


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I have received a quotation from an independent Contract Laboratory to perform the tests defined under 
IS022241-2 that are requried to certify AUS32 DEF. 


Galbraith Analytical (Knoxville, TN) has provided me the Attached Quotation: 

To summarize, they are quoting a price of $2,289/sample to perform all the required analyses. Note this price 
DOES NOT include aldehydes as they are still working to define that cost. Ive been transmitting them info on 
analytical methods. 

Some discounts would apply to multiple samples being submitted and for multiple metals being determined on a 
single sample. 

Galbraith is FDA registered, with numerous quality registrations and memberships. They are reputable and 
represent what I believe is a reasonable example of a 3rd party audit lab. 


Donald Thomas 

Manager of Technical Service and Quality Programs 
Terra Industries Inc. 

4612 Hwy 49 East 
Yazoo City, MS 39194-0388 

Office: (662)-751-2641 
Fax: (712)-294-1093 
Mobile: (662)-571-4250 
dthomas@terraindustries.com 

Subject: SCR Stakeholder Group - Next meetings February 21 starting @ 10 am in Washington DC 

1. This is a reminder notice that the next SCR Stakeholder Group meeting and the next DEF "Starburst" Quality 
Subcommittee meeting will both be held on February 21 at the American Petroleum Institute offices (1220 L 
Street, NW Washington, DC 20005-4070), beginning at 10:00 AM EST. The call-in number will be 1-866-443-0059 
with I'Non-Responsive'jfor both meetings. A working lunch will be provided. 

The first meeting will be the DEF "Starburst" Quality Subcommittee and will start at 10:00 am EST. 

The second meeting will be the SCR Stakeholder Group and will start at 12:15 pm EST (right after lunch). 

For lunch headcount planning, please RSVP to Alicia Raymond of API (email: raymonda@api.org) ifyou are 
planning to attend in person. 

2. Integer Research (also FindAdBlue.com) requested that I circulate to the group an announcement of the Diesel 
Emissions Conference conference they are setting up in Brussels on June 11-12 2008 - please see attached email. 
Anyone interested in presenting or participating at the conference should contact Cindy Zhang [email: 
Cindy.Zhang@integer-research.com] directly. 


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The SCR Stakeholder Group (formerly called the Urea Stakeholder Group) is made up of industries, organizations 
and companies interested in urea for mobile source applications. 


Participants include: 

- Government (US Department of Energy, EPA) 

- Automotive and heavy-duty engine and truck manufacturer trade associations 

- Fuel retailer and truck stop trade associations 

- Oil companies 

- Urea distributors 


The main objectives of the SCR Stakeholder Group are: 

To exchange information with US government and other potential urea stakeholders on the potential market and 
need for urea availability. 

To consider effective education and outreach to consumers and commercial concerns about urea, its use and 
availability. 

To engage potential providers of urea availability to determine the conditions necessary for provision of retail 
availability before a profitable market exists. 


If you have any questions concerning the SCR Stakeholder Group or the meeting, please call me at (248) 357- 
4796. 

Sincerely, 

Giedrius Ambrozaitis 

Manager of Mobile Sources 

Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers 

Tel. (248) 357-4796 

email: gambrozaitis@autoalliance.org 


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:N=Linc 


To: ] Ex. 7 

Wehrly/OU=AWO=USEFA7C=aSCc§EFAri' 


Ex. 7 


en.howclen@ee.doe.gov;l’ 

Ex. 7 

Ex. 7 



From: CN=Arman Tanman/OU=DC/0=USEPA/C=US 

Sent: Mon 2/11/2008 2:01:08 PM 

Subject: Re: FW: Trying to get organizers for the SAE Enviro/Energy Sessions 
SAE 2008 Evnviro+Enrqy Sessions & Oraanizers.doc 


Hilii^Ti 

L_I 

The ERA person for the Light Duty Diesel Session will be Line Wehrly, hfs info is below: 

Light-Duty Clean Diesel Technologies- Tuesday, May 13 @ 9;15am 

This session will explore new technologies for light-duty diesels and the technological hurdles and 
marketing strategies that are underway to gain consumer acceptance for diesel engines. Vehicle 
manufactures will reveal their plans on introducing diesel engines to the U.S. market. 

Organizers: 

ERA: Line Wehrly- USERA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR, 2565 Rlymouth Road , 
Mail Code: AALDVG, Ann Arbor, Ml 48105, Tel: 734-214-4917 Email: wehrly.linc@epa.gov 
DOE: Ken Howden, DOE, email: ken.howden@ee.doe.gov 
Industry! Ex. 7 \ 


Thanks to all for your help in organizing this session, 
Arman 


I_ Ex. 7 

"0270872008'i2:47 p'm 

To Arman Tanman/DC/USERA/US@ERA 

cc <JBECKER@autoalliance.org>, <ken.howden@ee.doe.gov>, i 

, . . ....... 

L..........._ 

Subject FW: Trying to get organizers for the SAE Enviro/Energy Sessions 


Ex. 7 


Hi Arman, 

I will be the Industry Representative for the Light Duty Diesel Session 
at the upcoming SAE Government Industry meeting (9:30am, 5/13). 

I am already aware of interest on the part of at least one of my VW 
colleagues who wants to make a presentation. I have copied Ken Howden 
from DOE (DOE Gov. co-chair), Julie Becker from the Auto Alliance, but I 
do not have an e-mail address for Line Wehrly (ERA Gov. co-chair). If 
you could provide me with Line's e-mail address, I would greatly 
appreciate it. I will contact my co-chairs for this session and begin 

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to put together the list of presentations. 


If you are aware of any industry representatives who have expressed an 
interest to make a presentation at this session, please let me know. 

Best regards, 

Ex. 71 


-Original Message- 


From: 


Ex. 7 

Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2008 10:50 AM 
To: 'Tanman.Arman@epamail.epa.gov' 


Cc:i 

Ex. 7 

i 


Ex. 7 

- ^ 


Subject: RE: Trying to get organizers for the SAE Enviro/Energy Sessions 
Fli Arman, 


You are correct that I had volunteered to get you an industry session 
organizer for the 9:30am Light-Duty Diesel Technologies session on 
Tuesday, May 13th, during the SAE Government Industry Meeting . I am 
checking with my VW colleagues in Michigan and they will get back to me 
tomorrow with a definite answer. If they are not available to chair the 
session, then I will accept the responsibility myself. I will have a 
name for you by COB tomorrow. 

I know that my VW colleagues have expressed an interest to give one or 
two presentations for the session. Do you know if Line Wehriy - USEPA 
National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR or Ken Flowden - DOE 
have heard from any potential presenters for the government side? 

I also know that Julie Becker from the Alliance sent out a request for 
participation in the Environmental Sessions at G/l but I'm not sure if 
she received any response in the Light Duty Diesel area. 

Best regards. 


Ex. 7 


Light Duty Clean Diesel Technologies 
9:30 a.m. 

This session will explore new technologies for light-duty diesels and 
the technological hurdles and marketing strategies that are underway to 
gain consumer acceptance for diesel engines. 

Vehicle manufactures will reveal their plans on introducing diesel 

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engines to the U.S. market. 


-Original Message- 

From: Tanman.Arman@epamail.epa.gov [mailto:Tanman.Arman@epamail.epa.gov] 
Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2008 10:09 AM 
To:i 1x^7 i 

I_ i 

Subject: Trying to get organizers for the SAE Enviro/Energy Sessions 


Hi jEx.7 


We are still trying to get all the organizers for the 10 session we 
have identified. We have most of the industry organizers identified 
and at least one organizer for the government side. I am working 
with Ken Flowden in DOE for some of the other gov. organizers. One we 
are missing an industry organizer for is the Light-Duty Clean Diesel 
Technologies session. I think you had volunteered to be the industry 
organizer, but I can't remember. Are you still interested or can 
you recommend someone? 

Thanks, 

Arman 


(See attached file: SAE 2008 Evnviro+Enrgy Sessions & Organizers.doc) 
Arman Tanman 

Mechanical/Environmental Engineer 
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 

Office of Transportation and Air Quality Compliance and Innovative 
Strategies Division (6405J) 1200 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. 

Washington, D.C. 20460 
(202) 343-9326 phone 
(202) 343-2803 fax 

Physical location/ Courier Mailing Address: 

1310 L Street, N.W. (6405J) 

Washington, D.C. 20005 


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Environment & Energy Topics for 2008 SAE G/I meeting 


2/7/08 


1. Fuel Economy, C02, CAFE and higher fuel prices -- The Perfect Storm 

This session will explore how the changing regulatory landscape is affecting the automotive industry and what it may 
mean to future vehicles. Speakers from industry, government, academia and NGOs will attempt to unravel this complex 
challenge. Topics will include: perspectives on impact of federal and state fuel economy and GHG regulations, recent 
changes in consumer vehicle preference, what we can learn from Europe and Asia, and where fuel prices are headed. 
Organizers: Industry GM - keith.cole@gm.com . 202-775-5040, 

EPA- Jeff Alson, USEPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR , 2565 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor, MI 

48105, Tel: 734-214-4296 Email: alson.ieff@epa.gov 

DOT 


2. Climate Change and Impacts on the Transportation Sector 

This session will provide the audience with an update on the latest climate research and its implication for the 
transportation sector. Speakers, from a variety of backgrounds, will discuss the latest findings on climatic trends and the 
role of greenhouse gas emissions. The topics will cover potential impacts of climate change on the transportation 
infrastructure (e.g., tunnels, bridges, and roadways) and also discuss the impact of climate change on safety operations 
and freight movement. 

Organizers: Industry, DOE, 

EPA- Simon Mui, USEPA Headquarters, Ariel Rios Building, 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, N. W. 

Mail Code: 6401A, Washington, DC 20460 Tel: 202-564-1980, email: mui.simon@epa.gov 
DOT- Michael Savonis, DOT, email: Michael.savonis@fhwa.dot.gov 

3. Future Fuels I 

Session I will address the upstream issues for sources of new feedstocks (i.e. GTE, biofuels, etc.) for both liquid and 
gaseous fuels, including the technical and economic hurdles to be overcome. New fuels derived from alternative sources 
of petroleum and renewable bio-feedstocks hold the solutions to our nation’s need for energy security and global 
sustainability. Invited experts will provide their insights on these alternative fuels’ effects on engine compatibility, 
efficiency and emissions and their outlook for near-term market penetration. 

Organizers:, RFA, NBB, 

DOE- Glenn Keller email: gkeller@.anl.gov 

EPA- Tony Fernandez, USEPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR , 2565 Plymouth Road, Mail 
Code: AALDOC , Ann Arbor, MI 48105, Tel: 734-214-4431 Email: femandez.antomo@epa.gov 
API- Patrick Kelley, API, email: kellvp@api.org 

4. Future Fuels II 

Session II will focus on the myriad of downstream deployment issues involved with the widespread distribution of 
alternative fuels. The discussions will investigate the infrastracture problems and potential solutions for 
storage/dispensing, the transportation logistics, and their economic impacts. 

Organizers: NPRA, DOE 

EPA- Jeff Herzog, USEPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR , 2565 Plymouth Road, Mail Code: 

AAFC , Ann Arbor, MI 48105, Tel: 734-214-4227 Email: herzog.jeff@epa.gov 
API- Patrick Kelley, API, email: kellyp@api.org 
DOE- Glenn Keller email: gkeller@anl.gov 

5. Investigating Hybrid Vehicle Technologies Session I: 

Hybrids have caught the attention of consumers, media, businesses and government leaders alike. Offering optimized 
fuel efficiency and performance, hybrid technologies possess unique potential to transfonn the transportation sector. 
Furthermore, plug-in hybrids and battery-powered electric vehicles can offer zero-emission capability and could assist in 
sustaining the nation’s electricity grid. The discussion will examine the different applications for advanced hybrid 
powertrains and plug-in hybrid vehicles providing an overview of the newest electric and hydraulic drive solutions. This 
session will bring together vehicle manufacturers, technology developers, fleet operators, and policymakers to discuss 
the role of electric and hydraulic drive in the light-duty markets. 

Organizers: Industry- Toyota, Justin Ward, iustin.ward@tema.tovota.com. 310-787-5804, 

DOE- (FreedomCar), DOT(NHTSA), 


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EPA: May use same EPA organizer as session II below 

6. Investigating Hybrid Vehicle Component Technologies Session II: 

What’s the magic under the hood that can enable fuel economy figures of 200+ MPG? This session will provide some of 
the answers to that question by covering the advances taking place in hybrid vehicle component technologies including 
batteries, alternative energy storage devices, motors, power electronics and controls. Discussions will expand on current 
and future trends in “hybridization” technologies and deployment opportunities, and industry’s leaders’ views on where 
the government can accelerate the move toward sustainable transportation. 

Organizers: Industry- may use same organizer from session I above. 

DOE- (FreedomCar):? 

EPA: Ruonan Sun- USEPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR , 2565 Plymouth Road, Mail Code: 
AATDG , Ann Arbor, MI 48105, Tel: 734-214-4917 Email: sun.ruonan@epa.gov 

7. Advanced Powertrain Technologies- 

Politics, economics and fluctuating Iliel prices are changing consumers' expectations about fuel economy. Alternative 
energy sources such as fuel cells and other advanced powertrains may bring changes that can help give customers what 
they want. This panel will explore currently available efficiency improvement in the engine, transmission, and 
accessories of a vehicle and what's on the horizon and its impact on the industry. 

Organizers: DOE 

EPA: Matt Brusstar- USEPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR , 2565 Plymouth Road, Mail Code: 
AATDG , Ann Arbor, MI 48105, Tel: 734-214-4791 Email: brusstar.inatt@epa.gov 
Industry: Thomas C. Baloga, BMW of North America, EEC , Vice President, Engineering-US 
Phone: (201) 573-2071 Fax: (201) 573-7831 E-mail: tom.baloga@bmwna.com 

8. Light-Duty Clean Diesel Technologies- 

This session will explore new technologies for light-duty diesels and the technological hurdles and marketing strategies 
that are underway to gain consumer acceptance for diesel engines. Vehicle manufactures will reveal their plans on 
introducing diesel engines to the U.S. market. 

Organizers: 

EPA: Line Wehrly- USEPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR , 2565 Plymouth Road , Mail Code: 
AALDVG , Ann Arbor, MI 48105, Tel: 734-214-4917 Email: wehrly.linc@epa.gov 
DOE: Ken Howden, DOE, email: ken.howden@ee.doe.gov 
Industry: Lou? 

9. Heavy-Duty Clean Diesel Technologies for GHG control- 

This session will query the engine manufacturers, fuel manufactures and govenunent entities on the current status of the 
industry and how technologies are performing and progressing. Teclmologies will include advanced powertrain 
technologies, aerodynamics, class 8 highway hybrids, idle reduction and other teclmologies to reduce green house gases. 
Retrofit technologies may also be explored for the legacy fleet. 

Organizers: 

EPA- Angela Cullen, USEPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR , 2565 Plymouth Road, Ann 

Arbor, MI 48105, Tel: 734-214-4419 Email: cullen.angela@epa.gov 

Industry- Allen Schaeffer, Diesel Technology Forum, email: aschaeffer@dieselforum.org 

DOE (2T* Century truck): ? 


10. HP vs. Fuel efficiency and Safety- 

Recent concerns about global wanning and energy independence have led to calls for more fuel efficient vehicles. 
However, the increased popularity of SUVs and pickups for personal transportation means that more people are driving 
less fuel efficient vehicles. Plus, new vehicles of all types are available with more powerful engines than ever before and 
many states have raised speed limits; two more trends increasing fuel consumption. What are the safety implications of 
higher travel speeds and more powerful vehicle engines? To what extent are more powerful engines and higher travel 
speeds in conflict with calls for fuel economy? This session will explore the inter-relationships among these issues and 
the extent to which technology can meet the sometimes conflicting needs of a modem transportation system. 

Organizers: 

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety: David Zuby, Email:DZuby@iihs.org 

EPA: Allen Duncan- USEPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR, 2565 Plymouth Road, Mail Code: 
AATDG , Ann Arbor, MI 48105, Tel: 734-214-4273 Email: duncan.allen@epa.gov 
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To: Norbert.Krause@VW.com[] 

Cc: CN=Arvon Mitcham/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA;CN=Stephen 

Heaiy/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA;CN=Lynn 

Sohacki/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA;CN=Tom Anderson/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA[]; 
N=Stephen Heaiy/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA;CN=Lynn 

Sohacki/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA;CN=Tom Anderson/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA[]; 
N=Lynn Sohacki/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA;CN=Tom 
Anderson/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA[]; N=Tom 
Anderson/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA[] 

From: CN=Tom Ball/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US 

Sent: Fri 2/15/2008 8:23:56 PM 

Subject: j Ex. 4 - CBI and ex. 7 j 

Hello Norbert. Its been a while since we discussed the issue of the [ _ ] 

We have had discussions here, and have taken into account the data VW generated at the West Lake lab 
in California, as well as information received from CARB regarding the inspection they conducted of that 
lab. Given that there seemed to be some issues with the West Lake Lab sampling system, specifically the 
use of a 133-inch long convoluted exhaust tube, we still regard the results obtained at NVFEL in 
September of 2007 as valid. Our plan is to proceed with a confirmatory test class for these vehicles in the 
near future, unless VW would like to discuss remedy options now. Let me know if you want to discuss. I 
will be on travel next week but returning to the office on February 25th. 

Tom 


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To: Giedrius Ambrozaitis [gambrozaitis@autoalliance.org]; Alien Schaeffer (Diesel Tech 

Forum)" [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Aiien+20Schaeffer+20+28 
Diesei+20Tech+20Forum+29@autoaliiance.org]; Aiyssa Werthman (Ford Motor Company)" 
[IMCEAEX- 

_0=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Aiyssa+20Werthman+20+ 
28Ford+20Motor+20Company+29@autoalliance.org]; ndrew Kosiak [AKosiak@tuthiii.com]; Anita 
Rajan (Mitsubishi Motors R&D of America)" [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Anita+20Rajan+20+28Mits 
ubishi+20Motors+20R+26D+20of+20America+29@autoalliance.org]; Anna-Maria Schneider 
(Toyota Motor North America, Inc.)" [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Anna- 
Maria+20Schneider+20+28Mitsubishi+20Motors+20R+26D+20of+20America+2C+20lnc+2E+29 
@autoailiance.org]; tit Amin [atit.amin@exxonmobil.com]; Barbara Nocera (Mazda North 
American Operations)" [IMCEAEX- 

_0=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Barbara+20Nocera+20+2 
8Mazda+20North+20American+200perations+29@autoalliance.org]; rendan Foster 
[brendan@benecor.net]; Moughlor [camoughior@ashland.com]; asimer Andary 
[candary@autoalliance.org]; hris Nevers/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;"Christine Lambert (Ford Motor 
Company)" [ciamber9@ford.com]; Christine Lambert (Ford Motor Company)" 
[clamber9@ford.com]; iifford Dean/DC/LISEPA/LIS@EPA;D Wyeany [dwyeany@ashland.com]; 
Wyeany [dwyeany@ashland.com]; Dale Kardos (Dale Kardos & Associates, LLC)" 
[daie.kardos@motorvehicleregs.com]; avid Kayes [davidkayes@freightline.com]; avid Shaw 
[dshaw@cieanemissionfluids.com]; ennis Smith [dennis.a.smith@ee.doe.gov]; Doug McGregor 
(BMW of North America, Inc.)" [doug.mcgregor@bmwna.com]; Ed Kulik (Ford Motor Company)" 
[ekulik@ford.com]; Edward Cohen (Honda North America, Inc.)" 
[Edward_Cohen@hna.honda.com]; Eric Schneider (Mercedes Benz)" 

[eric.a.schneider@mbusa.com]; Lockwood [feiockwoodashland@com.rtp.epa.gov]; rank Rutten 
[Frank.Rutten@sheil.com]; Fred Science (General Motors Corporation)" [fred.sciance@gm.com]; 
Croce [GCroce@chevron.com]; reg Dana [GDANA@autoalliance.org]; reg McAfee 
[greg.mcafee@chsinc.com]; Gregory Scott (Kelley Drye Collier Shannon)" 
[GScott@KelleyDrye.com]; auke Braack [hauke.braack@exxonmobil.com]; Tepsa 
[itepsa@aol.com]; Ichiro Sakai (Honda)" [lchiro_Sakai@ahm.honda.com]; Barr 
[jbarr@ryder.com]; Feliman [jfeliman@nacsonline.com]; Suchecki Osuchecki@emamail.org]; 
ackie Beil Oackie.beli@paccar.com]; ackie Yeager Oackie.m.yeager@cummins.com]; amie Song 
Osong@meca.org]; ean Fellenberg Ofeilenberg@sbcgiobal.net]; ean Johnson 
Ojohnson@autoaliiance.org]; im Spooner Ospooner@colonial-chemical.com]; oerg Debus 
[Joerg.J.Debus@sheii.com]; John Cabaniss (Association of International Automobile 
Manufacturers)" Ocabaniss@aiam.org]; John Eichberger (National Assoc of Conv Stores)" 
Oeichberger@nacsonline.com]; John Rugge (Subaru of America, Inc.)" Orugge@subaru.com]; 
Joseph Kaufman (ConocoPhiiiips)" Ooseph.w.kaufman@conocophillips.com]; ulie Becker 
[JBECKER@autoaliiance.org]; Pnystrom [kpnystrom@agriliance.com]; arl 
Simon/DC/USEPA/US@EPA;Karl Tasik [karl.tasik@volvo.com]; arl Tasik [karl.tasik@voivo.com]; 
en Howden [ken.howden@ee.doe.gov]; Kevin Kokrda (Engine Manufacturers Association)" 
[kkokrda@emamail.org]; Enrocco [ienrocco@hotmail.com]; ance Tunick [tunick@vsci.net]; arry 
Northup [iarry.northup@aftermarket.org]; inc Wehrly/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;M Buczek 
[mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; Buczek [mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; arcei de 
Kort [marceidekort@greenchem-adblue.com]; ark Busch [mbusch@cleanemissionfluids.com]; 
Matthew Kevnick (Toyota Technical Center USA, Inc.)" [matthew.kevnick@tema.toyota.com]; 
ichaei Koss [michaei_koss@verizon.net]; Michael Potter (General Motors Corporation)" 
[michaei.a.potter@gm.com]; liver Baer [obaer@cieanemissionfluids.com]; wen Busch 
[owenbusch@earthiink.net]; atrick Kelly [keliyp@api.org]; atrick Lammers 
[Patrick.Lammers@univareurope.com]; atrik Kiintbom [patrik.klintbom@voivo.com]; Rich Beil 
(Ford Motor Company)" [rbell1@ford.com]; Richard Baker (Ford Motor Company)" 
[rbaker8@ford.com]; Robert Babik (General Motors Corporation)" [robert.babik@gm.com]; obert 
Fasnacht [robert.fasnacht@volvo.com]; obert Hagenaars [roberthagenaars@greenchem- 


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adbiue.com]; obert Jorgensen [robert.a.jorgensen@cummins.com]; Robert M. Ciarke" 
[robertmciarke@truckmfgs.org]; obert Rupert [robert.rupert@dot.gov]; ocheiie Neai 
[rineai@autoaiiiance.org]; osemary Perry [rosemary.perry@aftermarket.org]; oss Johnson 
[Ross.Johnson@yara.com]; yan Carroii [ryan.carroii@aftermarket.org]; Bowiing [iMCEAEX- 
_O=AUTO+20ALLiANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=SBowiing@autoaiiiance.org]; teve Berry 
[steve.berry@voivo.com]; teve Dougias [SDOUGLAS@autoaiiiance.org]; 


Ex. 7 


(Voikswagen of America, inc.)"i Ex."?' '@vw.com]; Coiumbus [tcoiumbus@steptoe.com]; 
ayior Davis [davistayior@johndeefe'com];'Ten Kowaiski (Toyota Technicai Center USA, inc.)" 
[teri.Kowaiski@tema.toyota.com]; erry Goff [goff_terry_a@cat.com]; zei Memed 
[memed.uzei@voivo.com]; ic Meioche [vic.meioche@detroitdiesei.com]; Waiter Lewis (Porsche 
Cars of North America, inc.)" [wiewis@porschecars.com]; arren Kotacska [wkotacska@coioniai- 
chemicai.com]; arren Siodowske [iMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLiANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=WarrenSiodowske@autoaiiiance.org]; 
Wiiheim Haii (BMW of North America, inc.)" [Wilheim.Haii@bmwna.com]; uri Kaiish 
[yuri.kaiish@detroitdiesei.com]; afar Shaikh [fehaikh@ford.com]; heiia James 
[sjames@autoaiiiance.org]; 'Luis Cervantes, Jr.'" [ldc@cervantes-deigado.com]; 'Thomas, 

Donaid'" [DThomas@terraindustries.com]; 'Lonsdale, Barry'" [BLonsdale@terraindustries.com]; 
John Lounsbury' [jm.iounsbury@sympatico.ca]; 'Groeneveld, Michel'" 

[michel.groeneveld@dureal.com]; Dan Giiligan' [dgilligan@pmaa.org]; 'KAYLC@kochind.com'" 
[KAYLC@kochind.com]; 'Simnick, James J'" [James.Simnick@bp.com]; 'Brodt-Giles, Debbie'" 
[Debbie_Brodt_Giles@nrei.gov]; 'Ciaassen, Matt"' [CLAASSEM@kochind.com]; 'Mark S. Morgan, 
Esq.'" [mmorganptsa@cox.net]; Christopher Pett' [Christopher.Pett@integer-research.com]; 
Johnson Joy' [joy.johnson@volvo.com]; Rasto Brezny' [rbrezny@meca.org]; Brandon Wright' 
[bwright@pmaa.org]; 'robert.aman@skf.com'" [robert.aman@skf.com]; 
'shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com'" [shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com]; riedrich Krahn 
[friedrich.krahn@daimier.com]; 'thomas.troeger@rehau.com"' [thomas.troeger@rehau.com]; 
'manoj.tummaia@gm.com'" [manoj.tummaia@gm.com]; lien Armstrong 
[Sales@industrialsolutionservices.net]; obert 
Peavyhouse/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;'"toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp"’ 

[toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp]; 'toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp'" [toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp]; 
'kato@hino.com'" [kato@hino.com]; 'daniels@hino.com"' [daniels@hino.com]; 
'gevait2@comcast.net'" [gevalt2@comcast.net]: 'bachelderd@api.org"' [bachelderd@api.org]; 
'ferrickk@api.org'" [ferrickk@api.org]; 'gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com'" 
[gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com]; 'wschaefer@truckmfgs.org'" [wschaefer@truckmfgs.org]; 
'r.boeker@alumag.de'" [r.boeker@alumag.de]: asmith714@yahoo.com" 

[asmith714@yahoo.com]; rsompel@cfindustries.com" [rsompel@cfindustries.com]; 
susan.leach@gm.com" [susan.leach@gm.com]; saverio.verduci@gm.com" 
[saverio.verduci@gm.com]; ichard Moskowitz [rmoskowitz@trucking.org]; 
erich@thebeckercompanies.com" [erich@thebeckercompanies.com]; Greg Shank (Mack 
Trucks)" [greg.shank@volvo.com]; Amy Lilly (American Honda Motor Company, Inc.)" [IMCEAEX- 
_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Amy+20Lilly+20+28Ameri 
can+20Honda+20Motor+20Company+2C+20lnc+2E+29@autoalliance.org]; jimcollura@nefi.com" 
Oimcoiiura@nefi.com]; shane@nefi.com" [shane@nefi.com]; brent.calcut@detroitdiesei.com" 
[brent.calcut@detroitdiesel.com]; halfano@natso.com" [halfano@natso.com]; Barry Felrice 
(Chrysler LLC)" [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Barry+20Feirice+20+28Da 
imlerChrysier+20Corporation+29@autoaliiance.org]; 'dd28@chrysler.com'" [dd28@chrysler.com]; 
'rrm6@chrysier.com'" [rrm6@chrysler.com]; 'srm2@chrysler.com'" [srm2@chrysier.com]; hris 
Bostwick [cb41@chrysier.com]; 'kiaus.iand@daimler.com'" [klaus.land@daimler.com]; 
'rudoif.thom@daimler.com'" [rudoif.thom@daimler.com]; 'simon.godwin@daimler.com'" 
[simon.godwin@daimier.com]; 'dbiiby@cfindustries.com'" [dbilby@cfindustries.com]; 
'shawn.whitacre@cummins.com'" [shawn.whitacre@cummins.com]; Loren K. Beard" 
[LKB@Chrysier.com]; 'mansour.masoudi@us.bosch.com"' [mansour.masoudi@us.bosch.com]; 
'andy.arendt@chsinc.com'" [andy.arendt@chsinc.com]; 'wcherz@tfi.org'" [wcherz@tfi.org]; 
'mikedelaney@freightliner.com'" [mikedelaney@freightliner.com]; 'adiamond@cfindustries.com'" 
[adiamond@cfindustries.com]; 'kdoran@quixotegroup.com'" [kdoran@quixotegroup.com]; Roger 


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Gault (Engine Manufacturers Association)" [rgault@emamaii.org]; 'kingsiey.maunder@integer- 
research.com'" [kingsiey.maunder@integer-research.com]; 'Larry Robertson (DaimlerChrysier 
Corporation)"' [IMCEAEX- 

_0=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Larry+20Robertson+20+2 
8DaimierChrysier+20Corporation+29@autoalliance.org]; 'david.uschwaid@purem-na.com'" 
[david.uschwald@purem-na.com]; 'mz10@chrysler.com'" [mz10@chrysler.com]; 
'aiistair.waiiace@integer-research.com'" [alistair.wailace@integer-research.com] 

From: Giedrius Ambrozaitis 

Sent: Fri 2/15/2008 9:23:16 PM 

Subject: SCR Stakeholder Group - Next meetings February 21 starting @ 10 am in 
Washington DC 

DEF Starburst Quality Program Subcommittee SCR Stakeholder Mtq agendas February 21 

2008 .doc 

Minutes SCR Urea stakeholders workgroup - January 9 2008.doc 
Minutes SCR Urea stakeholders workgroup - November 29 2007.doc 
SCR Stakeholder group email list - Feb 2008.xls 
ravmonda@api.ora 
aambrozaitis@.autoalliance.ora 


This is a reminder notice that the next SCR Stakeholder Group meeting and the next DEF "Starburst" 
Quality Subcommittee meeting will both be held on February 21 at the American Petroleum Institute 
offices (1220 L Street, NW Washington, DC 20005-4070), beginning at 10:00 AM EST. The call-in number 
will be 1-866-443-0059! Non-Responslve 1 ^°'' meetings. A working lunch will be provided. 

The first meeting will be the DEF "Starburst" Quality Subcommittee and will start at 10:00 am EST. 

The second meeting will be the SCR Stakeholder Group and will start at 12:15 pm EST (right after lunch). 

For lunch headcount planning, please RSVP to Alicia Raymond of API (email: raymonda@api.org ) if you 
are planning to attend in person. 


Attached please find the agendas for the February 21 meetings, the draft minutes from the last meeting 
on January 9, the corrected minutes from the November 29th meeting and the excel list of participants. 


The SCR Stakeholder Group (formerly called the Urea Stakeholder Group) is made up of industries, 
organizations and companies interested in urea for mobile source applications. 


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Participants include: 

- Government (US Department of Energy, EPA) 

- Automotive and heavy-duty engine and truck manufacturer trade associations 

- Fuel retailer and truck stop trade associations 

- Oil companies 

- Urea distributors 


The main objectives of the SCR Stakeholder Group are: 

To exchange information with US government and other potential urea stakeholders on the potential market and 
need for urea availability. 

To consider effective education and outreach to consumers and commercial concerns about urea, its use and 
availability. 

To engage potential providers of urea availability to determine the conditions necessary for provision of retail 
availability before a profitable market exists. 


If you have any questions concerning the SCR Stakeholder Group or the meeting, please call me at (248) 357-4796. 
Sincerely, 

Giedrius Ambrozaitis 

Manager of Mobile Sources 

Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers 

Tel. (248) 357-4796 

email: gambrozaitis@autoalliance.org 


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Agendas 

DEF "Starburst" Quality Program Subcommittee Meeting ( 10:00 am- 11:45 am) 

and 

SCR Stakeholder Group Meeting (12:00 pm - 2:00 pm) 

February 21,2008 


Location (for both meetings): 

American Petroleum Institute 

1220 L Street, NW Washington, DC 20005-4070 

Conference call number (for both meetings): 

1-866-443-0059; Non-Responsive i 

Agendas 


DEF "Starburst" Quality Program Subcommittee Meeting (10:00 am-12:00 noon) 


1. Introduction/Roll Call 

Patrick Kelly/Kevin Ferrick 

5 min 

2. Subcommittee organization 

a. Objectives & deliverables 

b. Membership 

Patrick Kelly/Kevin Ferrick/AII 

30 min 

3. Presentation on DEF "Starburst" Quality 
program 

Kevin Ferrick 

60 min 

a. Discussion of program 

All 


4. Subcommittee Meeting Closure 

Recap Action Items/Assignments 

Schedule Next Meeting 

Patrick Kelly/Kevin Ferrick/AII 

10 min 


Lunch (12 noon - 12:15pm ) 


SCR Stakeholder Group Meeting (12:15 pm - 2:00 pm) 


1. Introduction/Roll Call 

Ambrozaitis 

5 min 

2. Review of previous meeting 

Kulik/AII 

5 min 

3. Urea Retail Distribution Discussion 

a. Current Topics 

b. Milestones and targets 

c. Update on DEF "Starburst" subcommittee 
developments 

d. Latest Industry Developments 

i. Standards update 

Kulik/AII 

Patrick Kelly/Kevin Ferrick 

All 

George Evalt/Zafar Shaikh 

65 min 

4. Education and Outreach 

Education Tools 

Website( DOE Urea Locator) 

Website (Fact sheets) 

DOE/All 

45 min 

5. Meeting Closure 

Recap Action Items/Assignments 

New Business 

Schedule Next Meeting 

Kulik/AII 

5 min 


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Minutes of the SCR Stakeholders Group Open Meetin 2 

1220 L Street, NW Washington, DC 20005-4070 

Wednesday, January 9, 2008, 12:15am-2:15pm 


Participants: 

* Ed Kulik - Ford 

* Doug McGregor - BMW 
Brandon Wright - PM A A 

Greg Croce - Chevron 
John Rugge - Subaru 
Michael Koss - Dureal 
Patrick Kelly - API 
David Bilhy - CF Industries 
Kevin Kokrda - EMA 

* Teri Kowalski - Toyota 
Cliff Dean - EPA 

David Shaw - Clean Emission Fluids 
Amy Lilly - Honda 
Joy Johnson - Volvo/Mack 
Vic Meloche - Detroit Diesel 

* Zafar Shaikh - Ford 

Jim Spooner - Colonial Chemical 
David Uschwald - Detroit Diesel 
Rich Gross - Cervantes-Delgado Inc. 
Ross Johnson - Yara 

* Chris Bostwick - Chrysler 
Adam Diamond - CF Industries 
Allen Schaeffer - DTF 


Brendan Foster - Benecor 

Rasto Brezny - MECA 

Kingsley Maunder - Integer Research 

FindAdBlue.com 

Holly Alfano - NATSO 

Jackie Yeager - Cummins 

Jeff Brandon - Nissan 

Debbie Brodt-Giles - NREL/DOE 

Friedrich Krahn - Mercedes-Benz Cars 

Will Schaefer - TMA 

Alan Smith - Brenntag 

Karl Tasik - Volvo Powertrain 

George Evalt - SAE/ISO 

Cal Cartinen - International Taick 

Greg Shank - Volvo Powertrain 

Kevin Ferrick - API 

Roberto Boeker - AluMag Automotive 


LLC 

John Cabaniss - AIAM 

William Hertz - The Fertilizer Institute 

Jim Simnick - BP 

Jon Diefenbacher - Daimler Trucks 
Andy Arendt - CHS inc. 

Mansour Masoudi - Bosch 


Ex. 7 I- VW 

* Giedrius Ambrozaitis 


Alliance 


* Alliance Work Group members or staff. 


Action items 

Responsible 

Deadline 

Discuss with DOE and OEMS requirements for the 
DEF locator service/submission of dealership 
locations 

Ed Kulik 

Next meeting 

Investigate availability of a shorter URL for DEF 
locator service website 

Debbie Brodt- 
Giles 

Next meeting 


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Minutes: 


1. Roll call was taken and the antitrust advisories were presented. 

2. The group reviewed the previous meeting minutes and actions items and noted a 
correction to item 5 (the last sentence should be corrected to state that IS022241- 
4 will only apply to Heavy-Duty and not to Light-Duty vehicles). 

3. Ed Kulik reviewed the completed milestones and upcoming targets of the SCR 
Stakeholder Group. He noted that the group will focus on 3 areas going forward: 

a. Developing a DEF quality system through API; 

b. Keeping abreast of ISO and SAE standards developments through George 
Evalt; 

c. Coordinating DEF education and outreach efforts. 

4. Kevin Ferrick updated the group on the subcommittee's progress with the 
Starburst quality control program for DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid). The previous 
presentation has been updated. The subcommittee discussed certification types 
(producers, blenders, bulk distributors, branders), how to distinguish DEF from 
other urea products, batch numbering and traceability in packaged urea or bulk 
urea, and audit programs and testing requirements for DEF. 

5. George Evalt updated the group on the status of standards. Draft ISO standard 
ISO 22241-3 Urea Infrastructure is not yet published but still likely to be 
published by the end of the 1st quarter. 

6. Zafar Shaikh updated the group on USCAR aetivities. USCAR is still in the 
process of approving the document on a standardized warning chain for vehicles 
without a message center. USCAR is developing another version of the document 
for vehicles with a message center. It is planned to have SAE adopt these 
documents as standards. 

7. The group discussed DEF website locator activity with NREL. It was noted that 
the website Truckscr.com should be up and running by the end of January and can 
be used to host SCR education & outreach materials. The group noted that the 
locator should only be available to the public once vehicles are available. NREL 
is in the process of creating a scope of work and deliverables document for the 
SCR stakeholder Group. The group discussed options for quality controlling the 
location data for the NREL DEF locator website: 

a. The OEMs/fiiel stations/quick oil change/retailers providing the data 
would vet their respective data; 

b. NREL can vet the data through a DOE contract; 

c. Stakeholders can contract a 3rd party (for example. Integer Research) to 
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8. The group discussed education & outreach. The group noted that timing of efforts 
should not be too far in advance of actual vehicles availability, although it should 
be in advance of the locator website going online. It was noted that the DBF 
locator website address should be printed on the container labels. 

9. The next meeting was of the SCR Stakeholder Group and the DBF "Starburst" 
Quality Program Subcommittee was scheduled for Thursday February 21, 2008 in 
Washington DC. 


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Minutes of the SCR Stakeholders Group Open Meetin 2 

1220 L Street, NW Washington, DC 20005-4070 


Thursday, November 29, 2007, 12:15am-2:15pm 


Participants: 

* Ed Kulik - Ford 

* Doug McGregor - BMW 
Brandon Wright - PMAA 
Greg Croce - Chevron 


John .Rug.ge .-. Sub am 
VW 


Ex. 7 


I_ i 

Michael Koss - Dureal 

Patrick Kelly - API 

Cliff Dean - EPA 

Chris Nevers - EPA 

David Shaw - Clean Emission Fluids 

Oliver Baer - Clean Emission Fluids 

Amy Lilly - Flonda 

Allen Armstrong - Industrial Solution 

Services 

Aneja Rakesh - Detroit Diesel 

Joy Johnson - Volvo/Mack 

Vic Meloche - Detroit Diesel 

Thomas Troeger - Rehau 

Jim Collura - New England Fuel Institute 


* Zafar Shaikh - Ford 

Jim Spooner - Colonial Chemical 


Brendan Foster - Benecor 

Rasto Brezny - MECA 

Shaun Carvey - Mitsui Mining & Smelting 

Alistair Wallace - Integer Research 

FindAdBlue.com 

Holly Alfano - NATSO 

Jackie Yeager - Cummins 

Barry Lonsdale - Terra Industries 

John Lounsbury - Terra Industries 

Donald Thomas - Terra Industries 

George Evalt - SAE/ISO 

Erich Becker - Terra Environmental 

Memed Uzel - Mack 

Shawn Whitaker - Cummins 

Mark Morgan - PMAA 

Greg Shank - Volvo Powertrain 

Kevin Ferrick - API 

Dennis Bachelder - API 

Matthias Kmse - Kmse KG 

Roberto Boeker - AluMag Automotive 

LLC 

John Cabaniss - AIAM 
Ellen Gleberman - AIAM 
* Giedrius Ambrozaitis - Alliance 


* Alliance Work Group members or staff. 


Action items 

Responsible 

Deadline 

Discuss with DOE requirements for the urea locator 
service 

Ed Kulik 

Next meeting 

Update and circulate urea locator website template. 

Ed Kulik 

Next meeting 


Minutes: 

1. Roll call was taken and the antitmst advisories were presented. 

2. The group approved the previous meeting minutes and actions items. 


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3. The group noted that the final Dept, of Homeland Security CFATS rule list did 
not include urea and so this is no longer an issue. 

4. Kevin Ferrick updated the group on the subcommittee's progress with the 
Starburst quality control program for DBF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid). The 
subcommittee reviewed the program and identified licensing types (producers, 
blenders, bulk distributors, branders) and licensee expectations from the program. 
Kevin noted the SCR Stakeholder Group should address the ongoing governance 
of the program, in conjunction with an API Task Force of producers and 
manufacturers. Zafar Shaikh agreed to investigate ownership of the quality 
symbol with USCAR. 

5. George Evalt updated the group on the status of standards. Draft ISO standard 
ISO 22241-3 Urea Infrastructure has gone to publication and is due to be 
published before the end of the 1st quarter. The ISO 22241-4 Refill Interface is in 
the process of balloting. The US issue with the mandatory magnet requirement 
has been addressed by adding a footnote indicating that manufacturers are 
"encouraged" to use it. ISO 22241-4 will only apply to Heavy Duty and not to 
Light Duty vehicles. 

6. Zafar Shaikh reported that the SAE symbol for urea ("sideways ice cream cone") 
has been approved and will be published soon. Japan has also chosen a different 
symbol than the international ISO symbol ("fuel pump with the word NOx"). 

Zafar also reported that USCAR has developed (for vehicles without a message 
center) a recommended chain of events warning chain for the first 2 stages of 
Inform/Wam/Compel. USCAR will develop the same warning chain for vehicles 
with a message center. Next steps are to get agreement from vehicles OEMs and 
EMA/TMA and then have SAE adopt the warning chains as SAE standards. 

7. The group discussed education and outreach. Ed Kulik reported that DOE is 
basing its urea locator website time planning on an anticipated rollout of vehicles 
starting in November 2008. DOE would then start demonstration work on the urea 
locator database in Febmary-March and target completion in the June-July 2008 
timeframe. Ed asked OEMs to verify that this timing will work for them. The 
group noted that more information on the filtering process that DOE uses in the 
existing Clean Cities database would be helpful in filtering urea locations. The 
group suggested that the DOE website should be linked to navigation providers 
(TomTom, Navtech, Garmin, Onstar, etc.). 

8. Mr. Mathias Kruse of the Kruse Company made a presentation to the group about 
the Kruse urea bottle-to-vehicle connector. 

9. Dr. Thomas Troeger of the Rehau Company made a presentation to the group 
about the company's product line of heaters for urea lines and tanks. 

10. The next meeting was of the SCR Stakeholder Group and the DEF "Starburst" 
Quality Program Subcommittee was scheduled for Wednesday January 9, 2008 in 
Washington DC. 


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Giedrius Ambrozaitis 


January 7, 2008 


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To: "Kata, Leonard" [Leonard.Kata@vw.com] 

Cc: CN=Bruce Sdunek/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA;CN=Lynn 

Sohacki/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA[]; N=Lynn Sohacki/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA[] 

From: CN=Arvon Mitcham/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US 

Sent: Thur 2/21/2008 1:53:53 PM 

Subject: Re: VW ADP - 2009 Carryover 

09DUR-VWA-53312.pdf 

Dear Mr. Kata: 

Attached is an electronic version of your 2009 Model Year Durability Approval Letter. A hard-copy has 
also been sent to you and should be arriving within the next week. If you do not receive it, please let us 
know. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know. Thank you for your cooperation and we look 
forward to working with you in the future. 

- Arvon L. Mitcham 
Project Manager/Engineer 
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 
Office of Transportation and Air Quality 
Compliance and Innovative Strategies Division 


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UNITED STATES ENVIKOMMENTAL. :P.RGiTECTION AGENCY 
NATIONAL VEHICLE AND FUEL EMISSIONS LABORATORY 
2565 PLYMOUTH ROAD 
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 48105.2498 


Of=FiCEOF 
AfR AND RAD: AT ION 

February 20,2008 

Ml, Leonard W. Kata 

Manager, Emissions Regulation and Certification 
Eaiginccring and Environmental Office 
Volkswagen of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, MI. 48326 


Subject: Approval of the CaiTv-Over Request for Volkswagen's Model Year 2009 
A ltcmative Durability Procedures 

Dear: Mr, :Kaia: ^' 

We received ."your: ietter, dated February 14, 2008 njquesting'approyartO;.carry-,; 
over: y.oiksw.agen^:S.ialtef native ^whole vehicle and bcnch-agi,ng'durability'proceciu:res.:,:fQr 
the 2009 inodei^year. 

We,"h,a,ve.:r§V'icwed the attached package of materials you,forw'arded.„aii.,cl.,dee,m;tlia.t, 
it :i,s''.:CO,:aipIiant .".w:i:t'.h 40 CE'R §86.1823-0S{e). T’hcrcfore,we,, :are, '■.a.pproyin,'g:,':"your: 
alternative, w'h„oIe"'vehi,clc and bench-aging durability procedure,'for the':'2Q09,m,odel'."y,e.,ar.":" 

If you have questions or ctmeems regarding this approval, please contact Mr, 
Arvon E. Mitcham at (734) 214-4522 or Ms, Lynn Sohacki at (734) 214-4851. Thank 

you.,, ' ■ ■ 

Respectfully, 

Wehrly, Manager 
Light-Duty Vehicles Group 
Compliance and Innovative Strategics Division 
Office of Transportation and Air Quality 
U.S, Environmental Protect! on A gcnc y 


,,; .\r\on 1.Mitcham, Lynn Sohacld (D.S, EPA-OTAQ-CISD) 
i!‘)| )1;R-\ W.A-533i2 ^ 


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To: "Giedrius Ambrozaitis" [gambrozaitis@autoalliance.org]; Alien Schaeffer (Diesel Tech 

Forum)" [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Allen+20Schaeffer+20+28 
Diesel+20Tech+20Forum+29@autoalliance.org]; Aiyssa Werthman (Ford Motor Company)" 
[IMCEAEX- 

_0=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Alyssa+20Werthman+20+ 
28Ford+20Motor+20Company+29@autoalliance.org]; Andrew Kosiak" [AKosiak@tuthill.com]; 
Anita Rajan (Mitsubishi Motors R&D of America)" [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Anita+20Rajan+20+28Mits 
ubishi+20Motors+20R+26D+20of+20America+29@autoalliance.org]; Anna-Maria Schneider 
(Toyota Motor North America, Inc.)" [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Anna- 
Maria+20Schneider+20+28Mitsubishi+20Motors+20R+26D+20of+20America+2C+20lnc+2E+29 
@autoalliance.org]; Atit Amin" [atit.amin@exxonmobil.com]; Barbara Nocera (Mazda North 
American Operations)" [IMCEAEX- 

_0=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Barbara+20Nocera+20+2 
8Mazda+20North+20American+200perations+29@autoalliance.org]; Brendan Foster" 
[brendan@benecor.net]; C Moughlor" [camoughior@ashland.com]; Casimer Andary" 
[candary@autoaliiance.org]; hris Nevers/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;"Christine Lambert (Ford Motor 
Company)" [ciamber9@ford.com]; Christine Lambert (Ford Motor Company)" 
[ciamber9@ford.com]; lifford Dean/DC/LISEPA/US@EPA;"D Wyeany" [dwyeany@ashland.com]; 
D Wyeany" [dwyeany@ashland.com]; Dale Kardos (Dale Kardos & Associates, LLC)" 
[daie.kardos@motorvehicleregs.com]; David Kayes" [davidkayes@freightline.com]; David Shaw" 
[dshaw@cleanemissionfluids.com]; Dennis Smith" [dennis.a.smith@ee.doe.gov]; Doug McGregor 
(BMW of North America, Inc.)" [doug.mcgregor@bmwna.com]; Ed Kulik (Ford Motor Company)" 
[ekulik@ford.com]; Edward Cohen (Honda North America, Inc.)" 
[Edward_Cohen@hna.honda.com]; Eric Schneider (Mercedes Benz)" 
[eric.a.schneider@mbusa.com]; F Lockwood" [felockwoodashland@com.rtp.epa.gov]; Frank 
Rutten" [Frank.Rutten@sheil.com]; Fred Sciance (General Motors Corporation)" 
[fred.sciance@gm.com]; G Croce" [GCroce@chevron.com]; Greg Dana" 
[GDANA@autoailiance.org]; Greg McAfee" [greg.mcafee@chsinc.com]; Gregory Scott (Kelley 
Drye Collier Shannon)" [GScott@KeileyDrye.com]; Hauke Braack" 
[hauke.braack@exxonmobii.com]; I Tepsa" [itepsa@aol.com]; Ichiro Sakai (Honda)" 
[lchiro_Sakai@ahm.honda.com]; J Barr" [jbarr@ryder.com]; J Fellman" 
[jfeiiman@nacsonline.com]; J Suchecki" [jsuchecki@emamail.org]; Jackie Bell" 
[jackie.beil@paccar.com]; Jackie Yeager" [jackie.m.yeager@cummins.com]; Jamie Song" 
[jsong@meca.org]; Jean Feilenberg" [jfelienberg@sbcglobal.net]; Jean Johnson" 
[jjohnson@autoaliiance.org]; Jim Spooner" [jspooner@colonial-chemical.com]; Joerg Debus" 
[Joerg.J.Debus@shell.com]; John Cabaniss (Association of International Automobile 
Manufacturers)" [jcabaniss@aiam.org]; John Eichberger (National Assoc of Conv Stores)" 
Oeichberger@nacsonline.com]; John Rugge (Subaru of America, Inc.)" Orugge@subaru.com]; 
Joseph Kaufman (ConocoPhiilips)" Ooseph.w.kaufman@conocophillips.com]; Julie Becker" 
[JBECKER@autoaliiance.org]; K Pnystrom" [kpnystrom@agriliance.com]; arl 
Simon/DC/USEPA/US@EPA;"Karl Tasik" [karl.tasik@volvo.com]; Karl Tasik" 
[kari.tasik@voivo.com]; Ken Howden" [ken.howden@ee.doe.gov]; Kevin Kokrda (Engine 
Manufacturers Association)" [kkokrda@emamail.org]; L Enrocco" [lenrocco@hotmaii.com]; Lance 
Tunick" [tunick@vsci.net]; Larry Northup" [larry.northup@aftermarket.org]; inc 
Wehriy/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;"M Buczek" [mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; M Buczek" 
[mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; Marcel de Kort" [marceldekort@greenchem-adbiue.com]; 
Mark Busch" [mbusch@cieanemissionfluids.com]; Matthew Kevnick (Toyota Technical Center 
USA, Inc.)" [matthew.kevnick@tema.toyota.com]; Michael Koss" [michaei_koss@verizon.net]; 
Michael Potter (General Motors Corporation)" [michael.a.potter@gm.com]; Oliver Baer" 
[obaer@cieanemissionfiuids.com]; Owen Busch" [owenbusch@earthlink.net]; Patrick Lammers" 
[Patrick.Lammers@univareurope.com]; Patrik Klintbom" [patrik.klintbom@voivo.com]; Rich Beil 
(Ford Motor Company)" [rbeii1@ford.com]; Richard Baker (Ford Motor Company)" 
[rbaker8@ford.com]; Robert Babik (General Motors Corporation)" [robert.babik@gm.com]; Robert 


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Fasnacht" [robert.fasnacht@volvo.com]; Robert Hagenaars" [roberthagenaars@greenchem- 
adbiue.com]; Robert Jorgensen" [robert.a.jorgensen@cummins.com]; Robert M. Ciarke" 
[robertmciarke@truckmfgs.org]; Robert Rupert" [robert.rupert@dot.gov]; Rocheiie Neai" 
[rineai@autoaiiiance.org]; Rosemary Perry" [rosemary.perry@aftermarket.org]; Ross Johnson" 
[Ross.Johnson@yara.com]; Ryan Carroii" [ryan.carroii@aftermarket.org]; S Bowiing" [iMCEAEX- 
_O=AUTO+20ALLiANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=SBowiing@autoaiiiance.org]; Steve 
Berry" [steve.berry@voivo.com]; Steve Dougias" [SDOUGLAS@autoaiiiance.org]; 


Ex. 7 


(Voikswagen of America, inc.)" i Ex. 7 @vw.com]; T Coiumbus" 
[tcoiumbus@steptoe.com]; Tayf6f‘Davrs’’‘[davTstayior@johndeere.com]; Teri Kowaiski (Toyota 
Technicai Center USA, inc.)" [teri.Kowaiski@tema.toyota.com]; Terry Goff 
[goff_terry_a@cat.com]; Uzei Memed" [memed.uzel@voivo.com]; Vic Meioche" 
[vic.meioche@detroitdiesei.com]; Waiter Lewis (Porsche Cars of North America, inc.)" 
[wiewis@porschecars.com]; Warren Kotacska" [wkotacska@coioniai-chemicai.com]; Warren 
Siodowske" [iMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLiANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=WarrenSiodowske@autoaiiiance.org]; 
Wiiheim Haii (BMW of North America, inc.)" [Wilhelm.Haii@bmwna.com]; Yuri Kaiish" 
[yuri.kaiish@detroitdiesei.com]; Zafar Shaikh" [fshaikh@ford.com]; Sheiia James" 
[sjames@autoaiiiance.org]; Luis Cervantes, Jr." [idc@cervantes-deigado.com]; Thomas, Donaid" 
[DThomas@terraindustries.com]; Lonsdaie, Barry" [BLonsdaie@terraindustries.com]; John 
Lounsbury" [jm.iounsbury@sympatico.ca]; Groeneveid, Michei" [michei.groeneveid@dureai.com]; 
Dan Giiiigan" [dgiiiigan@pmaa.org]; KAYLC@kochind.com>;"Simnick, James J" 
[James.Simnick@bp.com]; Simnick, James J" [James.Simnick@bp.com]; Brodt-Giies, Debbie" 
[Debbie_Brodt_Giies@nrei.gov]; Ciaassen, Matt" [CLAASSEM@kochind.com]; Mark S. Morgan, 
Esq." [mmorganptsa@cox.net]; Christopher Pett" [Christopher.Pett@integer-research.com]; 
Johnson Joy" [joy.johnson@voivo.com]; Rasto Brezny" [rbrezny@meca.org]; Brandon Wright" 
[bwright@pmaa.org]; robert.aman@skf.com>;[shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com]; 
shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com>;"Friedrich Krahn" [friedrich.krahn@daimier.com]; Friedrich 
Krahn" [friedrich.krahn@daimier.com]; thomas.troeger@rehau.com>;[manoj.tummaia@gm.com]; 
manoj.tummaia@gm.com>;"Aiien Armstrong" [Saies@industriaisoiutionservices.net]; Aiien 
Armstrong" [Saies@industriaisoiutionservices.net]; obert 
Peavyhouse/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;[toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp]; 
toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp>;[kato@hino.com]; kato@hino.com>;[danieis@hino.com]; 
danieis@hino.com>;[gevait2@comcast.net]; gevait2@comcast.net>;"Dennis Bacheider" 
[bacheiderd@api.org]; Dennis Bacheider" [bachelderd@api.org]; 
ferrickk@api.org>;[gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com]; 
gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com>;[wschaefer@truckmfgs.org]; 
wschaefer@truckmfgs.org>;[r. boeker@aiumag.de]; 
r.boeker@aiumag.de>;[asmith714@yahoo.com]; 
asmith714@yahoo.com>;[rsompei@cfindustries.com]; 
rsompei@cfindustries.com>;[susan. ieach@gm.com]; 

susan.ieach@gm.com>;[saverio.verduci@gm.com]; saverio.verduci@gm.com>;"Richard 
Moskowitz" [rmoskowitz@trucking.org]; Richard Moskowitz" [rmoskowitz@trucking.org]; 
erich@thebeckercompanies.com>;"Greg Shank (Mack Trucks)" [greg.shank@voivo.com]; Greg 
Shank (Mack Trucks)" [greg.shank@voivo.com]; Amy Liiiy (American Honda Motor Company, 
inc.)" [iMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLiANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Amy+20Liiiy+20+28Ameri 
can+20Honda+20Motor+20Company+2C+20inc+2E+29@autoaiiiance.org]; 
jimcoiiura@nefi.com>;[shane@nefi.com]; shane@nefi.com>;[brent.caicut@detroitdiesei.com]; 
brent.caicut@detroitdiesei.com>;[haifano@natso.com]; haifano@natso.com>;"Barry Feirice 
(Chrysier LLC)" [iMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLiANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Barry+20Feirice+20+28Da 
imierChrysier+20Corporation+29@autoaiiiance.org]; Barry Feirice (Chrysier LLC)" [iMCEAEX- 
_O=AUTO+20ALLiANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Barry+20Feirice+20+28Da 
imierChrysier+20Corporation+29@autoaiiiance.org]; dd28@chrysier.com>;[rrm6@chrysier.com]; 
rrm6@chrysier.com>;[srm2@chrysier.com]; srm2@chrysier.com>;"Chris Bostwick" 
[cb41@chrysier.com]; Chris Bostwick" [cb41@chrysier.com]; 


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kiaus.iand@daimler.com>;[rudolf. thom@daimler.com]; 
rudolf.thom@daimler.com>;[simon.godwin@daimler.com]; 

Simon.godwin@daimier.com>;[dbilby@cfindustries.com]; 
dbilby@cfindustries.com>;[shawn.whitacre@cummins.com]; 

shawn.whitacre@cummins.com>;"Loren K. Beard" [LKB@Chrysler.com]; Loren K. Beard" 
[LKB@Chrysier.com]; mansour.masoudi@us.bosch.com>;[andy.arendt@chsinc.com]; 
andy.arendt@chsinc.com>;[wcherz@tfi.org]; wcherz@tfi.org>;[mikedelaney@freightiiner.com]; 
mikedeianey@freightiiner.com>;[ad iamond@cfindustries.com]; 

adiamond@cfindustries.com>;[kdoran@quixotegroup.com]; kdoran@quixotegroup.com>;"Roger 
Gault (Engine Manufacturers Association)" [rgault@emamail.org]; Roger Gault (Engine 
Manufacturers Association)" [rgault@emamail.org]; kingsley.maunder@integer- 
research.com>;"Larry Robertson (DaimlerChrysler Corporation)" [IMCEAEX- 
_0=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Larry+20Robertson+20+2 
8DaimlerChrysier+20Corporation+29@autoailiance.org]; Larry Robertson (DaimlerChrysler 
Corporation)" [IMCEAEX- 

_0=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OLI=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Larry+20Robertson+20+2 
8DaimierChrysler+20Corporation+29@autoailiance.org]; david.uschwald@purem- 
na.com>;[mz10@chrysler.com]; mz10@chrys!er.com>;[alistair.wallace@integer-research.com]; 
aiistair.waliace@integer-research.com>[] 

From: "Patrick Kelly" 

Sent: Thur 2/21/2008 2:02:22 PM 

Subject: SCR Stakeholder Group Presentation materials for today's meeting 



For those calling into the first part of today's meetings, a presentation is attached. 

As a reminder, the call in number is 1-866-443-0059; conference code 202 682 8233. 

Regards, 

Patrick Kelly 
API 


From: Giedrius Ambrozaitis [mailto:gambrozaitis(5)autoalliance.org] 

Sent: Friday, February 15, 2008 4:23 PM 

To: Giedrius Ambrozaitis; Allen Schaeffer (Diesel Tech Forum); Alyssa Werthman (Ford Motor Company); 
Andrew Kosiak; Anita Rajan (Mitsubishi Motors R&D of America); Anna-Maria Schneider (Toyota Motor 
North America, Inc.); Atit Amin; Barbara Nocera (Mazda North American Operations); Brendan Foster; C 
Moughlor; Casimer Andary; Chris Nevers; Christine Lambert (Ford Motor Company); Clifford Dean; D 
Wyeany; Dale Kardos (Dale Kardos & Associates, LLC); David Kayes; David Shaw; Dennis Smith; Doug 
McGregor (BMW of North America, Inc.); Ed Kulik (Ford Motor Company); Edward Cohen (Honda North 
America, Inc.); Eric Schneider (Mercedes Benz); F Lockwood; Frank Rutten; Fred Sciance (General Motors 
Corporation); G Croce; Greg Dana; Greg McAfee; Gregory Scott (Kelley Drye Collier Shannon); Hauke 
Braack; I Tepsa; Ichiro Sakai (Honda); J Barr; J Fellman; J Suchecki; Jackie Bell; Jackie Yeager; Jamie Song; 
Jean Fellenberg; Jean Johnson; Jim Spooner; Joerg Debus; John Cabaniss (Association of International 
Automobile Manufacturers); John Eichberger (National Assoc of Conv Stores); John Rugge (Subaru of 
America, Inc.); Joseph Kaufman (ConocoPhillips); Julie Becker; K Pnystrom; Karl Simon (EPA); Karl Tasik; 
Ken Howden; Kevin Kokrda (Engine Manufacturers Association); L Enrocco; Lance Tunick; Larry Northup; 
Line Wehrly; M Buezek; Marcel de Kort; Mark Busch; Matthew Kevnick (Toyota Technical Center USA, 
Inc.); Michael Koss; Michael Potter (General Motors Corporation); Oliver Baer; Owen Busch; Patrick Kelly; 
Patrick Lammers; Patrik Klintbom; Rich Bell (Ford Motor Company); Richard Baker (Ford Motor 
Company); Robert Babik (General Motors Corporation); Robert Fasnacht; Robert Hagenaars; Robert 
Jorgensen; Robert M. Clarke; Robert Rupert; Rochelle Neal; Rosemary Perry; Ross Johnson; Ryan Carroll; 


S Bowling; Steve Berry; Steve Douglas; 


Ex. 7 


'[(Volkswagen of America, lnc.);T Columbus; Taylor 


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Davis; Teri Kowalski (Toyota Technical Center USA, Inc.); Terry Goff; Uzel Memed; Vic Meloche; Walter Lewis 
(Porsche Cars of North America, Inc.); Warren Kotacska; Warren Slodowske; Wilhelm Hall (BMW of North America, 
Inc.); Yuri Kalish; Zafar Shaikh; Sheila James; 'Luis Cervantes, Jr.'; 'Thomas, Donald'; 'Lonsdale, Barry'; 'John 
Lounsbury'; 'Groeneveld, Michel'; 'Dan Gilligan'; 'KAYLC@kochind.com'; 'Simnick, James J'; 'Brodt-Giles, Debbie'; 
'Claassen, Matt'; 'Mark S. Morgan, Esq.'; 'Christopher Pett'; 'Johnson Joy'; 'Rasto Brezny'; 'Brandon Wright'; 
'robert.aman@skf.com'; 'shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com'; Friedrich Krahn; 'thomas.troeger@rehau.com'; 
'manoj.tummala@gm.com'; Allen Armstrong; 'peavyhouse.robert@epa.gov'; 'toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp'; 
'kato@hino.com'; 'daniels@hino.com'; 'gevalt2@comcast.net'; Dennis Bachelder; 'ferrickk@api.org'; 
'gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com'; 'wschaefer@truckmfgs.org'; 'r.boeker@alumag.de'; asmith714@yahoo.com; 
rsompel@cfindustries.com; susan.leach@gm.com; saverio.verduci@gm.com; Richard Moskowitz; 
erich@thebeckercompanies.com; Greg Shank (MackTrucks); Amy Lilly (American Honda Motor Company, Inc.); 
jimcollura@nefi.com; shane@nefi.com; brent.calcut@detroitdiesel.com; halfano@natso.com; Barry Felrice 
(Chrysler LLC); 'dd28@chrysler.com'; 'rrm6@chrysler.com'; 'srm2@chrysler.com'; Chris Bostwick; 
'klaus.land@daimler.com'; 'rudolf.thom@daimler.com'; 'simon.godwin@daimler.com'; 'dbilby@cfindustries.com'; 
'shawn.whitacre@cummins.com'; Loren K. Beard; 'mansour.masoudi@us.bosch.com'; 'andy.arendt@chsinc.com'; 
'wcherz@tfi.org'; 'mikedelaney@freightliner.com'; 'adiamond@cfindustries.com'; 'kdoran@quixotegroup.com'; 
Roger Gault (Engine Manufacturers Association); 'kingsley.maunder@integer-research.com'; 'Larry Robertson 
(DaimlerChrysler Corporation)'; 'david.uschwald@purem-na.com'; 'mzlO@chrysler.com'; 
'alistair.wallace@integer-research.com' 

Subject: SCR Stakeholder Group - Next meetings February 21 starting @ 10 am in Washington DC 


This is a reminder notice that the next SCR Stakeholder Group meeting and the next DEF "Starburst" Quality 
Subcommittee meeting will both be held on February 21 at the American Petroleum Institute offices (1220 L 
Street, NW Washington, DC 20005-4070), beginning at 10:00 AM EST. The call-in number will be 1-866-443-0059 
with I Non-Responsive for both meetings. A working lunch will be provided. 

The first meeting will be the DEF "Starburst" Quality Subcommittee and will start at 10:00 am EST. 


The second meeting will be the SCR Stakeholder Group and will start at 12:15 pm EST (right after lunch). 

For lunch headcount planning, please RSVP to Alicia Raymond of API (email: raymonda@api.org) if you are 
planning to attend in person. 


Attached please find the agendas for the February 21 meetings, the draft minutes from the last meeting on 
January 9, the corrected minutes from the November 29th meeting and the excel list of participants. 


The SCR Stakeholder Group (formerly called the Urea Stakeholder Group) is made up of industries, organizations 
and companies interested in urea for mobile source applications. 

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Participants include: 

- Government (US Department of Energy, EPA) 

- Automotive and heavy-duty engine and truck manufacturer trade associations 

- Fuel retailer and truck stop trade associations 

- Oil companies 

- Urea distributors 


The main objectives of the SCR Stakeholder Group are: 

To exchange information with US government and other potential urea stakeholders on the potential market and 
need for urea availability. 

To consider effective education and outreach to consumers and commercial concerns about urea, its use and 
availability. 

To engage potential providers of urea availability to determine the conditions necessary for provision of retail 
availability before a profitable market exists. 


If you have any questions concerning the SCR Stakeholder Group or the meeting, please call me at (248) 357- 
4796. 

Sincerely, 

Giedrius Ambrozaitis 

Manager of Mobile Sources 

Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers 

Tel. (248) 357-4796 

email: gambrozaitis@autoalliance.org 


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Diesel Exhaust Fluid Certification 
Program 

SCR Stakeholder Group 
February 21, 2008 


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■rgy^^^ /I 

Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) 

Certification Program 

Primary goal: To ensure that diesel exhaust fluids meeting industry- 
established requirements are readily available 

• Voluntary program that certifies and monitors diesel exhaust fluid 
performance 

• Licenses use of DEF mark on diesel exhaust fluid that meets ISO 
22241 standard 

• Certification from manufacturer to point-of-sale 

• Established through agreement between API and USCAR? 


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API’S Role 


• Certify against industry-recognized standards 

• Authorize licensed companies to use registered mark on 
packaging and in conjunction with bulk sales 

• Provide Directory of Licensees on-line in real-time 

• Sample and test licensed products purchased in marketplace 
or gathered from licensed manufacturers 

• Take enforcement actions against marketers and 
manufacturers not meeting certification requirements or 
misusing DEF mark 


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Benefits of Certification 


• Helps to ensure availability of diesel exhaust fluid meeting 
industry-recognized standards 

• Identifies which products meet diesel engine manufacturer 
requirements and helps consumers find products meeting 
those requirements 

• Gives consumers a choice of quality products from which to 
choose 

• Helps reduce NOx emissions 

• Provides rigorous monitoring of products in marketplace 

• Takes enforcement action against companies not meeting 
diesel engine manufacturer requirements 


1220 L Street, NW • Washington, DC 20005-4070 • www.api.org 


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Performance Requirements and Program 
Documentation 

• ISO 22241 Parts 1,2 and 3 

• API licensing guide [explanation of program, rules on use of 
mark, reference to ISO 22241, explanation of monitoring and 
enforcement, rules beyond those in ISO 22241 (if needed)] 

• API license application (ideally, on-line application process 
plus license agreement) 

• Promotional literature 

• On-line Directory of Licensees 


1220 L Street, NW • Washington, DC 20005-4070 • www.api.org 


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Certification Types 

• Producer—manufactures DEF meeting ISO 22241 

• Bulk distributor—distributes DEF to packagers, 
installers, and branders 

• Packager—packages DEF meeting ISO 22241 and 
sells to installers 

• Brander—sells DEF meeting ISO 22241 under 
unique brand name to installers 


1220 L street, NW • Washington, DC 20005-4070 • www.api.org 


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Certification Types continued 

• Commitment from all licensees to distinguish 
certified DEF from other urea products 

• Method for clearly drawing distinction between 
certified DEF and uncertified 


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Product Data and Information 


Examples of information required for licensing 

• Product name and batch numbering scheme for bulk products 

• Product name and container identification numbering scheme 
(traceability code) for packaged products (including IBCs and 
drums) 

- Batch number and/or container IDs must be legible 

- Both must enable traceability from point of manufacture to 
installation 


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New York Oil Co. 


John Smith 


PART D—PRODUCT TRACEABILITY CODE (Example) 


_ rn _ 

Name of Company License no. 

_ November 3. 1992 

Name of Preparer Date 


212 726-5000 _ 212 726-5001 _ 

Telephone FAX 

(if outside United States and Canada, include country and city code.) 

1. Brand Name _ New York Supreme _ 

2. Viscosity Grade _ 10W-30 _ 

3. Product Traceability Code 

Insert here and down the vertical column below the alphanumeric characters that comprise your product 
traceability code. The code must include your formulation identifiers. 



On the blank lines below, identify the meaning of the alphanumeric characters used in your product 
traceability code. Use the reverse side if additional space is needed. 

Characters 

From Above Interpretation 


□ 


j Plant Location 

□ 


1 Proprietary; not necessary for formulation identification 

D 

□ 


j Specific formulation 

1 Not relevant to this matter 

0 


1 Proprietary; not necessary for formulation identification 

□ 


1 This line & next two indicate the day ofthe year the product was manufactured 

0 


j See above 

0 


1 See above s 

□ 


1 Time of manufacture: 1 = a.m.; 2 = p.m.; etc. 



1 Year of manufacture: 1 = 2001; 2 = 2002; etc. i 


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DEF Audit Program 


Modeled after EOLCS Aftermarket Audit Program 

• Samples drawn from marketplace annually (packaged and bulk) 

- Blind-number coded and shipped to test lab 

- Identity of sample known only by API 

- Sample undergoes series of tests 

- Test results evaluated and licensee notified of results 

- Enforcement action taken as needed (varies from assurance of 
correction to cancellation of license or recall) 

• Packaged products inspected for proper use of mark 

• Bulk shipment paperwork audited (see attached flow chart of 
potential sampling opportunities) 

• Summary report delivered to governing committees and other 
interested parties 

• Emphasis on protection of proprietary information 


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Audit Testing 

• Tests proposed at last meeting 

- Refractive index 

- Alkalinity 

- Aldehydes 

- Elements (phosphate, calcium, iron, copper, etc) 

- Are these it? 


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Characteristics 

Unit 

Limits 

Test methods 




%{mAn)^ 


33,2 

ISO 22241-2 Annexe® 

ISO 22241-2 Annexe® 

Density at 20 

kg/m^ 

1 087,0 

1 093,0 

ISO 3675 or ISO 12185 

Refractive index at 20 °C 

— 

1,381 4 

1,384 3 

ISO 22241-2 Annex C 

Alkalinity as NH 3 

% (m/m) 

— 

0,2 

ISO 22241-2 Annex D 

Biuret 

% (m/m) ^ 

— 

0,3 

ISO 22241-2 Annex E 

Aldehydes 

mg/kg 

— 

5 

ISO 22241-2 Annex F 

Insoluble matter 

mg/kg 

— 

20 

ISO 22241-2 Annexe 

Phosphate (PO 4 ) 

mg/kg 

— 

0,5 

ISO 22241-2 Annex H 

Calcium 

mg/kg 

— 

0,5 

ISO 22241-2 Annex 1 

Iron 

mg/kg 

— 

0,5 

Copper 

mg/kg 

— 

0,2 

Zinc 

mg/kg 

— 

0,2 

Chromium 

mg/kg 

— 

0,2 

Nickel 

mg/kg 

— 

0,2 

Aluminium 

mg/kg 

— 

0,5 

Magnesium 

mg/kg 

— 

0.5 

Sodium 

mg/kg 

— 

0,5 

Potassium 

mg/kg 

— 

0,5 

Identity 

— 

identical to reference 

ISO 22241-2 Annex J 



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Audit Testing continued 


• Tests plus collection costs around $1,500 to $2,000 
per sample 

• Considering best way to ensure statistically relevant 
random sampling across USA 

• Testing conducted in accordance with ISO 22241-2 

• Amount of DEF required for 
testing/retesting/challenge of results? 

• Conformance judged within precision of test 
methods (Annex B ISO 22241-1 and -2) 


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Program Governance 


• API Committee on Special Programs (oversees dollars and 
cents of program) 

• API Marketing Committee: agreed that Special Programs 
Committee should evaluate merits of new program 

• Designated technical committee needed to provide program 
oversight 

- SCR Stakeholder Group? 

- Joint OEM/API/marketer group? 

• API recommends joint committee: one or two representatives 
from EMA, the Alliance, API, urea manufacturers, and 
licensed marketers 


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• VDA model 

- Agreement between marketer and VDA 

- One-time fee paid to VDA (11,000 € to 20,000 €) 

- Additional yearly fees to cover costs of program 

• No audit program 

• Does VDA publish list of licensees? 

• Website locator does not provide list 


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Fees continued 


• Considering annual fee for marketer 

• What’s a marketer? 

- “Marketing organization responsible for integrity of brand name and 
representation of branded product in marketplace” 

- “Marketer solely responsible for ensuring that performance 
characteristics of certified DEF meet all requirements for 
certification program” 

• Identification of role (producer, bulk distributor, packager, 
blender) required 

• Volume-of-sale fee also being considered (for example, for 
engine oil, $0.0015 per gallon of licensed oil sold or $1,500 per 
million gallons sold) 


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Fees continued 


• Tiax study estimates volume of DEF through 2015 

• Estimates of potential number of marketers scarce 

• Nearly all North American engine oil licensees 
(approximately 240) market diesel engine oils 

• Is this reflective of number of potential DEF 
certifications? 


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DEF Certification Deveiopment and 
introduction 



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Next Steps 

• Work group hammers out details of program 

• API and SCR Stakeholder Group determine governance 

• Obtain Special Programs Committee approval 


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To: Line Wehriy/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;[ken.howden@ee.doe.gov]; 

ken.howden@ee.doe.gov>[] 

JBECKER@autoaiiiarice.org>; Ex. 7 

rnianTaFmaFDC70SEP/V0s@E 


4:52:25 PM 

Subject: Light-Duty Clean Diesel Technologies Session 
Hi Line and Ken: 


Ex. 7 

"sent: Thur 272172008 


I wanted to check with both of you to find out what kind of progress 
you've made on lining up presentations from the Government side for the 
Light Duty Clean Diesel Technologies Session at the upcoming SAE 
Government Industry meeting. 


Currently I have one confirmed presentation from the industrY_sidej 
Upcoming Volkswagen Models with Clean Diesel Technology- 


Ex. 7 


I also have some potential presentations that I can pursue: 1) The role 
of turbochargers in passenger vehicle diesel engines - Honeywell; and 2) 
New aftertreatment technologies for passenger vehicle diesel engines - 
Corning 


I know that historically we have tried to keep the number of 
presentations to no more than 4 or 5 to allow adequate time for Q & A's. 


If I can get a sense from both of you as to how many Government 
presentations you envision then I will have a better idea of how many 
industry presentations I can pursue keeping in mind that the deadline 
for submission of the session presentation titles and names of 
presenters is due back to SAE by 2/29. 

I look forward to hearing from you. 

Best regards, 


Ex. 7 


-Original Message- 

From: Tanman.Arman(S)epamail.epa.gov [mailto:Tanman.Arman@epamail.epa.gov] 

Sent: Monday, February 11, 2008 9:01 AM 

To: i__J Wehrly.Linc@epamail.epa.gov 

Cc: I Ex. 7 iJBECKER@autoalliance.org; 


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ken.howden@ee.doe.gov; i Ex. 7 | 

Subject: Re: FW: Trying to get organizers for the SAE Enviro/Energy 
Sessions 


Hi 


Ex. 7: 


The ERA person for the Light Duty Diesel Session will be Line Wehrly, 
his info is below: 


-Tuesday, May 13 @ 9:15am This session will explore new technologies 
for light-duty diesels and the technological hurdles and marketing 
strategies that are underway to gain consumer acceptance for diesel 
engines. Vehicle manufactures will reveal their plans on introducing 
diesel engines to the U.S. market. 

Organizers: 

ERA: Line Wehrly- USERA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions 
Laboratory/OAR, 2565 Rlymouth Road , Mail Code: AALDVG, Ann Arbor, Ml 
48105, Tel: 734-214-4917 Email: wehrly.linc@epa.gov 
DOE: Ken Howden, DOE, email: ken.howden@ee.doe.gov 
Industry: I Ex "7 i 

i_} 

Thanks to all for your help in organizing this session, Arman 


Ex. 7 


Arman Tanman/DC/USERA/US@ERA 
02/08/2008 12:47 cc 

RM <JBECKER@autoalliance.org>, 

<ken.howden@ee.doe.gov>, 

I Ex. 7 i 


Subject 

FW: Trying to get organizers for 
the SAE Enviro/Energy Sessions 


Hi Arman, 


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I will be the Industry Representative for the Light Duty Diesel Session 
at the upcoming SAE Government Industry meeting (9:30am, 5/13). 

I am already aware of interest on the part of at least one of my VW 
colleagues who wants to make a presentation. I have copied Ken Howden 
from DOE (DOE Gov. co-chair), Julie Becker from the Auto Alliance, but I 
do not have an e-mail address for Line Wehrly (ERA Gov. co-chair). If 
you could provide me with Line's e-mail address, I would greatly 
appreciate it. I will contact my co-chairs for this session and begin 
to put together the list of presentations. 

If you are aware of any industry representatives who have expressed an 
interest to make a presentation at this session, please let me know. 

Best regards, 
iBcTI 

I_j 


-Original Message- 


Ex. 7 


From: 

Sent: thuTscfay/FebfLiary 07, 2008 10:50 AM 
To: 'Tanman.Arman@epamail.epa.gov' 

Cc: J 

Iex. 7i 

Subjecf:'KE':"Tfymg fb'get bTpn1zefsT6TTTie'57^E'Tnwo7E'nefgV Sessions 


Ex. 7 


Hi Arman, 


You are correct that I had volunteered to get you an industry session 
organizer for the 9:30am Light-Duty Diesel Technologies session on 
Tuesday, May 13th, during the SAE Government Industry Meeting . I am 
checking with my VW colleagues in Michigan and they will get back to me 
tomorrow with a definite answer. If they are not available to chair the 
session, then I will accept the responsibility myself. I will have a 
name for you by COB tomorrow. 

I know that my VW colleagues have expressed an interest to give one or 
two presentations for the session. Do you know if Line Wehrly - USEPA 
National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR or Ken Howden - DOE 
have heard from any potential presenters for the government side? 

I also know that Julie Becker from the Alliance sent out a request for 
participation in the Environmental Sessions at G/l but I'm not sure if 
she received any response in the Light Duty Diesel area. 


Best regards, ,, 

I 

Ex. 7 


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Ex. 7 


Light Duty Clean Diesel Technologies 
9:30 a.m. 

This session will explore new technologies for light-duty diesels and 
the technological hurdles and marketing strategies that are underway to 
gain consumer acceptance for diesel engines. 

Vehicle manufactures will reveal their plans on introducing diesel 
engines to the U.S. market. 


-Original Message- 

From: Tanman.Arman@epamail.epa.gov [mailto:Tanman.Arman@epamail.epa.gov] 
Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2008 10:09 AM 


To: I Ex. 7 

Subje'ctrTrymgTd get organizers for the SAE Enviro/Energy Sessions 


We are still trying to get all the organizers for the 10 session we 
have identified. We have most of the industry organizers identified 
and at least one organizer for the government side. I am working 
with Ken Flowden in DOE for some of the other gov. organizers. One we 
are missing an industry organizer for is the Light-Duty Clean Diesel 
Technologies session. I think you had volunteered to be the industry 
organizer, but I can't remember. Are you still interested or can 
you recommend someone? 

Thanks, 

Arman 

(See attached file: SAE 2008 Evnviro+Enrgy Sessions & Organizers.doc) 
Arman Tanman 

Mechanical/Environmental Engineer 
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 

Office of Transportation and Air Quality Compliance and Innovative 
Strategies Division (6405J) 1200 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. 

Washington, D.C. 20460 
(202) 343-9326 phone 
(202) 343-2803 fax 

Physical location/ Courier Mailing Address: 

1310 L Street, N.W. (6405J) 

Washington, D.C. 20005 


(See attached file: SAE 2008 Evnviro+Enrgy Sessions & Organizers.doc) 


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To: "Giedrius Ambrozaitis" [gambrozaitis@autoalliance.org]; Alien Schaeffer (Diesel Tech 

Forum)" [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Allen+20Schaeffer+20+28 
Diesel+20Tech+20Forum+29@autoalliance.org]; Aiyssa Werthman (Ford Motor Company)" 
[IMCEAEX- 

_0=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Alyssa+20Werthman+20+ 
28Ford+20Motor+20Company+29@autoalliance.org]; Andrew Kosiak" [AKosiak@tuthill.com]; 
Anita Rajan (Mitsubishi Motors R&D of America)" [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Anita+20Rajan+20+28Mits 
ubishi+20Motors+20R+26D+20of+20America+29@autoalliance.org]; Anna-Maria Schneider 
(Toyota Motor North America, Inc.)" [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Anna- 
Maria+20Schneider+20+28Mitsubishi+20Motors+20R+26D+20of+20America+2C+20lnc+2E+29 
@autoalliance.org]; Atit Amin" [atit.amin@exxonmobil.com]; Barbara Nocera (Mazda North 
American Operations)" [IMCEAEX- 

_0=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Barbara+20Nocera+20+2 
8Mazda+20North+20American+200perations+29@autoalliance.org]; Brendan Foster" 
[brendan@benecor.net]; C Moughlor" [camoughior@ashland.com]; Casimer Andary" 
[candary@autoaliiance.org]; hris Nevers/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;"Christine Lambert (Ford Motor 
Company)" [ciamber9@ford.com]; Christine Lambert (Ford Motor Company)" 
[ciamber9@ford.com]; iifford Dean/DC/USEPA/US@EPA;"D Wyeany" [dwyeany@ashland.com]; 
D Wyeany" [dwyeany@ashland.com]; Dale Kardos (Dale Kardos & Associates, LLC)" 
[dale.kardos@motorvehicieregs.com]; David Kayes" [davidkayes@freightline.com]; David Shaw" 
[dshaw@cieanemissionfluids.com]; Smith, Dennis A (HQ)" [dennis.a.smith@ee.doe.gov]; Doug 
McGregor (BMW of North America, Inc.)" [doug.mcgregor@bmwna.com]; Ed Kulik (Ford Motor 
Company)" [ekulik@ford.com]; Edward Cohen (Honda North America, Inc.)" 
[Edward_Cohen@hna.honda.com]; Eric Schneider (Mercedes Benz)" 
[eric.a.schneider@mbusa.com]; F Lockwood" [felockwoodashland@com.rtp.epa.gov]; Frank 
Rutten" [Frank.Rutten@shell.com]; Fred Sciance (General Motors Corporation)" 
[fred.sciance@gm.com]; G Croce" [GCroce@chevron.com]; Greg Dana" 
[GDANA@autoailiance.org]; Greg McAfee" [greg.mcafee@chsinc.com]; Gregory Scott (Kelley 
Drye Collier Shannon)" [GScott@KelleyDrye.com]; Hauke Braack" 
[hauke.braack@exxonmobil.com]; I Tepsa" [itepsa@aol.com]; Ichiro Sakai (Honda)" 
[lchiro_Sakai@ahm.honda.com]; J Barr" [jbarr@ryder.com]; J Fellman" 
[jfeiiman@nacsonline.com]; J Suchecki" [jsuchecki@emamail.org]; Jackie Bell" 
[jackie.beil@paccar.com]; Jackie Yeager" [jackie.m.yeager@cummins.com]; Jamie Song" 
[jsong@meca.org]; Jean Feilenberg" [jfelienberg@sbcglobal.net]; Jean Johnson" 
[jjohnson@autoaliiance.org]; Jim Spooner" [jspooner@colonial-chemical.com]; Joerg Debus" 
[Joerg.J.Debus@sheii.com]; John Cabaniss (Association of International Automobile 
Manufacturers)" [jcabaniss@aiam.org]; John Eichberger (National Assoc of Conv Stores)" 
Oeichberger@nacsonline.com]; John Rugge (Subaru of America, Inc.)" Orugge@subaru.com]; 
Joseph Kaufman (ConocoPhiilips)" Ooseph.w.kaufman@conocophillips.com]; Julie Becker" 
[JBECKER@autoaliiance.org]; K Pnystrom" [kpnystrom@agriliance.com]; arl 
Simon/DC/USEPA/US@EPA;"Karl Tasik" [karl.tasik@volvo.com]; Karl Tasik" 
[kari.tasik@voivo.com]; Howden, Ken C (HQ)" [ken.howden@ee.doe.gov]; Kevin Kokrda (Engine 
Manufacturers Association)" [kkokrda@emamail.org]; L Enrocco" [lenrocco@hotmaii.com]; Lance 
Tunick" [tunick@vsci.net]; Larry Northup" [larry.northup@aftermarket.org]; inc 
Wehriy/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;"M Buczek" [mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; M Buczek" 
[mbuczek@venturepointresearch.com]; Marcel de Kort" [marceldekort@greenchem-adbiue.com]; 
Mark Busch" [mbusch@cieanemissionfiuids.com]; Matthew Kevnick (Toyota Technical Center 
USA, Inc.)" [matthew.kevnick@tema.toyota.com]; Michael Koss" [michaei_koss@verizon.net]; 
Michael Potter (General Motors Corporation)" [michael.a.potter@gm.com]; Oliver Baer" 
[obaer@cleanemissionfiuids.com]; Owen Busch" [owenbusch@earthlink.net]; Patrick Kelly" 
[keiiyp@api.org]; Patrick Lammers" [Patrick.Lammers@univareurope.com]; Patrik Klintbom" 
[patrik.kiintbom@volvo.com]; Rich Beil (Ford Motor Company)" [rbeil1@ford.com]; Richard Baker 
(Ford Motor Company)" [rbaker8@ford.com]; Robert Babik (General Motors Corporation)" 


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[robert.babik@gm.com]; Robert Fasnacht" [robert.fasnacht@voivo.com]; Robert Hagenaars" 
[roberthagenaars@greenchem-adblue.com]; Robert Jorgensen" 

[robert.a.jorgensen@cummins.com]; Robert M. Clarke" [robertmclarke@truckmfgs.org]; Robert 
Rupert" [robert.rupert@dot.gov]; Rochelle Neal" [rlneal@autoailiance.org]; Rosemary Perry" 
[rosemary.perry@aftermarket.org]; Ross Johnson" [Ross.Johnson@yara.com]; Ryan Carroll" 
[ryan.carroil@aftermarket.org]; S Bowling" [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=SBowling@autoaiiiance.org]; Steve 


Berry" [steve.berry@voivo.com]; Steve Douglas" [SDOUGLAS@autoaiiiance.org]; i Ex. 7 
(Volkswagen of America, lnc.)"i Exr? ]@vw.com]; T Columbus" 
[tcoiumbus@steptoe.com]; Taylor Davis" idavistayior@johndeere.com]; Teri Kowalski (Toyota 
Technical Center USA, Inc.)" [teri.Kowalski@tema.toyota.com]; Terry Goff 
[goff_terry_a@cat.com]; Uzel Memed" [memed.uzel@volvo.com]; Vic Meloche" 
[vic.meloche@detroitdiesel.com]; Walter Lewis (Porsche Cars of North America, Inc.)" 
[wlewis@porschecars.com]; Warren Kotacska" [wkotacska@colonial-chemical.com]; Warren 
Slodowske" [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Recipients_cn=WarrenSlodowske@autoailiance.org]; 
Wilhelm Hall (BMW of North America, Inc.)" [Wilhelm.Hail@bmwna.com]; Yuri Kalish" 
[yuri.kalish@detroitdiesel.com]; Zafar Shaikh" [fshaikh@ford.com]; Sheila James" 
[sjames@autoalliance.org]; Luis Cervantes, Jr." [ldc@cervantes-delgado.com]; Thomas, Donald" 
[DThomas@terraindustries.com]; Lonsdale, Barry" [BLonsdale@terraindustries.com]; John 
Lounsbury" [jm.lounsbury@sympatico.ca]; Groeneveld, Michel" [michel.groeneveld@dureal.com]; 
Dan Gilligan" [dgilligan@pmaa.org]; KAYLC@kochind.com>;"Simnick, James J" 
[James.Simnick@bp.com]; Simnick, James J" [James.Simnick@bp.com]; Claassen, Matt" 
[CLAASSEM@kochind.com]; Mark S. Morgan, Esq." [mmorganptsa@cox.net]; Christopher Pett" 
[Christopher.Pett@integer-research.com]; Johnson Joy" Ooy.johnson@volvo.com]; Rasto Brezny" 
[rbrezny@meca.org]; Brandon Wrighf [bwright@pmaa.org]; 
robert.aman@skf.com>;[shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com]; 

shauncmmsusa@nycap.rr.com>;"Friedrich Krahn" [friedrich.krahn@daimler.com]; Friedrich 
Krahn" [friedrich.krahn@daimler.com]; thomas.troeger@rehau.com>;[manoj.tummala@gm.com]; 
manoj.tummala@gm.com>;"Allen Armstrong" [Sales@industrialsolutionservices.net]; Allen 
Armstrong" [Sales@industrialsolutionservices.net]; obert 
Peavyhouse/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;[toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp]; 
toshiya.shiozawa@hino.co.jp>;[kato@hino.com]; kato@hino.com>;[daniels@hino.com]; 
daniels@hino.com>;[gevalt2@comcast.net]; gevait2@comcast.net>;[bachelderd@api.org]; 
bachelderd@api.org>;[ferrickk@api.org]; ferrickk@api.org>;[gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com]; 
gsgutowski@aaamichigan.com>;[wschaefer@truckmfgs.org]; 
wschaefer@truckmfgs.org>;[r. boeker@alumag.de]; 
r.boeker@alumag.de>;[asmith714@yahoo.com]; 
asmith714@yahoo.com>;[rsompel@cfindustries.com]; 
rsompei@cfindustries.com>;[susan. Ieach@gm.com]; 

susan.leach@gm.com>;[saverio.verduci@gm.com]; saverio.verduci@gm.com>;"Richard 
Moskowitz" [rmoskowitz@trucking.org]; Richard Moskowitz" [rmoskowitz@trucking.org]; 
erich@thebeckercompanies.com>;"Greg Shank (Mack Trucks)" [greg.shank@volvo.com]; Greg 
Shank (Mack Trucks)" [greg.shank@volvo.com]; Amy Lilly (American Honda Motor Company, 
Inc.)" [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Amy+20Lilly+20+28Ameri 
can+20Honda+20Motor+20Company+2C+20lnc+2E+29@autoalliance.org]; 
jimcollura@nefi.com>;[shane@nefi.com]; shane@nefi.com>;[brent.calcut@detroitdiesel.com]; 
brent.caicut@detroitdiesel.com>;[halfano@natso.com]; halfano@natso.com>;"Barry Felrice 
(Chrysler LLC)" [IMCEAEX- 

_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Barry+20Felrice+20+28Da 
imlerChrysler+20Corporation+29@autoalliance.org]; Barry Felrice (Chrysler LLC)" [IMCEAEX- 
_O=AUTO+20ALLIANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Barry+20Felrice+20+28Da 
imlerChrysier+20Corporation+29@autoalliance.org]; dd28@chrysler.com>;[rrm6@chrysler.com]; 
rrm6@chrysier.com>;[srm2@chrysler.com]; srm2@chrysler.com>;"Chris Bostwick" 
[cb41@chrysler.com]; Chris Bostwick" [cb41@chrysier.com]; 


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kiaus.iand@daimler.com>;[rudolf. thom@daimler.com]; 
rudolf.thom@daimler.com>;[simon.godwin@daimler.com]; 

Simon.godwin@daimier.com>;[dbiiby@cfindustries.com]; 
dbilby@cfindustries.com>;[shawn.whitacre@cummins.com]; 

shawn.whitacre@cummins.com>;"Loren K. Beard" [LKB@Chrysler.com]; Loren K. Beard" 
[LKB@Chrysier.com]; mansour.masoudi@us.bosch.com>;[andy.arendt@chsinc.com]; 
andy.arendt@chsinc.com>;[wcherz@tfi.org]; wcherz@tfi.org>;[mikedeianey@freightiiner.com]; 
mikedeianey@freightiiner.com>;[adiamond@cfindustries.com]; 

adiamond@cfindustries.com>;[kdoran@quixotegroup.com]; kdoran@quixotegroup.com>;"Roger 
Gauit (Engine Manufacturers Association)" [rgault@emamaii.org]; Roger Gauit (Engine 
Manufacturers Association)" [rgauit@emamaii.org]; kingsiey.maunder@integer- 
research.com>;"Larry Robertson (DaimierChrysler Corporation)" [iMCEAEX- 
_0=AUTO+20ALLiANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Larry+20Robertson+20+2 
8DaimierChrysier+20Corporation+29@autoailiance.org]; Larry Robertson (DaimierChrysier 
Corporation)" [iMCEAEX- 

_0=AUTO+20ALLiANCE_OU=AAM_cn=Contact+20Management_cn=Larry+20Robertson+20+2 
8DaimierChrysier+20Corporation+29@autoai!iance.org]; david.uschwaid@purem- 
na.com>;[mz10@chrysier.com]; mz10@chrysler.com>;[aiistair.waiiace@integer-research.com]; 
aiistair.waiiace@integer-research.com>;"Smith, Dennis A (HQ)" [dennis.a.smith@ee.doe.gov]; 
Smith, Dennis A (HQ)" [dennis.a.smith@ee.doe.gov]; friedrich.krahn@daimier.com>[] 

From: "Brodt-Giies, Debbie" 

Sent: Thur 2/21/2008 4:54:21 PM 

Subject: DEF Locator Spreadsheet for QEMs to Compiete 

tabie vaiues finai.xis 


in the SCR Stakeholder meeting today, we will be discussing the attached file. It is a spreadsheet that 
should be completed by all OEMs who want their Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) locations included in the DEF 
Locator Tool. All information in each column should be completed as thoroughly as possible. The most 
important element is getting the complete address correct so that when the information is geocoded and 
put into the mapping tool, the maps will be accurate. 

If you have any questions about the fields required or the process for collecting this data, please contact 
me. Also, we are requesting that this information be completed within the next month so that we have a 
good data set to start building the locator. So please provide me with your completed spreadsheets via e- 
mail by March 28th. 

Thank you very much! 

Debbie Brodt-Giies 

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory 

Center for Transportation Technologies and Systems 

1617 Cole Blvd. MS 1633 

Golden, CO 80401 

(303) 275-4440 


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DEF Locator Table Values 


Status Site Name 


Street Address 


E - Existing, Needs to be as complete as 

0 - Out of Service Actual name as displayed at location possible 


City 


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Days and Hours of 


State 

Zip 

Pius 4 

j .... 

Phone Number Operation 

Site Type 

2 letter 
Abbreviation 

5-digit 

plus 4 
digits 

123-123-1234 

D - OEM Dealership, 
S - Gas Station, 

O - Oil Changing 
Facility, 

R - Other Retail 


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Primary Web Site Payment Type 


Dispensing Capability Diesel Fuel Availability 


B - Bottle, 

L - Leak-proof Bottle, Y - Yes, 
Visa, MC, Discover, etc. H - High Flow Pump N - No 


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OPIS# 


Service Available Site Access 


Vehicles Serviced Date Last Confirmed 


Linked to diesel fuel 
stations 

supports navigation 
system requests 


Public, Private, 

DFM - Do it for me. Access Card 

DIY - Do it yourself Required HD, LD, Fleets 10/21/2008 


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To: Line Wehriy/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;[ken.howden@ee.doe.gov]; 

ken.howden@ee.doe.gov>[] 

Cc: Arman Tanman/DC/USEPA/US@EPA:i‘ Ex”'7 

. ExJ . 

From: I Ex. 7 

Sent: Fd'2/29/2608 5:16:57 PM 

Subject: RE: Light-Duty Clean Diesel Technologies Session 

aiorf2008 (VV\A.doc 


Hi Line and Ken: 


Attached is the form requested by Melissa Jena due today. I have filled 
it out for the "Industry" side. I'm assuming that you will (or already 
have) sent in the form for the Government presentations. 


As of today, I only have one firm industry presentation for the Light 
Duty Clean Diesel Technologies Session. Melissa indicates that we can 
still add more presentations to the list after today but we run the risk 
of not having them listed in the final program. 

Please let me know your availability for a conference call sometime 
during next week (the week of March 3rd) so that we can talk about the 
order of the session presentations (government and industry). 

I am available pretty much any day except Tuesday afternoon and Thursday 
morning next week. 


Looking forward to our discussion. 


Best regards, 

Ex. 7 


-Original Message- 

From:! "EicY ] 

Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2008 11:52 AM 
To: Wehrly.Linc@epamail.epa.gov; ken.howden@ee.doe.gov 
Cc: 


Ex. 7 iJBECKER@autoalliance.org; 

'Tanman.Arman@epamail.epa.gov' 

Subject: Light-Duty Clean Diesel Technologies Session 


Ex. 7 


Hi Line and Ken: 


I wanted to check with both of you to find out what kind of progress 

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you've made on lining up presentations from the Government side for the 
Light Duty Clean Diesel Technologies Session at the upcoming SAE 
Government Industry meeting. 


Currently I have one confirmed presentation from the industry sidej 


Upcoming Volkswagen Models with Clean Diesel Technology-j Ex. 7 


I also have some potential presentations that I can pursue: 1) The role 
of turbochargers in passenger vehicle diesel engines - Honeywell; and 2) 
New aftertreatment technologies for passenger vehicle diesel engines - 
Corning 


I know that historically we have tried to keep the number of 
presentations to no more than 4 or 5 to allow adequate time for Q & A's. 


If I can get a sense from both of you as to how many Government 
presentations you envision then I will have a better idea of how many 
industry presentations I can pursue keeping in mind that the deadline 
for submission of the session presentation titles and names of 
presenters is due back to SAE by 2/29. 

I look forward to hearing from you. 

Best regards, 


Ex. 7 


-Original Message- 

From: Tanman.Arman@epamail.epa.gov [mailto:Tanman.Arman@epamail.epa.gov] 

Sent: Monday, February 11, 2008 9:01 AM 

To: [ Ex. 7 Wehrly.Linc@epamail.epa.gov 

Cc: JBECKER@a utoa Ilia nce.org; 

ken.howden@ee.doe.gov; [ Ex. 7 I 

Subject: Re: FW: Trying to get organizers for the SAE Enviro/Energy 
Sessions 


HiiEx.Ti 

L_! 

The ERA person for the Light Duty Diesel Session will be Line Wehrly, 
his info is below: 

-Tuesday, May 13 @ 9:15am This session will explore new technologies 
for light-duty diesels and the technological hurdles and marketing 
strategies that are underway to gain consumer acceptance for diesel 
engines. Vehicle manufactures will reveal their plans on introducing 
diesel engines to the U.S. market. 


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Organizers: 

EPA: Line Wehrly- USEPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions 
Laboratory/OAR, 2565 Plymouth Road , Mail Code: AALDVG, Ann Arbor, Ml 
48105, Tel: 734-214-4917 Email: wehrly.linc@epa.gov 
DOE: Ken Howden, DOE, email: ken.howden@ee.doe.gov 
Industry: [ 'Ex.'7' ^ 


Thanks to all for your help in organizing this session, Arman 


! Ex. 7i 

I j To 

Arma’n fa’nma’ri/DcVuSE PA/US@ E PA 
02/08/200812:47 cc 

PM <JBECKER@autoalliance.org>, 

<ken.howden@ee.doe.gov>, 

I Ex. 7 I 

'’Sub'Ject ' ' ' " 

FW: Trying to get organizers for 
the SAE Enviro/Energy Sessions 


Fli Arman, 

I will be the Industry Representative for the Light Duty Diesel Session 
at the upcoming SAE Government Industry meeting (9:30am, 5/13). 

I am already aware of interest on the part of at least one of my VW 
colleagues who wants to make a presentation. I have copied Ken Flowden 
from DOE (DOE Gov. co-chair), Julie Becker from the Auto Alliance, but I 
do not have an e-mail address for Line Wehrly (EPA Gov. co-chair). If 
you could provide me with Line's e-mail address, I would greatly 
appreciate it. I will contact my co-chairs for this session and begin 
to put together the list of presentations. 

If you are aware of any industry representatives who have expressed an 
interest to make a presentation at this session, please let me know. 

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Best regards, 

Ex!'7l 


-Original Message- 


From:; Ex. 7 I 

Sent: "riTUfS'cIay^'FelDTuary 07, 2008 10:50 AM 
To: 'Tanman.Arman@epamail.epa.gov' 

i Ex. 7 

Subject: RE: Trying to get organizers for the SAE Enviro/Energy Sessions 


Hi Arman, 


You are correct that I had volunteered to get you an industry session 
organizer for the 9:30am Light-Duty Diesel Technologies session on 
Tuesday, May 13th, during the SAE Government Industry Meeting . I am 
checking with my VW colleagues in Michigan and they will get back to me 
tomorrow with a definite answer. If they are not available to chair the 
session, then I will accept the responsibility myself. I will have a 
name for you by COB tomorrow. 

I know that my VW colleagues have expressed an interest to give one or 
two presentations for the session. Do you know if Line Wehriy - USEPA 
National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR or Ken Howden - DOE 
have heard from any potential presenters for the government side? 

I also know that Julie Becker from the Alliance sent out a request for 
participation in the Environmental Sessions at G/l but I'm not sure if 
she received any response in the Light Duty Diesel area. 

Best regards. 


Ex. 7 


Light Duty Clean Diesel Technologies 
9:30 a.m. 

This session will explore new technologies for light-duty diesels and 
the technological hurdles and marketing strategies that are underway to 
gain consumer acceptance for diesel engines. 

Vehicle manufactures will reveal their plans on introducing diesel 
engines to the U.S. market. 


•Original Message- 


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From: Tanman.Arman@epamail.epa.gov [mailto:Tanman.Arman@epamail.epa.gov] 
Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2008 10:09 AM 
To: i Ex. 7 i 

L_: 

Subject: Trying to get organizers for the SAE Enviro/Energy Sessions 


Ex. 7 


Hi_ 

We are still trying to get all the organizers for the 10 session we 
have identified. We have most of the industry organizers identified 
and at least one organizer for the government side. I am working 
with Ken Howden in DOE for some of the other gov. organizers. One we 
are missing an industry organizer for is the Light-Duty Clean Diesel 
Technologies session. I think you had volunteered to be the industry 
organizer, but I can't remember. Are you still interested or can 
you recommend someone? 

Thanks, 

Arman 


(See attached file: SAE 2008 Evnviro+Enrgy Sessions & Organizers.doc) 
Arman Tanman 

Mechanical/Environmental Engineer 
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 

Office of Transportation and Air Quality Compliance and Innovative 
Strategies Division (6405J) 1200 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. 

Washington, D.C. 20460 
(202) 343-9326 phone 
(202) 343-2803 fax 

Physical location/ Courier Mailing Address: 

1310 L Street, N.W. (6405J) 

Washington, D.C. 20005 


(See attached file: SAE 2008 Evnviro+Enrgy Sessions & Organizers.doc) 


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2007 Government/Industry Meeting 

DUE DATE: b¥ Febryarv 29, 2008 ORGANIZER REPORT FORM 

Return to: Melissa Jena, SAE International, 400 

TP: (724) 772-4008 TF: (724) 776-1830 E-mail: mjena@sae.org 

Session Code: 

Session Title: Light Duty Clean Diesel Technologies 



' 

Please use the soaces below to orovide details concernina vour session. INFORMATION SHOULD BE 

COMPLETE FOR EACH 



PARTICIPANT: this information will be used to email presenter info, prepare the printed program and all other 
communication with the speakers. Please Note: Session Participant Information need only come from you if SAE has not 
been notified of the participation. In all other cases, participants will send in their own information. 



hurdles and marketing strategies that are underway to gain consumer acceptance for diesel engines. Vehicle 
manuffeurers will reveal their plans on introducing diesel ennines to the U.S. market.__ 

ORGANIZER 

ORGANIZER 

Name Louis J Brown, Jr 

Name 

Job Title Government Technical Affairs Mgr. 

Job Title 

Company Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

Company 

Mail StopSuite 860 Dept. 

Mail Stop Dept. 

Street /or P.O. 1300 Pennsylvania Ave., NW 

Street/or P.O. Box 

City Washington 

City 

State DC Country USA PostalCode20004 

State Country Postal Code 

Phone 202-216-4922 

Phone 

Fax 202-842-8612 

Fax 

Email Louis.Brown@vw.com 

Email 

CHAIR 

ASSISTANT CHAIR 

Name 

Name 

Job Title 

Job Title 

Company 

Company 

Mail Stop Dept. 

Mail Stop Dept. 

Street/or P.O. Box 

Street/or P.O. Box 

City 

City 

State Country Postal Code 

State Country Postal Code 

Phone 

Phone 

Fax 

Fax 

Email 

Email 


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Please Note: Session Participant Information need only come from you if SAE has not been notified of the 
participation. In all other cases, participants will send in their own information. 

SESSION PARTICIPANTS 

List papers, panelists, authors and co-authors in the order you wish them to appear in the program. 


CHECK ONE: 

Technical Paper: 

_ Panelist (proceed to “Main Author/Speaker” information) 

_X_ Oral Only Presentation 


PAPER TITLE: 

Upcoming Volkswagen Models with Clean Diesel Technology 


, 







4 



MAIN AUTHOR / SPEAKER: This person will 

give the talk, appear first in the program 
listing, and receive all correspondence. 


Presenting Author or Panelist (1) 


Co-Author (2) or Panelist (2) 

Name Norbert Krause 

Name 



Job Title General Manager, Engineering & 
Environmental Office 

Job Title 



Company Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

Company 



Mail Stop Dept. EEO Building 

Mail Stop 

Dept. 


Street/or P.O. Box 3800 Hamlin Rd. 

Street/or P.O. Box 


City Auburn Hills 

City 



State Ml Country USA Postal Code48326 

State 

Country 

Postal Code 

Phone 248-754-4201 

Phone 



Fax 248-754-4207 

Fax 



Email Norbert..Krause@vw.com 

Email 



Co-Author (3) or Panelist (3) 


Co-Author (4) or Panelist (4) 

Name 

Name 



Job Title 

Job Title 



Company 

Company 



Mail Stop Dept. 

Mail Stop 

Dept. 


Street/or P.O. Box 

Street/or P.O. Box 


City 

City 



State Country Postal Code 

State 

Country 

Postal Code 

Phone 

Phone 



Fax 

Fax 



Email 

Email 




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ADDITIONAL PARTICIPANTS 


Co-Author (5) or Panelist (5) 

Name 

Name 

Co-Author (6) or Panelist (6) 

Job Title 

Job Title 


Company 

Company 


Mail Stop Dept. 

Mail Stop 

Dept. 

Street/or P.O. Box 

Street/or P.O. Box 

City 

City 


State Country Postal Code 

State 

Country Postal Code 

Phone 

Phone 


Fax 

Fax 


Email 

Email 



Co-Author (7) or Panelist (7) 

Name 

Name 

Co-Author (8) or Panelist (8) 

Job Title 

Job Title 



Company 

Company 



Mail Stop Dept. 

Mail Stop 


Dept. 

Street/or P.O. Box 

Street/or P.O. Box 


City 

City 



State Country Postal Code 

State 

Country 

Postal Code 

Phone 

Phone 



Fax 

Fax 



Email 

Email 




Revised Friday, February 29, 2008 


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To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

From: "Hart, Robert (VWoA)" 

Sent: Wed 3/19/2008 6:07:27 PM 

Subject: MY 2006 Volkswagen VIN Decoder 

06VW VIN.Pdf 
mailto:robert.hart@vw.com 

Hello Lynn, 

Bruce Sdunek asked me to send this VIN Decoder to you. 
Best regards, 

Bob Hart 


Robert Hart 

Emissions & Regulatory Analyst 
Engineering and Environmental Office 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4224 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto:robert.hart@vw.com 


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To: .!r.yDP...?.?ha5.!5i'^ySEP^^^ 


Cc: Ex. 7 


Ex. 7 



"■■■■■ From :'--'! e !^:7 [ 

Sent: "lVlon'3'/Z4/200EB:58:26 PM 

Subject: Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Surveillance Test Program - Engine Family 
6ADXV02.0366 

L-150.pdf 

^ . ^ 

WFtp7/www'w7com 

http://www.audiusa.com 

mailto:Sohacki.Lvnn@epamail.epa.aov 


Hello Lynn, 

Please find below the test information and parameters for the upcoming EPA In-Use Surveillance Test 
Program -Eng. Earn. 6ADXV02.0366: 

Lab: NVFEL Ann Arbor, Michigan 

Engine Family: 6ADXV02.0366 

Estimated Start Date: Week-ending April 18, 2008 

Recall/Testing Representative: Lynn Sohacki 

Telephone Number: (734) 214-4851 

E-mail address: Sohacki.Lynn@epa.gov 

Class Numbers: L-150/L-151 (low-mileage / high-mileage) 

- General Test Group Information: 


Engine Fam.: 

Concept: 

Em. Standard: 

Sales Area: 

Engine HP: 

Models in TG: 

EVAP Fam.: 

EVAP Standard: 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 


6ADXV02.0366 
2.0L/I4 (TFSI) 

ULEV II - BIN 5 
50 States / Canada 
200 hp 

Jetta-Sedan, Golf/GTI, Passat-Sedan, AUDI-A3 
6ADXR0110238, 6ADXR0125246 
C2 

85,432 


General Vehicle Group Information: 
Jetta-Sedan, Golf/GTI, AUDI-A3: 


Tank Capacity 100% [I] 

Tank Capacity 40% [I] 

Tank Capacity 100% [gal] 
Tank Capacity 40% [gal] 
Canister Working Cap. [g] 
Standard Tire Size 
Axle Ratio 


55.0 [I] 

22.0 [I] 

14.53 [gal] 

5.81 [gal] 

no [g] 

205/55 R16 

3.136(L6/2)/3.087 (M6/2) 


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Target road-load coef. 35.07 (FO) 0.1809 (FI) 0.0181 (F2) - for L6/2 

(Jetta-Sedan, Golf/GTI) 30.12 (FO) 0.1954 (FI) 0.0186 (F2) - for M6/2 


Target road-load coef. 32.37 (FO) 0.0535 (FI) 0.0200 (F2) - for L6/2 

(AUDI-A3) 31.02 (FO) 0.1520 (FI) 0.0200 (F2) - for M6/2 

- Passat-Sedan: 


Tank Capacity 100% 
Tank Capacity 40% 
Tank Capacity 100% 
Tank Capacity 40% 
Canister Working Cap. 
Standard Tire Size 
Axle Ratio 

Target road-load coef. 


[I] 70.0 [I] - Passat-Sedan 

[I] 28.0 [I] - Passat-Sedan 

[gal] 18.49 [gal] - Passat-Sedan 
[gal] 7.40 [gal] - Passat-Sedan 
[g] 125 [g] - Passat-Sedan 

215/55 R16 

3.201 (L6/2)/3.087 (M6/2) 

35.07 (FO) 0.5065 (FI) 0.0140 (F2) - for L6/2 
33.72 (FO) 0.1339 (FI) 0.0179 (F2) - for M6/2 


If you have any questions or need extra information for the procured vehicles please don't hesitate to contact me. 
Thank you and best regards, 


Ex. 7 


http://www.vw.com 

http://www.audiusa.com 

-Original Message- 

From: Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov [mailto:Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov] 

Sent: Monday, March 24, 2008 8:48 AM 
To: i Ex// i 

i__J 

Subject: Notification of EPA In-use Surveillance Testing 

Attached is our letter announcing an EPA in-use testing class. Please let me know if you have any questions. 


Lynn Sohacki 

Environmental Protection Agency 
(734)214-4851 
(734)214-4869 fax 

(See attached file: L-150.pdf) «L-150.pdf» 


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yilTED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 
NATIONAL VEHICLE AND FUEL F.MiSSIONS lABQRATORY 
2565 PLYMOUTH ROAD 
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 4810S-24i8 

March 20, 2008 

OFF ICE OF 
AIR AND RADIATION 

Ml'. Dennis Reinekc 

Vnlk.swagon of America : : - ■ - 

38iin iiamiin Rd., 

Auburn Hills, MI 
48326 

Dear Mr. Reincke. 

'riio Hnviiunnicnlal Prolcclion .Agency will test a 2006 model-year Audi test-group in our 
survciilance lest-prugram. 'riic group show'n in Enclosure 1 will be tested at the National X'chicie 
and Fuel Hmissions Laboratory in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Test results w'hich c.xcced applicable 
standards may lead to confirmatory testing. 

A sample ■of three or more vehicles will be procured. Maintenance will consist iofian .. 

undeiYboodinspectioiiancl;:rcview oi’ on-board computer codes. The federal lest■.pcoc'edure. will ■' 
'follow:a''$ingle EA-4;'precon.dltioning cycle. 

Pleasei'prQvide ^test'pararnetei's prior to the class sta.rt-d.at..e 'noted 'belo.w:. ' i.'ncludiii.'g ' shift : ■' 
schedules used during certification of this test-group . Also provideithe appropriate target'.and;Set 
road“-loacl cuefficienis for each vehicle in this test-group. If this test-group contains models 
which am equipped with 4\\D, AWD or traction-control, please indicate the emmstenethoddo 
facilitate testing on a 2\VD dynamometer. Also indicate the easiest and safest method 10 d« 
ihe,;fueLtank','. 

One vehicle may be subjected to evaporative testing. Additionally, fault conditions may 
be introduced into mie or more of the vehicles to test the rcsjionse of the On-Boaru Diagnoslic.s 
iOBi4) system. If you arc aware of OBD enabling criteria which w'ouki limit our ability to 
evaluate those systems, please inform me. Copies of the OBD enabling criteria which were 
api.iri.>\cd tiuring cci tificaiion should be provided if there are such limitations. 

We iroiie youi representatives to be present as observers during the test progi'arn. If you 
have any questions concerning this investigation please contact me. 

Sincerely, 

Lynn Sohacki 

Finciusiirc : Compliance andlnnoyutive Sirategie.s i )'vi\ 

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ENCLOSUEEl 


Ann Arbor, Michi gm 

En» in c Family 6ADXV02.0366 ' ' : 

Estiauiti'd Stan D ate Week-ending April 18, 2008 

R ecall/rcsiinu Representative Lynn Sohacki 

Telep hone Number (734) 214- 4851 

E-rnail address Sohacki.lynn@epa.gov 

Clas.s Numbers L-150/L-151 (low-mileage / high-mileage) 


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To: "Hart, Robert (VWoA)" [Robert.Hart@vw.com] 

Cc: [] 

Bcc: [] 

From: CN=Lynn Sohacki/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US 

Sent: Fri 3/28/2008 2:40:39 PM 

Subject: Re: MY 2006 Volkswagen VIN Decoder 

06VW VIN,Pdf 

mailto:robert.hart@.vw.com 


Thanks, Bob. This was very helpful. Would it also be possible to get one for MY 2005? 
Thanks a lot! 

Lynn Sohacki 

Environmental Protection Agency 
(734)214-4851 
(734)214-4869 fax 


"Hart, Robert (VWoA)" <Robert.Hart@vw.com> 

Sent by: "Hart, Robert (VWoA)" <Robert.Hart(S)vw.com> 
Received Date: 

03/19/2008 02:07 PM 
Transmission Date: 

03/19/2008 02:07:27 PM 

To Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA 

cc 

Subject MY 2006 Volkswagen VIN Decoder 


Hello Lynn, 

Bruce Sdunek asked me to send this VIN Decoder to you. 
Best regards. 

Bob Hart 
Robert Hart 

Emissions & Regulatory Analyst 
Engineering and Environmental Office 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4224 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto:robert.hart@vw.com 


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To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

From: "Hart, Robert (VWoA)" 

Sent: Fri 3/28/2008 2:46:07 PM 

Subject: MY 2005 VIN Decoder — RE: MY 2006 Volkswagen VIN Decoder 

05VW VIN,Pdf 

Hello Lynn, 

The MY 2005 VIN decoder is attached. 

Best regards, 

Bob Hart 
Robert Hart 

Emissions & Regulatory Analyst 
Engineering and Environmental Office 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4224 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto:robert.hart@vw.com 


—Original Message— 

From: Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov [mailto:Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov] 

Sent: Friday, March 28, 2008 10:41 AM 
To: Hart, Robert (VWoA) 

Subject: Re: MY 2006 Volkswagen VIN Decoder 

Thanks, Bob. This was very helpful. Would it also be possible to get 
one for MY 2005? 

Thanks a lot! 

Lynn Sohacki 

Environmental Protection Agency 
(734)214-4851 
(734)214-4869 fax 


"Hart, Robert 
(VWoA)" 

<Robert.Hart@vw. To 

com> Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA 

Sent by: "Hart, cc 

Robert (VWoA)" 


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<Robert.Hart@vw. Subject 

com> MY 2006 Volkswagen VIN Decoder 

Received Date: 

03/19/2008 02:07 
PM 

Transmission 

Date: 

03/19/2008 
02:07:27 PM 


Hello Lynn, 

Bruce Sdunek asked me to send this VIN Decoder to you. 
Best regards, 

Bob Hart 
Robert Hart 

Emissions & Regulatory Analyst 
Engineering and Environmental Office 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4224 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto:robert.hart@vw.com 


(See attached file: 06VW_VIN.pdf) 


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Hart, Robert (VWoA)" [Robert.Hart@vw.com] 


To: 

Cc: [] 

Bcc: [] 

From: CN=Lynn Sohacki/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US 

Sent: Fri 3/28/2008 2:53:00 PM 

Subject: Thank you!! MY 2005 VIN Decoder 

Have a great weekend! 

Lynn Sohacki 

Environmental Protection Agency 
(734)214-4851 
(734)214-4869 fax 


"Hart, Robert (VWoA)" <Robert.Hart@vw.com> 

Sent by: "Hart, Robert (VWoA)" <Robert.Hart@vw.com> 

Received Date: 

03/28/2008 10:46 AM 
Transmission Date: 

03/28/2008 10:46:07 AM 

To Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA 

cc 

Subject MY 2005 VIN Decoder —- RE: MY 2006 Volkswagen VIN Decoder 


Hello Lynn, 

The MY 2005 VIN decoder is attached. 
Best regards. 

Bob Hart 
Robert Hart 

Emissions & Regulatory Analyst 
Engineering and Environmental Office 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 

Phone: 248 754 4224 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto:robert.hart@vw.com 


•Original Message- 


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From: Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov [mailto:Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov] 


Sent: Friday, March 28, 2008 10:41 AM 
To: Flart, Robert (VWoA) 

Subject: Re: MY 2006 Volkswagen VIN Decoder 

Thanks, Bob. This was very helpful. Would it also be possible to get 
one for MY 2005? 

Thanks a lot! 

Lynn Sohacki 

Environmental Protection Agency 
(734)214-4851 
(734)214-4869 fax 


"Hart, Robert 
(VWoA)" 

<Robert.Hart@vw. To 

com> Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA 

Sent by: "Hart, cc 

Robert (VWoA)" 

<Robert.Hart@vw. Subject 

com> MY 2006 Volkswagen VIN Decoder 

Received Date: 

03/19/2008 02:07 
PM 

Transmission 

Date: 

03/19/2008 
02:07:27 PM 


Hello Lynn, 

Bruce Sdunek asked me to send this VIN Decoder to you. 
Best regards. 

Bob Hart 
Robert Hart 

Emissions & Regulatory Analyst 
Engineering and Environmental Office 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 


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Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 


Phone: 248 754 4224 
Fax: 248 754 4207 

mailto:robert.hart@vw.com 


(See attached file: 06VW_VIN.pdf) 

[attachment "05VW_VIN.pdf" deleted by Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US] 


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To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bernd Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;JohnH 

VVhite/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[]; ernd 
Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;JohnH VVhite/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce 
Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[]; ohnH White/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce 
Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[]; ruce Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

. ^ 

From: . 

Sent: Thur'i/io/ioOS 8:25:56 PM 

Subject: Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Surveillance Test Program - Engine Family 
6ADXV02.0366 / veh# L151RXX-0135 
# TEST-PARAMETERS 6ADXV02.0366 080410.xls 

Ex. 7 

' http:7/www!w'c'om 

http://www.vw.com/ 

http://www.audiusa.com 

http://www.audiusa.com/ 


Ladies and Gentlemen, 


Please find below the test information and parameters for the vehicle to be tested within the current EPA 
In-Use Surveillance Test Program -Eng. Earn. 6ADXV02.0366: 

Lab: NVFEL Ann Arbor, Michigan 

Engine Family: 6ADXV02.0366 

Estimated Start Date: Week-ending April 18, 2008 

Recall/Testing Representative: Lynn Sohacki 

Telephone Number: (734) 214-4851 

E-mail address: Sohacki.Lynn(S)epa.gov 

Class Numbers: L-150/L-151 (low-mileage / high-mileage) 


- General Test Group Information: 


Engine Fam.: 

Concept: 

Em. Standard: 

Sales Area: 

Engine FIP: 

Models in TG: 

EVAP Fam.: 

EVAP Standard: 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 


6ADXV02.0366 
2.0L/I4 (TFSI) 

ULEV II - BIN 5 
50 States / Canada 
200 hp 

Jetta-Sedan, Golf/GTI, Passat-Sedan, AUDI-A3 
6ADXR0110238, 6ADXR0125246 
C2 

85,432 


- General Vehicle Group Information: 


Jetta-Sedan, Golf/GTI, AUDI-A3: 


Tank Capacity 100% 
Tank Capacity 40% 
Tank Capacity 100% 
Tank Capacity 40% 


[I] 55.0 [I] 

[I] 22.0 [I] 

[gal] 14.53 [gal] 
[gal] 5.81 [gal] 


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Canister Working Cap. [g] 110 [g] 

Standard Tire Size 205/55 R16 

Axle Ratio 3.136(16/2) / 3.087 (M6/2) 

Target road-load coef. 35.07 (FO) 0.1809 (FI) 0.0181 (F2) - for L6/2 

(Jetta-Sedan, Golf/GTI) 30.12 (FO) 0.1954 (FI) 0.0186 (F2) - for M6/2 

Target road-load coef. 32.37 (FO) 0.0535 (FI) 0.0200 (F2) - for L6/2 

(AUDI-A3) 31.02 (FO) 0.1520 (FI) 0.0200 (F2) - for M6/2 

- Passat-Sedan: 

Tank Capacity 100% [I] 70.0 [I] - Passat-Sedan 

Tank Capacity 40% [I] 28.0 [I] - Passat-Sedan 

Tank Capacity 100% [gal] 18.49 [gal] - Passat-Sedan 
Tank Capacity 40% [gal] 7.40 [gal] - Passat-Sedan 
Canister Working Cap. [g] 125 [g] - Passat-Sedan 

Standard Tire Size 215/55 R16 

Axle Ratio 3.201 (L6/2) / 3.087 (M6/2) 

Target road-load coef. 35.07 (FO) 0.5065 (FI) 0.0140 (F2) - for L6/2 

33.72 (FO) 0.1339 (FI) 0.0179 (F2) - for M6/2 


- Model & VIN Specific Test Parameters: => see attached .xls spreadsheet 
«#_TEST-PARAMETERS_6ADXV02.0366_080410.xis» 

- VIN Specific Information: 


(1) (2006 VW Passat) - vehicle inspection scheduled for 4/16/08 (Wednesday) 

VIN: [ ^;‘6. 1 

Make/Model: "■'■VLK7'PAr/P7^^^^^^^^ 

Model Code: 3C25K6 

Exterior Color: DEEP BLACK 


Prod Date: 07/15/2005 

In Service Date: 11/14/2005 

Engine#: BPY 019197 

Vehicle Source: Europe 


In case of any questions or need of additional information, please don't hesitate to contact me. 


Best regards, 



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Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Surveillance Test Program L-150 / L-151 (6ADXV02.0366) 


Engine Fam.: 

Concept: 

Em. Standard: 

Sales Area: 

Engine HP: 

Engine Code: 

Models in TG: 

EVAP Fam.s in TG: 
EVAP Standard: 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 


6ADXV02.0366 
2.0L /14 (TFSI) 

ULEVII - BIN 5 
50 States / Canada 
200 hp 
BPY 

Jetta-Sedan, Golf/GTI, Passat-Sedan, AUDI-A3 
6ADXR0110238, 6ADXR0125246 
C2 

85,432 


EPA 

Interna! 

Veh. Procurement 
No. 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Model 

Description 

VIN 

Ex. 6 

Body 

Type 

i Trim 

Level 

Curb 

Weight 

[Ibsl 

ETW 

[ibs3 

FO 

Target 

SAE 

F1 

Target 

SAE 

[lb_f / mph] 

F2 

T arget 
SAE 
[!b f/ 
{mph )^23 

Tire 

Size 

Sold 

Vehicles 

per 

Model Code 

-151RXX-0135 

3C25K6 

VLK / PAS / Passat B6 2.0T 

Sedan 

2.0T 

3,389 

3,750 

35.07 

0.5065 

0.0140 

215/55 R16 

44,468 




















































EFV\ 

internal 

Veh, FVocurement 
No, 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Model 

Description 

Body 

Type 

Trim 

Level 

•Transmission 

Type 

T ransmission 
Code 

Axle 

Ratio 

FTP - Shift 
Schedule; 
CEFISNo. ; 

HWY-Shift , 
Schedule: 
CEFISNo. 

US06 - Shift 
Schedule: 
CEFISNo. 


■-.151RX.X>0135 

3C25K6 

VLK/PAS/Passat B6 2.0T 

Sedan 

2.0T 

L6/2 

AQ250-6F 

3.201 

FTA 

HWA 

US6A 


















































EPA 

Sale 

Model 


Body 

Trim 

Tank 

Tank 

Tank 

Tank 

Canister 

internal 

Model 

Description 


Type 

Level 

Capacity 

Capacity 

Capacity 

Capacity 

Working 

Vcdi, F^rocureinent 

Code 





100% 

40% 

100% 

40% 

Capacity 

No, 






[i] 

ra 

[gai] 

[gal] 

w 

.151RXX-0135 

3C25K6 

VLK / PAS / Passat B6 2.0T i 

Ex. 6 

Sedan 

2.0T 

70 

28 

18.49 

7.40 

125 


Volkswagen of America, Inc. - EEO 


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Ex. 7 


To: 

Cc: CN=Linc Wehriy/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA;CN=Vincent 

Mazaitis/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA;CN=David Goocl/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US 
N=Vincent Mazaitis/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA;CN=Davicl 

Good/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA[]; N=David Good/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA| 

From: CN=Chris Nevers/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US 

Sent: Mon 4/21/2008 7:44:35 PM 

Subject: Fw: Diesel SCR exhaust system information 


EPAf 


Dear \ Ex. 7 I 

i_ i 

I realize you may not yet have all the information regarding the questions ERA posed, below. In the 
interest of time, it would be helpful if you could share the catalyst configurations, material (e.g. what type 
of base metal zeolite SCR cat), and when you planned on certifying SCR systems. Temperature profiles 
and exact exhaust lay-out are really a secondary to the big picture of quantifying possible dioxin 
formation or excessive ammonia slip. 


I'd like to thank you in advance for your patience as we try to determine a position on the unregulated 
emission of dioxins and ammonia. ERA will be asking the same questions of several manufacturers that 
are planning on certifying vehicles using SCR technology. 

Thanks again, and any questions are welcome 

Chris Nevers 
734 214 4412 


—- Forwarded by Chris Nevers/AA/USERA/US on 04/21/2008 03:41 RM 

Chris Nevers/AA/USERA/US 
ERA-OAR,OTAQ,CISD 
Sent by: Chris Nevers 
Received Date: 

04/10/2008 01:32 RM 
Transmission Date: 


04/10/2008 01:32:07 RM 


Ex. 7 


To 

cc Vincent Mazaitis/AA/USERA/US(5)ERA, David Good/AA/USERA/US@ERA 
Subject Diesel SCR exhaust system information 


Dear! Ex. 7 | 

i_i 

In evaluating possible unregulated emissions, ERA is requesting some information regarding current 
and/or planned diesel exhaust systems using selective catalytic reduction. On any current or planned SCR 
system, could you please provide ERA with the following? 

1- The distance, in cm, each catalyst and/or filter is down-pipe from the exhaust manifold. 

2- The distance, in cm, each exhaust sensor and/or aftertreatment fluid injector is down-pipe from the 
exhaust manifold. 


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3- What is the expected maximum temperature (both steady state and excursion) each catalyst/filter will 
experience? If this is only during a regen, please also give the maximum non-regen temperatures. 

4- Indicate what, if any, base metal zeolite is used. 

As always, all information will be treated as confidential. 

Please feel free to call or email me with any questions. 


Thank you, 

Chris Nevers 

EPA Light Duty Vehicle Group 
734 214 4412 


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To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

Cc: Bernd Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;i Ex. 7 

I _Ex. 7_huce Garrison/AA/usEPA/us@EPA;'[:;:;;;jr7:;;;;;;:::]- 

Ex. 7 

"From: f 1^“7 I 

Sent: ‘Mon'4'/287ZUU8'7:32:45 PM 

Subject: Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Surveillance Test Program - Engine Family 
6ADXV02.0366 / veh# L150RXX-0463 

21 (00 SUMMARY) Ml 6ADXV02.0366 VWWAK73C86P204235.xls 

mailtOi 

mailtd ' I 


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http 

//www.audiusa.com 

http 

//WWW. audiusa.com/ 


Hello Lynn, 

Please find below the test information and parameters for the 2nd vehicle to be tested within the current 
EPA In-Use Surveillance Test Program -Eng. Earn. 6ADX\/02.0366: 

Lab: NVFEL Ann Arbor, Michigan 

Engine Family: 6ADXV02.0366 

Estimated Start Date: Week-ending April 18, 2008 

Recall/Testing Representative: Lynn Sohacki 

Telephone Number: (734) 214-4851 

E-mail address: Sohacki.Lynn@epa.gov 

Class Numbers: L-150/L-151 (low-mileage / high-mileage) 

- General Test Group Information: 


Engine Fam.: 

Concept: 

Em. Standard: 

Sales Area: 

Engine HP: 

Models in TG: 

EVAP Fam.: 

EVAP Standard: 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 


6ADXV02.0366 
2.0L/I4 (TFSI) 

ULEV II - BIN 5 
50 States / Canada 
200 hp 

Jetta-Sedan, Golf/GTI, Passat-Sedan, AUDI-A3 
6ADXR0110238, 6ADXR0125246 
C2 

85,432 


- General Vehicle Group Information: 
-Jetta-Sedan, Golf/GTI, AUDI-A3: 


Tank Capacity 100% 

[1] 

55.0 [1] 

Tank Capacity 40% 

[1] 

22.0 [1] 

Tank Capacity 100% 

[gal] 

14.53 [gal] 

Tank Capacity 40% 

[gal] 

5.81 [gal] 

Canister Working Cap. 

[g] 

no [g] 

Standard Tire Size 


205/55 R16 


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Axle Ratio 


3.136(16/2) / 3.087 (M6/2) 


Target road-load coef. 35.07 (FO) 0.1809 (FI) 0.0181 (F2) - for L6/2 

(Jetta-Sedan, Golf/GTI) 30.12 (FO) 0.1954 (FI) 0.0186 (F2) - for M6/2 

Target road-load coef. 32.37 (FO) 0.0535 (FI) 0.0200 (F2) - for L6/2 

(AUDI-A3) 31.02 (FO) 0.1520 (FI) 0.0200 (F2) - for M6/2 

- Passat-Sedan: 

Tank Capacity 100% [I] 70.0 [I] - Passat-Sedan 

Tank Capacity 40% [I] 28.0 [I] - Passat-Sedan 

Tank Capacity 100% [gal] 18.49 [gal] - Passat-Sedan 
Tank Capacity 40% [gal] 7.40 [gal] - Passat-Sedan 
Canister Working Cap. [g] 125 [g] - Passat-Sedan 

Standard Tire Size 215/55 R16 

Axle Ratio 3.201 (L6/2) / 3.087 (M6/2) 

Target road-load coef. 35.07 (FO) 0.5065 (FI) 0.0140 (F2) - for L6/2 

33.72 (FO) 0.1339 (FI) 0.0179 (F2) - for M6/2 


Model & VIN Specific Test Parameters: => see attached .xls spreadsheet 
«21_(00_SUMMARY)_! Ex!'6 ]s» 

VIN Specific Information: 


(1) (2006 VW Passat) - vehicle inspection scheduled for 05/01/08 (Wednesday) 

VIN: [ZZZZZi^ ®ZZZZZi 

Make/Model: 'Zk7'pAs 7 PaVsZ'BZi.of 

Model Code: 3C25K6 

Exterior Color: REFLEX SILVER METALLIC 


Prod Date: 07/15/2005 

In Service Date: 11/14/2005 

Engine#: BPY 086225 

Vehicle Source: Europe 


In case of any questions or need of information, please don't hesitate to contact me. 


Best regards, 



http://www.vw.com <http://www.vw.com/> 


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To: kYn!]..§?M5!5j;'M/y.SEP^US 


Cc: 

Ex. 7 

Ex. 7 i 

From: 

Ex. 7 



Sent: Wed F/M'/^OWk 11:12PM 

Subject: RE: Owners manual 
Maintenance Manual MY2005.pdf 


Hello Lynn, 

Attached you can find a copy of the Maintenance-Manual for owners - 
MY2005. 

If you need anything else, please let me know. 

Have a nice day. 


Ex. 7 


h't'fp:7/wwwtvwtcdm 

http://www.audiusa.com 


-Original Message- 

From: Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov [mailto:Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov] 

Sent: Wednesday, May 14, 2008 8:08 AM 
To: 

Subject: Owners manual 


Ex. 7 


I am just asking again about the owners manual for the confirmatory 
class. Actually, all I need is the information on oil changes and 
periodic maintenance. If it would be possible to fax those pages to me, 
that would suffice. 

Thanks. 

Lynn Sohacki 

Environmental Protection Agency 


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Warranty Voucher 

for the new Volkswagen automobile. 

Present this voucher to an authorized dealer if warranty service is required. 


Warranty begins on the month of 
first use of the vehicle or its delivery 
to the first retail purchaser, namely 
on: 



Air Conditioner 

Warranty Registration Certificate 
(except factory installation) 

Attach here 
(for dealer use only) 


Month Day Year 

(to be filled in by authorized 
Volkswagen Dealer) 


Stamp of authorized 
Volkswagen Dealer 




Federal Law requires that a label be affixed 
to the left door frame when the replacement odometer 
does not indicate the actual vehicle mileage (kilometers) 
after repair or replacement. 


Genuine Volkswagen replacement odometers 
are supplied with a label 



Odometer 

Replacement 



Month Day Year 

(to be filled in by authorized 
Volkswagen Dealer) 


At mileage / km 


Stamp of authorized 
Volkswagen Dealer 








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TABLE OF CONTENTS 


Warranty Voucher / 

Vehicle Identification Label 


previous pages 


Service Information 

Dealer Service.3 

Do-It-Yourself Service.3 

Emission Control Maintenance.4 

Why Service?.4 


When do I bring my car in for service? 

1.8L Turbo or 2.8L V6 Gasoline Engines 

If your car has a 1.8L Turbo or 2.8L V6 Gasoline engine, 
then this is your Service Schedule . 


2.0L, 2.8L VR 6 , VR 6 4-Valve, 4.0L W8, 3.2L VR6, 4.2L V8, 
6.0L W12 Gasoline Engines or 1.9L, 2.0L or 5.0L VI0 TDI 
Diesel Engines 

If your car has a 2.0L, 2.8L VR6,4.0L W8,3.2LVR6, 4,2LV8 and 6.0L W12 
Gasoline engine 

or a 1.9L, 2.0L or 5.0L TDI-PD Diesel engine, then this is 
your Service Schedule .6-7 

If you are not sure when to bring your car in for service, ask 
your authorized Volkswagen Service Advisor. 


Service Schedule 

Delivery Inspection 
Service Schedule .. 


Brake Fluid Replacement Record 

Brake Fluid Replacement Record . . . 


.26-27 


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SERVICE INFORMATION ' 

Dealer Service 

There are nearly 800 authorized Volkswagen dealers in North America. They have Volks¬ 
wagen trained technicians, proper workshop equipment and parts to give you expert 
service. 

Volkswagen dealers are committed to quality service. 

• Your authorized Volkswagen dealer offers many services for your convenience, such 
as extended service hours, early bird service, body repairs, to name just a few. Ask 
about them. 

• Arrange your service with your dealer when it is convenient for you. 

• Ask your Service Advisor about the service you need and discuss the cost involved. 

• Leave word, where you can be reached during the day and when you would like to 
pick your car up. 

• Keep all receipts of maintenance and repairs performed. Your service record is im¬ 
portant when making use of your warranty. 

• Maintenance services performed by your authorized dealer at the intervals speci¬ 
fied, will also be documented in this booklet. 

• Automobile technology changes continuously. Yourauthorized Volkswagen dealer al¬ 
ways has the most current Service and Maintenance information for your Volkswagen 
model. It is possible that this information may differ from the check points listed in this 
booklet. Your Volkswagen Service Advisor can answer any questions you may have. 

Do-It-Yourself Service 

Your Owner's Manual contains many helpful hints on what you can service yourself. 

• You can check tires for wear or damage and correct tire pressure, including the spare. 

• You can check the windshield washer container. 

• You can check your car's interiorand exterior lighting system for correctfunctioning. 

• You can check the engine oil level with every fuel filling. 

• You can perform these simple checks once a week. 

They save time, trouble and expense later. 

Your technician will not check the above mentioned items in each case 
during regular service and maintenance visits. 


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SERVICE INFORMATION 

Emission Control Maintenance 

1 - A clean environment is of concern to all of us. Volkswagen has built into your ve¬ 

hicle an efficient emission control system, using genuine Volkswagen parts, in con¬ 
formance with the Federal Clean Air Act in the United States and Canadian Emis¬ 
sion Standards, respectively. To help keep our air clean, you can do your part by 
providing regular maintenance for the emission control system in your vehicle, 

2 - Maintenance, repair or replacement of emission control components 

may be performed by any qualified automotive service and repair es¬ 
tablishment or individual without affecting the Emission Control 
System Warranty, provided that such repairs are performed to 
manufacturer's specifications, and that replacement parts are at 
least equivalent to genuine Volkswagen parts in emission perfor¬ 
mance and durability. Warranty repairs and replacements, however, 
must be performed by an authorized Volkswagen dealer. 

3 - If other than genuine Volkswagen replacement parts are used, the owner should 

make sure that such parts are warranted by their manufacturer and that they are 
at least equivalent to genuine Volkswagen replacement parts in emission perfor¬ 
mance and durability. 

To be certain that the emission control system functions as designed, regularmain- 
tenance is necessary for all components of the vehicle which influence exhaust 
emissions. 

Why Service? 

• An untuned engine wastes fuel. 

• An un-serviced emission control system can increase pollution. 

• A minor adjustment now may prevent a repair later, 

• Followthe recommended maintenance schedule and make In-between checks. This 
way you help keep your car dependable and safe. 

• The intervals shown in the table on the following pages are based on vehicles operat¬ 
ing under normal conditions. In the case of severe conditions, such as extremely low 
temperatures, excessive dust etc., it is necessary for certain operations to be carried 
out in between the given intervals. This applies particularly to engine oil changes and 
the cleaning or replacing of the air cleaner filter element. 

• If you have questions about how to maintain your vehicle or about your Maintenance 
Services, ask your authorized Volkswagen dealer. 

Authorized VOLKSWAGEN dealers are ready to serve you and are com¬ 
mitted to quality service and customer care. 


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WHEN DO I BRING MY CAR IN FOR SERVICE?’ 

If your vehicle has one of these engines, then this is your Ser¬ 
vice Interval Schedule. 

- 1.8L Turbo Gasoline Engine (Golf, GTI, Jetta, New Beetle, 
Passat) 

- 2.8L V6 Gasoline Engine (Passat), 

If you are not sure when to bring your car in for service, ask 
your authorized Volkswagen Service Advisor. 

5,000 miles (8,000 km) Oil Change Service 

10,000 miles (16,000 km) Oil Change 8c Maintenance Service 

15,000 miles (24,000 km) Oil Change Service 

20,000 miles (32,000 km) Oil Change 8c Maintenance Service 

25,000 miles (40,000 km) Oil Change Service 

30,000 miles (48,000 km) Oil Change & Maintenance Service 

35,000 miles (56,000 km) Oil Change Service 

40,000 miles (64,000 km) Oil Change 8c Maintenance Service 

45,000 miles (72,000 km) Oil Change Service 

50,000 miles (80,000 km) Oil Change 8c Maintenance Service 

55,000 miles (88,000 km) Oil Change Service 

60,000 miles (96,000 km) Oil Change 8c Maintenance Service 

Services should be performed at the scheduled mileage (kilo¬ 
metre) intervals, or 12 months after the last Service, whichever 
occurs first. 

Your Service advisor will fill in the necessary information and 
stamp your Maintenance booklet each time you bring in your ve¬ 
hicle for Service. 

At this time, the Service advisor will also inform you when the 
next Service is due. Therefore, it is important that you follow 
the Service schedule. 


The brake fluid must be replaced every 2 years regardless 
of mileage (kilometres)._ 


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WHEN DO I BRING MY CAR IN FOR SERVICE? 

If you vehicle has one of these engines, then refer to the 
Service Interval Schedule on the following page. 

Gasoline Engines 

- 2.0L Gasoline Engine (Golf, Jetta, New Beetle, Passat) 

- 2.8L VR6 Gasoline Engine {Golf, GTI, Jetta) 

- VR6 4-valve Gasoline Engine (Jetta) 

- 4.0L W8 Gasoline Engine (Passat) 

- 3,2L VR6 or 4.2L V8 Gasoline Engine (Touareg) 

- 3.2L VR6 Gasoline Engine (R32) 

- 4.2L V8 or 6.0L W12 Gasoline Engine (Phaeton) 


Diesel Engines 

- 1.9L TDI-PD Diesel Engine (Golf, Jetta, New Beetle), 

- 2.0L TDI-PD Diesel Engine (Passat) 

- 5.0L V10 TDI-PD Diesel Engine (Touareg) 


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WHEN DO I BRING MY CAR IN FOR SERVICE?' 

If you are not sure when to bring your car in for service, ask 
your authorized Volkswagen Service Advisor. 

5,000 miles (8,000 km) Oil Change Service 
10,000 miles (16,000 km) Oil Change 8c Maintenance Service 
20,000 miles (32,000 km) Oil Change 8c Maintenance Service 
30,000 miles (48,000 km) Oil Change 8c Maintenance Service 
40,000 miles (64,000 km) Oil Change & Maintenance Service 
50,000 miles (80,000 km) Oil Change 8c Maintenance Service 
60,000 miles (96,000 km) Oil Change 8c Maintenance Service 
70,000 miles (112,000 km) Oil Change & Maintenance Service 

Services should be performed at the scheduled mileage (kilo¬ 
metre) intervals, or 12 months after the last Service, whichever 
occurs first. 

Your Service Advisor will fill in the necessary information and 
stamp your Maintenance booklet each time you bring in your ve¬ 
hicle for Service. 

At this time, the Service Advisor will also inform you when the 
next Service is due. Therefore, it is important that you follow 
the Service schedule. 

The brake fluid must be replaced every 2 years regardless 
of mileage (kilometres)._ 


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SERVICE SCHEDULE 

Delivery Inspection 

• Your authorized Volkswagen dealer will fill out the necessary information and stamp 
your Maintenance book to confirm that the necessary services have been performed. 

• Automobiletechnology changes continuously. Yourauthorized Volkswagen dealeral- 

ways has the most current Service and Maintenance information for your Volkswagen 
model. It is possible that this information may differ from the check points listed in this 
booklet. Your Volkswagen Service Advisor can answer any questions you may have. 

• If you are not sure when to bring your car in for service, ask your authorized Volkswa¬ 
gen Service Advisor. 


Delivery Inspection 

Before your vehicle is delivered to you, it is inspected according to factory guidelines. 
The Delivery Inspection was performed on:___ 



Today's date and 
Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


First Service at 5,000 miles (8,000 km) - ALL MODELS 


Engine: Change oil and oil filter 

Water separator: Drain water (TDl engine onl'^ 



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Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


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SERVICE SCHEDULE 


Service at 10,000 miles (16,000 km) - ALL MODELS 


• Engine: Change oil and oil filter 

• Water separator: Drain water (TDi engine onl^ 

• Windshield washer: Check fluid level, add if necessary 

• Automatic shift lock: Check operation including park/neutral position switch 

• Brake system: Check for damage/leaks, brake pad thickness, brake fluid level 

• Wheels: Rotate from front to rear 

• Rear spoiler: Lubricate (New Beetle only) 

• Airbag system: Visual check every 12 months regardless of mileage (kilometres) 

• 12V starter and auxiliary battery: check (where applicable) 

• Tires: Check tread depth, adjust tire pressure if necessary. 

• Tire pressure monitoring system sensors: Check battery charge, replace wheel 
electronics and aluminum valve if necessary (where applicable). 



Today's date and 
Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


Service at 15,000 miles (24,000 km) - Models with a 1.8T or V6 
engine ONLY. 


• Engine: Change oil and oil filter 



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Service at 20,000 miles (32,000 km) - ALL MODELS 


• Engine: Change oil and oil filter 

• Engine: Check for leaks 

• Exhaust system: Check for damage and leaks 

• Water separator: Drain water {TDI engine onl^ 

• Fuel filter: Replace {TDI engine only) 

• Battery: Check electrolyte level {Passat) 

• Battery: Check {Golf, Jetta, New Beetle) 

• Door check straps: Lubricate 

• Dust and pollen filter {where applicable): Replace 

• Cooling system: Check coolant level; add if necessary 

• Windshield washer: Check fluid level; add if necessary 

• Automatic shift lock: Check operation including park/neutral/safety switch 

• Automatic transmission: Check for leaks 

• Manual transmission: Check oil level; add if necessary; check for leaks 

• Wheels; Rotate from front to rear 

• Tires/spare wheel: Check condition and pressure 

• Brake system: Check for damage/leaks, brake pad thickness and brake fluid level 

• Drive shafts: Check boots 

• On-Board diagnostic system: Check fault memory; purge if necessary 

• Roof frame: Clean and lubricate 

• Front axle: Check dust seals on ball joints and tie rod ends; check tie rods 

• Headlights: Adjust 

• Rear spoiler; Lubricate {New Beetle only) 

• 12V starter and auxiliary battery: check {where applicable) 

• Airbag system: Visual check every 12 months regardless of mileage (kilometres) 

• Road test: Check kickdown, braking, steering, heating and ventilation, air condi¬ 
tioning, power accessories and electrical systems 

• Tires: Check tread depth, adjust tire pressure if necessary. 

• Tire pressure monitoring system sensors: Check battery charge, replace wheel 
electronics and aluminum valve if necessary {where applicable). 

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Service at 30,000 miles (48,000 km) - ALL MODELS 

# 

Service at 35,000 miles (56,000 km) - Models with a 1.8T or V6 
engine ONLY. 

# 



• Engine: Change oil and oil filter 

• Water separator: Drain water (TDI engine only) 

• Windshield washer: Check fluid level, add if necessary 

• Automatic shift lock: Check operation including park/neutral position switch 

• Brake system: Check for damage/leaks, brake pad thickness, brake fluid level' 

• Wheels: Rotate from front to rear 

• Rear spoiler: Lubricate (New Beetle only) 

• Airbag system: Visual check every 12 months regardless of mileage (kilometres) 

• 12V starter and auxiliary battery; check (where applicable) 

• Tires: Check tread depth, adjust tire pressure if necessary. 

• Tire pressure monitoring system sensors: Check battery charge, replace wheel 
electronics and aluminum valve if necessary (where applicable). 



Today's date and 
Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


SERVICE SCHEDULE- 


Service at 40,000 miles (64,000 km) - ALL MODELS 


• Engine: Change oil and oil filter 

• Engine: Check for leaks 

• Exhaust system: Check for damage and leaks 

• Fuel filter: Replace (TDI engine only) 

m Water separator: Drain (TDI engine onl^ 

• Battery: Check electrolyte level (Passat) 

• Battery: Check (Golf, Jetta, New Beetle) 

• Door check straps: Lubricate 

• V-belt: Check tension and condition; adjust if necessary 

• Windshield washer: Check fluid level; add if necessary 

• Automatic transmission: Check for leaks 

• Manual transmission: Check oil level; add if necessary; check for leaks 

• Automatic shift lock: Check operation including park/neutrai/safety switch 

• Automatic transmission final drive oil: Check level and for leaks; add if necessary 

• Wheels: Rotate from front to rear 

• Headlights: Adjust 

• Tires/spare wheel: Check condition and pressure 

• Brake system: Check for damage/leaks, brake pad thickness, brake fluid level 

• Brake fluid: Replace every 2 years regardless of mileage (kilometres) 

• Spark plugs: Replace (except Touareg V8 and Phaeton V8) 

• Interior and exterior lights: check function 

• Air suspension: check for damage/leaks (Touareg and Phaeton) 

• Underbody: check for damage (Touareg and Phaeton) 

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Service at 40,000 miles (64,000 km) - continued 


• Air cfeaner: Replace filter element 

• Cooling system: Check coolant level; add if necessary 

• Dust and pollen filter (where applicable): Replace 

• Ribbed belt: Check condition 

• Power Steering: Check fluid level 

• Drive shafts: Check boots 

• Front axle: Check dust seals on ball joints, tie rod ends; check tie rods 

• On-Board diagnostic system: Check fault memory: purge if necessary 

• Roof frame: Clean and lubricate 

• Automatic transmission: Check ATF 

• Rear spoiler: Lubricate {New Beetle only) 

• Airbag system: Visual check every 12 months regardless of mileage (kilometres) 

• Road test: Check kickdown, braking, steering, heating and ventilation, air condi¬ 
tioning, power accessories and electrical systems 

• 12V starter and auxiliary battery: check {where applicable) 

• Convertible top: Check function and check roll-over protection with convertible top 
open {New Beetle Convertible only) 

• Tires: Check tread depth, adjust tire pressure if necessary. 

• Tire pressure monitoring system sensors: Check battery charge, replace wheel 
electronics and aluminum valve if necessary {where applicable). 



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Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


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Service at 45,000 miles (72,000 km) - Models with a 1.8T or V6 
engine ONLY. 



Service at 50,000 miles (80,000 km) - ALL MODELS 


• Engine: Change oil and oil filter 

• Water separator: Drain water {TDI engine oniy) 

• Windshield washer: Check fluid level, add if necessary 

• Automatic shift lock: Check operation including park/neutral position switch 

• Brake system: Check for damage/leaks, brake pad thickness, brake fluid level 

• Wheels: Rotate from front to rear 

• Rear spoiler: Lubricate {New Beetie oniy) 

• Airbag system: Visual check every 12 months regardless of mileage (kilometres) 

• 12V starter and auxiliary battery: check {where appiicabie) 

• Tires; Check tread depth, adjust tire pressure if necessary. 

• Tire pressure monitoring system sensors: Check battery charge, replace wheel 
electronics and aluminum valve if necessary {where appiicabie). 



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SERVICE SCHEDULE 


Service at 55,000 miles (88,000 km) - Models with a 1.8T or V6 
engine ONLY. 


• Engine: Change oil and oil filter 


Next Service: 


Date:. 


Miles/km:. 

Today's date and 

whichever occurs first 

Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


• • 


# # 


Service at 60,000 miles (96,000 km) - ALL MODELS 

• Engine: Change oil and oil filter 

• Engine: Check for leaks 

• Exhaust system: Check for damage and leaks 

• Water separator: Drain water {TDI engine only) 

• Fuel filter: Replace {TDI engine only) 

• Battery: Check electrolyte level {Passat) 

• Battery: Check {Golf, Jetta, New Beetle) 

• Door check straps: Lubricate 

• Dust and pollen filter {where applicable): Replace 

• Cooling system: Check coolant level; add if necessary 

• Windshield washer: Check fluid level; add if necessary 

• Automatic shift lock: Check operation including park/neutral/safety switch 

• Automatic transmission: Check for leaks 

• Manual transmission: Check oil level; add if necessary; check for leaks 

• Timing belt: Check condition {4 cylinder gasoline engine on!^ 

• Automatic transmission final drive: Check fluid level and for leaks 

• Wheels: Rotate from front to rear 

■ • Tires/spare wheel: Check condition and pressure 

• Brake system: Check for damage/leaks, brake pad thickness and brake fluid level 

• Drive shafts: Check boots 

• On-Board diagnostic system: Check fault memory; purge if necessary 

• Roof frame: Clean and lubricate 

• Front axle: Check dust seal on ball joints and tie rods; check tie rods 

• Headlights: Adjust 

• Rear spoiler: Lubricate {New Beetle only) 

• Airbag system: Visual check every 12 months regardless of mileage (kilometres) 

• Road test: Check kickdown, braking, steering, heating and ventilation, air condi¬ 
tioning, power accessories and electrical systems 

• 12V starter and auxiliary battery: check {where applicable) 

• Spark plugs: replace {Touareg V8 and Phaeton VS only) 

• Tires: Check tread depth, adjust tire pressure if necessary, 

• Tire pressure monitoring system sensors: Check battery charge, replace wheel 
electronics and aluminum valve if necessary {where applicable). 

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SERVICE SCHEDULE " 


Service at 60,000 miles {96,000 km) - continued 


Next Service: 


Date:. 


Miles / km;. 

Today's date and 

whichever occurs first , 

Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


Service at 65,000 miles (104,000 km) - Models with a 1.8T or 
V6 engine ONLY. 




• Engine: Change oil and oil filter 


Next Service: 


Date:. 


Miles / km:. 

Today's date and 

whichever occurs first 

Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


• • 


Service at 70,000 miles (112,000 km) - ALL MODELS 

• Engine; Change oil and oil filter 

• Water separator; Drain water (TDI engine only) 

• Windshield washer: Check fluid level, add if necessary 

• Automatic shift lock: Check operation including park/neutral position switch 

• Brake system: Check for damage/leaks, brake pad thickness, brake fluid level 

• Wheels: Rotate from front to rear 

• Rear spoiler: Lubricate {New Beetle onl)d 

• Airbag system: Visual check every 12 months regardless, of mileage (kilometres) 

• 12V starter and auxiliary battery; check (where applicable) 

• Tires: Check tread depth, adjust tire pressure if necessary. 

• Tire pressure monitoring system sensors: Check battery charge, replace wheel 
electronics and aluminum valve if necessary (where applicable). 


Next Service: 

Date:.. 

Miles / km:. 

Today's date and 

whichever occurs first Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


Service at 75,000 miles (120,000 km) - Models with a 1.8T or 
V6 engine ONLY. 


• Engine: Change oil and oil filter 


Next Service: 


Date: .... 


Miles / km:... 

Today's date and 

whichever occurs first 

Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


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Service at 80,000 miles (128,000 km) - ALL MODELS 


• Engine: Change oil and oil filter 

• Engine: Check for leaks 

• Exhaust system: Check for damage and leaks 

• Fuel filter: Replace (TD/ engine only) 

• Water separator: Drain (TDI engine only) 

• Battery: Check electrolyte level (Passat) 

• Battery: Check (Golf, Jetta, New Beetle) 

• Door check straps: Lubricate . 

• Spark plugs: Replace (except Touareg V8 and Phaeton V8) 

• Air cleaner: Replace filter element 

• Cooling system: Check coolant level; add if necessary 

• Dust and pollen filter (where applicable): Replace 

• Timing belt: Check condition (4 cylinder gasoline engine only) 

• V-belt: Check tension and condition; adjust if necessary 

• Ribbed belt; Check condition 

• Timing belt: change (Touareg V8 and Phaeton V8 only) 

• Windshield washer: Check fluid level; add if necessary 

• Automatic shift lock: Check operation including park/neutral/safety switch 

• Automatic transmission: Check for leaks 

• Manual transmission: Check oil level; add if necessary; check for leaks 

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SERVICE SCHEDULE' 


Service at 80,000 miles (128,000 km) - continued 


• Automatic transmission final drive oil: Check level and for leaks; add if necessary 

• Wheels: Rotate from front to rear 

• Headlights: Adjust 

• Tires/spare wheel; Check condition and pressure 

• Brake system: Check for damage/leaks, brake pad thickness, brake fluid level 

• Power steering: Check fluid level 

• Brake fluid: Replace every 2 years regardless of mileage (kilometres) 

• Drive shafts: Check boots 

• Front axle: Check dust seals on ball joints, tie rod ends; check tie rods 

• On-Board diagnostic system: Check fault memory; purge if necessary 

• Roof frame: Clean and lubricate 

• Automatic transmission; Check ATF 

• Rear spoiler: Lubricate (New Beetle only) 

• Airbag system: Visual check every 12 months regardless of mileage (kilometres) 

• Road test: Check kickdown, braking, steering, heating and ventilation, air condi¬ 
tioning, power accessories and electrical systems 

• 12V starter and auxiliary battery; check (where applicable) 

• Convertible top: Check function and check roll-over protection with convertible top 
open (New Beetle Convertible onl^ 

• Tires; Check tread depth, adjust tire pressure if necessary. 

• Tire pressure monitoring system sensors: Check battery charge, replace wheel 
electronics and aluminum valve if necessary (where applicable). 



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SERVICE SCHEDULE 

Service at 85,000 miles (136,000 km) - Models with a 1.8T or 
V6 engine ONLY. 


e Engine: Change oil and oil filter 


Next Service: 


Date:. 


Miles / km;. 

Today's date and 

whichever occurs first 

Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


Service at 90,000 miles (144,000 km) - ALL MODELS 

• Engine: Change oil and oil filter 

• Water separator: Drain water {TDl engine onlyl 

• Windshield washer: Check fluid level, add if necessary 

• Automatic shift lock: Check operation including park/neutrai position switch 

• Brake system: Check for damage/leaks, brake pad thickness, brake fluid level 

• Wheels: Rotate from front to rear 

• Rear spoiler: Lubricate (New Beetle only) 

• Airbag system: Visual check every 12 months regardless of mileage (kilometres) 

• 12V starter and auxiliary battery: check (where applicable) 

• Timing belt: Replace (TDl engine only) 

• Tires: Check tread depth, adjust tire pressure if necessary. 

• Tire pressure monitoring system sensors: Check battery charge, replace wheel 
electronics and aluminum valve if necessary (where applicable). 

Next Service: 


Date:. 

Miles / km: 


whichever occurs first 


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Service at 95,000 miles (152,000 km) - Models with a 1.8T or 
V6 engine ONLY. 




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SERVICE SCHEDULE 


Service at 100,000 miles (160,000 km) - ALL MODELS 


• Engine: Change oil and oil filter 

• Engine: Check for leaks 

• Exhaust system: Check for damage and leaks 

• Water separator: Drain water {TDI engine only) 

• Fuel filter: Replace {TDI engine only) 

• Battery: Check electrolyte level (Passat) 

• Battery: Check {Golf, Jetta, New Beetle) 

• Door check straps: Lubricate 

• Dust and pollen filter (where applicable): Replace 

• Cooling system: Check coolant level; add if necessary 

• Windshield washer: Check fluid level; add if necessary 

• Automatic shift lock: Check operation including park/neutral/safety switch 

• Automatic transmission: Check for leaks 

• Manual transmission; Check oil level; add if necessary; check for leaks 

• Wheels: Rotate from front to rear 

• Tires/spare wheel: Check condition and pressure 

• Brake system: Check for damage/leaks, brake pad thickness and brake fluid level 

• Drive shafts: Check boots 

• On-Board diagnostic system: Check fault memory; purge if necessary 

• Roof frame: Clean and lubricate 

• Front axle: Check dust seals on ball joints and tie rod ends; check tie rods 

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Service at 100,000 miles (160,000 km) - continued 

• Headlights: Adjust 

• Rear spoiler: Lubricate (New Beetle only) 

m Airbag system: Visual check every 12 months regardless of mileage (kilometres) 

• Road test: Check kickdown, braking, steering, heating and ventilation, air condi¬ 
tioning, power accessories and electrical systems 

• Timing belt: Replace {TDI engine only) 

• 12V starter and auxiliary battery: check {where applicable) 

• Tires: Check tread depth, adjust tire pressure if necessary. 

• Tire pressure monitoring system sensors: Check battery charge, replace wheel 
electronics and aluminum valve if necessary {where applicable). 



Today's date and 

whichever occurs first Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


Service at 105,000 miles (168,000 km) - Models with a 1.8T or 
V6 engine ONLY. 


• Engine: Change oil and oil filter 

• Timing belt and timing belt tensioning roller: Replace {Passat 2.8L V6 S-valve 

engines onl^ 

• Timing belt and timing belt tensioning roller: Replace {Passat, Golf, Jetta, New 
Beetle 1.8 T engine only) 



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SERVICE SCHEDULE 


Brake fluid replacement record 

The brake fluid must be replaced every 2 years regardless of mileage 
(kilometres). 


^ ThP first brake fluid replacement was performed on 

Next Brake Fluid Replacement: 


Date:.. ■ 

Today's date and 


Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


m A brake fluid replacement was oerformed on 

Next Brake Fluid Replacement: 



Today's date and 

Date:. 

Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


# 


Brake fluid replacement record 

The brake fluid must be replaced every 2 years regardless of mileage 
(kilometres). 


The first brake fluid replacement was performed on_ 





Today's date and 
Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


• A brake fluid replacement was performed on 


Next Brake Fluid Replacement: 


Date: 


Today's date and 
Volkswagen Dealer stamp 


• A brake fluid replacement was performed on 

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Next Brake Fluid Replacement: 


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To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bernd Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce 

Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[]; ernd Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce 
Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[]; ruce Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

Cc: "Reineke, Dennis" [Dennis.Reineke@vw.com]; Johnson, Stuart" 

[Stuart.Johnson@vw.com]; Krause, Norbert (VWoA)" [Norbert.Krause@vw.com]; Kolomitz, 
Michael" [Michael.Kolomitz@vw.com] 

From: "Popa, Edward" 

Sent: Fri 5/16/2008 9:10:44 PM 

Subject: Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Surveillance Test Program - Engine Family 
6ADXV02.0366 / veh# L150RXX-0611 
# TEST-PARAMETERS 6ADXV02.0366 080410.xls 



Ladies and Gentlemen, 

Please find below the test information and parameters for the vehicle to be tested within the current EPA 
In-Use Surveillance Test Program -Eng. Earn. 6ADXV02.0366: 

Lab: NVFEL Ann Arbor, Michigan 

Engine Family: 6ADXV02.0366 

Estimated Start Date: Week-ending April 18, 2008 

Recall/Testing Representative: Lynn Sohacki 

Telephone Number: (734) 214-4851 

E-mail address: Sohacki.Lynn@epa.gov 

Class Numbers: L-150/L-151 (low-mileage / high-mileage) 

- General Test Group Information: 

Engine Fam.: 6ADXV02.0366 

Concept: 2.0L/14 (TFSI) 

Em. Standard: ULEV II - BIN 5 

Sales Area: 50 States / Canada 

Engine FIP: 200 hp 

Models in TG: Jetta-Sedan, Golf/GTI, Passat-Sedan, AUDI-A3 

EVAP Fam.: 6ADXR0110238, 6ADXR0125246 

EVAP Standard: C2 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 85,432 

- General Vehicle Group Information: 

-Jetta-Sedan, Golf/GTI, AUDI-A3: 

Tank Capacity 100% [I] 55.0 [I] 

Tank Capacity 40% [I] 22.0 [I] 

Tank Capacity 100% [gal] 14.53 [gal] 

Tank Capacity 40% [gal] 5.81 [gal] 

Canister Working Cap. [g] 110 [g] 

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standard Tire Size 
Axle Ratio 


205/55 R16 

3.136(16/2) / 3.087 (M6/2) 


Target road-load coef. 35.07 (FO) 0.1809 (FI) 0.0181 (F2) - for L6/2 

(Jetta-Sedan, Golf/GTI) 30.12 (FO) 0.1954 (FI) 0.0186 (F2) - for M6/2 

Target road-load coef. 32.37 (FO) 0.0535 (FI) 0.0200 (F2) - for L6/2 

(AUDI-A3) 31.02 (FO) 0.1520 (FI) 0.0200 (F2) - for M6/2 

- Passat-Sedan: 

Tank Capacity 100% [I] 70.0 [I] - Passat-Sedan 

Tank Capacity 40% [I] 28.0 [I] - Passat-Sedan 

Tank Capacity 100% [gal] 18.49 [gal] - Passat-Sedan 

Tank Capacity 40% [gal] 7.40 [gal] - Passat-Sedan 

Canister Working Cap. [g] 125 [g] - Passat-Sedan 

Standard Tire Size 215/55 R16 

Axle Ratio 3.201 (L6/2) / 3.087 (M6/2) 

Target road-load coef. 35.07 (FO) 0.5065 (FI) 0.0140 (F2) - for L6/2 

33.72 (FO) 0.1339 (FI) 0.0179 (F2) - for M6/2 

- Model & VIN Specific Test Parameters: => see attached .xis spreadsheet 

«# TEST-PARAMETERS 6ADXV02.0366 080410.xis» 


- VIN Specific Information: 


(3) (2006 VW Passat) - vehicle inspection scheduled for 5/21/08 (Wednesday) 

VIN: I Ex!'6 . 1 

Make/Model: "■VL'KyP'AS'/'Pas^T'SS'iOT 

Model Code: 3C25K6 

Exterior Color: REFLEX SILVER METALLIC 


Prod Date: 07/26/2005 

In Service Date: 09/30/2005 

Engine#: BPY 023397 

Vehicle Source: Europe 


In case of any questions or need of additional information, please don't hesitate to contact me. 


Best regards, 
Edy 


Edward-Fabian Popa 

Manager In-Use Emission Compliance 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

Engineering and Environmental Office 

3800 Flamlin Road 

Auburn Hills, Ml 48326, U.S.A. 

Tel. +1248 754 4211 
Mobile: +1 248 881 4095 

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Fax: +1 248 754 4207 

mailto:edward.popa@audi.com <mailto:edward.popa@audi.com> 
http://www.vw.com <http://www.vw.com/> 
http://www.audiusa.com <http://www.audiusa.com/> 


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Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Surveillance Test Program L-150 / L-151 (6ADXV02.0366) 


Engine Fam.: 

Concept: 

Em. Standard: 

Sales Area: 

Engine HP: 

Engine Code: 

Models in TG: 

EVAP Fam.s in TG: 
EVAP Standard: 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 


6ADXV02.0366 
2.0L /14 (TFSI) 

ULEVII - BIN 5 
50 States / Canada 
200 hp 
BPY 

Jetta-Sedan, Golf/GTI, Passat-Sedan, AUDI-A3 
6ADXR0110238, 6ADXR0125246 
C2 

85,432 


EPA 

Internal 

Veh. Procurement 
No. 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Model 

Description 

ViN 

Body 

Type 

Trim 

Level 

Curb 

Weight 

(lbs) 

ETW 

[Ibsl 

FO 

Target 

SAE 

M 

FI 

Target 

SAE 

[lb_f/mph] 

F2 

T arget 
SAE 
[ib_f/ 
(mph)*2} 

Tire 

Srze 

Sold 

Vehicles 

per 

Model Code 

-151RXX-0135 

3C25K6 

VLK / PAS / Passat B6 2.0T 

Sedan 

2.0T 

3,389 

3,750 

35.07 

0.5065 

0.0140 

215/55 R16 

44,468 

-150RXX-0463 

3C25K6 

VLK / PAS / Passat B6 2.0T 


Sedan 

2.0T 

3,389 

3,750 

35.07 

0.5065 

0.0140 

215/55 R16 

44,468 

-150RXX-0611 

3C25K6 

VLK / PAS / Passat B6 2.0T 

Sedan 

2.0T 

3,389 

3,750 

35.07 

0.5065 

0.0140 

215/55 R16 

44,468 





























EPA 

internal 

Veh, Procurement 
No, 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Mode! 

Description 

Ex. 61 

Body 

Type 

Trim 

Level 

Transmission 

Type 

Transmission 

Code 

Axle 

Ratio 

FTP - Shift 
Schedule; 
CEFISNo. 

HWy - Shift 
Schedule: 
CEFIS No. 

US06 - Shift 
Schedule; 
CEFIS No. 


■..151RXX-0135 

3G25K6 

VLK / PAS / Passat B6 2.0T 


Sedan 

2.0T 

L6/2 

AQ250-6F 

3.201 

FTA 

HWA 

US6A 

■-.150RXX"0463 

3C25KS 

VLK / PAS / Passat BS 2.0T 


Sedan 

2.0T 

L6/2 

AQ250-6F 

3.201 

FTA 

HWA 

US6A 

■-,150RX.X>0611 

3C25K6 

VLK/PAS/Passat B6 2.0T 


Sedan 

2.0T 

L6/2 

AQ250-6F 

3.201 

FTA 

HWA 

US6A 


























EPA 

internal 

Vcdi, Procurement 
No, 

Sale 

Mode! 

Code 

Model 

Description 


Body 

Type 

Trim 

Level 

Tank 

Capacity 

100% 

[i] 

Tank 

Capacity 

40% 

{!] 

Tank 

Capacity 

100% 

[gal] 

Tank 

Capacity 

40% 

[gal] 

Canister 

Working 

Capacity 

m 

.151RXX"0135 

3C25KS 

VLK ; PAS; Passat BS 2.0T i |~~ [ 


2.0T 

70 

28 

18.49 

7.40 

125 

.151RXX"0135 

3C25KS 

VLK / PAS / Passat Fi6 2.0T i 1^ i 

•i-dan 

2.0T 

70 

28 

18.49 

7.40 

125 

,151RXX'-0135 

3C25K6 

VL K ! PAS / Passat B6 2.0T j 


•^’dan 

2.0T 

70 

28 

18.49 

7.40 

125 


L_j 


Volkswagen of America, Inc. - EEO 


9af591b3-97ed-4e25-8eb3-1713eed0afb9 (Status As Of 2007-11-19) 


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To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

Cc: "Johnson, Stuart" [Stuart.Johnson@vw.com]; Krause, Norbert (VWoA)" 

[Norbert.Krause@vw.com]; Barke, Matthias" [Matthias.Barke@vw.com] 

From: "Popa, Edward" 

Sent: Mon 5/19/2008 4:34:35 PM 

Subject: Confirmatory Test - 5\/WXV01.9236 

mailto:edward.popa@.audi.com 
http://www.vw.com 
http://www.audiusa.com 

Hello Lynn, 

As already discussed on the phone there are two topics that I would like to double check with you. 

- My understanding is that for the confirmatory test on the MY2005 1.9 TDI - engine family 

5VWXV01.9236 2 US06 are going to be performed on the test vehicles (desulf procedure) before the 

actual FTP test. This was the procedure for the vehicles tested in the surveillance program in 2007. 

- Could you also please confirm that you perform the US06 on the vehicles before the precon phase. If 
not please let me know what is the exact procedure that you follow. 

If you have any question don't hesitate to contact me. 

When you answer, please consider also my colleagues in the Cc-Field. 

Thank you and have a nice day, 

Edy 


Edward-Fabian Popa 

Manager In-Use Emission Compliance 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
Engineering and Environmental Office 
3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, MI48326, U.S.A. 

Tel. +1248 754 4211 
Mobile: +1 248 8814095 
Fax: +1 248 754 4207 

mailto:edward.popa@audi.com 
http://www.vw.com 
http://www.audiusa.com 


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To: "Popa, Edward" [Edward.Popa@audi.com] 

Cc: "Barke, Matthias" [Matthias.Barke@vw.com]; Krause, Norbert (VWoA)" 

[Norbert.Krause@vw.com]; Johnson, Stuart" [Stuart.Johnson@vw.com] 

Bcc: [] 

From: CN=Lynn Sohacki/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US 

Sent: Fri 5/23/2008 3:39:31 PM 

Subject: Re: Confirmatory Test - 5VVVXV01.9236 

mailto:edward.popa@audi.com 

http://www.vw.com 

http://www.audiusa.com 

Hi, Edward. 

I apologize for taking so long to get back to you. I want to make sure that my answer to you is correct so I 
want to run it past the lab managers. It has been a long time since the last confirmatory test so I want to 
make sure everyone is on board. I expect to get an answer to you by next week. Please excuse the delay. 

Lynn Sohacki 

Environmental Protection Agency 
(734)214-4851 
(734)214-4869 fax 


"Popa, Edward" <Edward.Popa@audi.com> 

Sent by: "Popa, Edward" <Edward.Popa@audi.com> 

Received Date: 

05/19/2008 12:34 PM 
Transmission Date: 

05/19/2008 12:34:35 PM 

To Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/USiSEPA 

cc "Johnson, Stuart" <Stuart.Johnson(5)vw.com>, "Krause, Norbert (VWoA)" 

<Norbert.Krause(5)vw.com>, "Barke, Matthias" <Matthias.Barke(5)vw.com> 
Subject Confirmatory Test - 5VWXV01.9236 


Hello Lynn, 

As already discussed on the phone there are two topics that I would like to double check with you. 

- My understanding is that for the confirmatory test on the MY2005 1.9 TDI - engine family 
5VWXV01.9236 -, 2 US06 are going to be performed on the test vehicles (desulf procedure) before the 
actual FTP test. This was the procedure for the vehicles tested in the surveillance program in 2007. 

- Could you also please confirm that you perform the L)S06 on the vehicles before the precon phase. If not 
please let me know what is the exact procedure that you follow. 

If you have any question don't hesitate to contact me. 

When you answer, please consider also my colleagues in the Cc-Field. 

Thank you and have a nice day. 


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Edy 

Edward-Fabian Popa 

Manager In-Use Emission Compliance 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

Engineering and Environmental Office 

3800 Hamlin Road 

Auburn Hills, Ml 48326, U.S.A. 

Tel. +1248 754 4211 
Mobile: +1 248 881 4095 
Fax: +1 248 754 4207 

mailto:edward.popa@audi.com 
http://www.vw.com 
http://www.audiusa.com 


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To: "Popa, Edward" [Edward.Popa@audi.com] 

Cc: "Barke, Matthias" [Matthias.Barke@vw.com]; Krause, Norbert (VWoA)" 

[Norbert.Krause@vw.com]; Johnson, Stuart" [Stuart.Johnson@vw.com] 

Bcc: [] 

From: CN=Lynn Sohacki/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US 

Sent: Wed 5/28/2008 3:07:13 PM 

Subject: Re: Confirmatory Test - 5VWXV01.9236 

mailto:edward.popa@audi.com 

http://www.vw.com 

http://www.audiusa.com 

Hi, Edward. 

The following is the procedure that we will be using for the confirmatory tests: 

Fuel Change 

Desulf cycle (entire US06 test, both cycles) 

Warm up (highway cycle) 
road load derivation 
prep (LA-4) 
soak (12 to 36 hours) 

FTP 

Highway 

US06 

I apologize for the delay in getting this to you. Let me know if you have any further questions. 
Lynn Sohacki 

Environmental Protection Agency 
(734)214-4851 
(734)214-4869 fax 


"Popa, Edward" <Edward.Popa(5)audi.com> 

Sent by: "Popa, Edward" <Edward.Popa(5)audi.com> 

Received Date: 

05/19/2008 12:34 PM 
Transmission Date: 

05/19/2008 12:34:35 PM 

To Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US(5)EPA 

cc "Johnson, Stuart" <Stuart.Johnson(5)vw.com>, "Krause, Norbert (VWoA)" 

<Norbert.Krause@vw.com>, "Barke, Matthias" <Matthias.Barke@vw.com> 
Subject Confirmatory Test - 5VWXV01.9236 


Hello Lynn, 

As already discussed on the phone there are two topics that I would like to double check with you. 


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- My understanding is that for the confirmatory test on the MY2005 1.9 TDI - engine family 5VWXV01.9236 2 

US06 are going to be performed on the test vehicles (desulf procedure) before the actual FTP test. This was the 
procedure for the vehicles tested in the surveillance program in 2007. 

- Could you also please confirm that you perform the US06 on the vehicles before the precon phase. If not please 
let me know what is the exact procedure that you follow. 

If you have any question don't hesitate to contact me. 

When you answer, please consider also my colleagues in the Cc-Field. 

Thank you and have a nice day, 

Edy 

Edward-Fabian Popa 

Manager In-Use Emission Compliance 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

Engineering and Environmental Office 

3800 Flamlin Road 

Auburn Hills, Ml 48326, U.S.A. 

Tel. +1248 754 4211 
Mobile: +1 248 881 4095 
Fax: +1 248 754 4207 

mailto:edward.popa@audi.com 
http://www.vw.com 
http://www.audiusa.com 


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To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

Cc: "Barke, Matthias" [Matthias.Barke@vw.com]; Johnson, Stuart" 

[Stuart.Johnson@vw.com]; Popa, Edward" [Edward.Popa@audi.com] 
From: "Krause, Norbert (VWoA)" 

Sent: Wed 5/28/2008 3:10:55 PM 

Subject: RE: Confirmatory Test - 5VWXV01.9236 

Thank you, Lynn. 

Norbert Krause 

Director, Engineering and Environmental Office 
Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326 
United States of America 
Phone +1-248-754-4201 
Mobile +1-248-705-5626 
FAX +1-248-754-4207 
norbert.krause@vw.com 

-Original Message- 

From: Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov [mailto:Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov] 

Sent: Mittwoch, 28. Mai 2008 11:07 
To: Popa, Edward 

Cc: Barke, Matthias; Krause, Norbert (VWoA); Johnson, Stuart 
Subject: Re: Confirmatory Test - 5VWXV01.9236 

Hi, Edward. 

The following is the procedure that we will be using for the 
confirmatory tests: 

Fuel Change 

Desulf cycle (entire US06 test, both cycles) Warm up (highway cycle) 
road load derivation prep (LA-4) soak (12 to 36 hours) FTP Highway 
US06 

I apologize for the delay in getting this to you. Let me know if you 
have any further questions. 

Lynn Sohacki 

Environmental Protection Agency 
(734)214-4851 
(734)214-4869 fax 


"Popa, Edward" 

<Edward.Popa@aud 

i.com> To 

Sent by: "Popa, Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA 

Edward" cc 


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<Edward.Popa@aud "Johnson, Stuart" 

i.com> <Stuart.Johnson@vw.com>, "Krause, 

Norbert (VWoA)" 

Received Date: <Norbert.Krause@vw.com>, "Barke, 

05/19/2008 12:34 Matthias" <Matthias.Barke(S)vw.com> 
PM Subject 

Transmission Confirmatory Test - 5\/WXV01.9236 
Date: 

05/19/2008 
12:34:35 PM 


Hello Lynn, 

As already discussed on the phone there are two topics that I would like 
to double check with you. 

- My understanding is that for the confirmatory test on the MY2005 1.9 
TDI - engine family 5VWXV01.9236 -, 2 US06 are going to be performed on 
the test vehicles (desulf procedure) before the actual FTP test. This 

was the procedure for the vehicles tested in the surveillance program in 
2007. 

- Could you also please confirm that you perform the US06 on the 
vehicles before the precon phase. If not please let me know what is the 
exact procedure that you follow. 

If you have any question don't hesitate to contact me. 

When you answer, please consider also my colleagues in the Cc-Fieid. 

Thank you and have a nice day, 

Edy 


Edward-Fabian Popa 

Manager In-Use Emission Compliance 


Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
Engineering and Environmental Office 
3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326, U.S.A. 

Tel. +1248 754 4211 
Mobile: +1 248 881 4095 
Fax: +1 248 754 4207 

mailto:edward.popa@audi.com 
http://www.vw.com 


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http://www.audiusa.com 


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To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bernd 

Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[]; mce Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bernd 
Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[]; ernd Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

Cc: "Johnson, Stuart" [Stuart.Johnson@vw.com]; Krause, Norbert (VWoA)" 

[Norbert.Krause@vw.com]; Roth, Eugen (EASZ/5)" [eugen.roth@volkswagen.de] 

From: "Popa, Edward" 

Sent: Mon 6/2/2008 3:40:48 PM 

Subject: Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Confirmatory Test Program - Engine Family 
5VVVXV01.9236 

# TEST-PARAMETERS 5VVVXV01.9236 080602.xls 

Ladies and Gentlemen, 

Please find below the test information and parameters for the three 
vehicles to be tested within the current EPA In-Use Confirmatory Test 
Program - L-001c/L-002c (Eng. Earn. 5VWXV01.9236). 

VIN specific test parameters are to be find in the attached .xls spread 
sheet as well. 

Lab: NVFEL Ann Arbor, 

Michigan 

Engine Family: 5VWXV02.5253 

Estimated Start Date: November 16, 2007 

Recall/Testing Representative: Lynn Sohacki 
Telephone Number: (734) 214-4851 

E-mail address: Sohacki.LynniSepa.gov 

Class Numbers: L-001c/L-002c (low mileage / 

high mileage) 

- General Test Group Information: 


Engine Fam.: 5V\A/XV01.9236 

Concept: 1.9L/I4 TDI-PD, 100 hp 

Em. Standard: BIN 10 - lnT2 

Sales Area: Federal (45 States only) / Canada 

Engine FIP: 100 hp 

Engine Code: BEW 

Models in TG: VW New Beetle, Golf, Jetta Sedan, 

Jetta Wagon (PQ-34) 

EVAP Fam.: n/a 

EVAP Standard: n/a 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 15,056 

- General Vehicle Group Information: 


Tank Capacity 100% [I] 55.0 [I] 

Tank Capacity 40% [I] 22.0 [I] 

Tank Capacity 100% [gal] 14.53 [gal] 

Tank Capacity 40% [gal] 5.81 [gal] 

Canister Working Cap. [g] n/a 

Standard Tire Size 195/65 R15 

Axle Ratio 3.491 (L5-S5) / 3.389 (M5) 

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- Model & VIN Specific Test Parameters: => see attached .xls 
spreadsheet 


- VIN Specific Information: 


(1) L002RXX-0024C (2005 VW-Jetta) -- vehicle inspection scheduled for 
06/04/2008 (Wednesday) at ~07:30 


VIN: 


Ex. 6 


Make/Model: 
Model Code: 
Exterior Color: 
Prod Date: 

In Service Date: 
Engine#: 


Jetta GLSTDI 
1J6534 

BLACK EXTERIOR 
06/11/2004 
09/02/2004 
BEW 038262 


Vehicle Source: Europe 


In case of any questions or need of additional information, please don't 
hesitate to contact me. 

Best regards, 

Edy 

Edward-Fabian Popa 

Manager In-Use Emission Compliance 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

Engineering and Environmental Office 

3800 Hamlin Road 

Auburn Hills, Ml 48326, U.S.A. 

Tel. +1248 754 4211 
Mobile: +1 248 881 4095 
Fax: +1 248 754 4207 

mailto:edward.popa@audi.com <mailto:edward.popa@audi.com> 
http://www.vw.com <http://www.vw.com/> 
http://www.audiusa.com <http://www.audiusa.com/> 


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Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Confirmatory Test Program L-001c/L-002c (5VWXV01.9236) 


Engine Fam.: 

Concept: 

Em. Standard: 

Sales Area: 

Engine HP: 

Engine Code: 

Models in TG: 

EVAP Fam.s in TG: 
EVAP Standard: 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 


5VWXV02.5253 
1.9L/I4 TDI-PD 
BIN 10 - lnT2 

Federal (45 States only) / Canada 

100 hp 

BEW 

VW New Beetle, Golf, Jetta Sedan, Jetta Wagon (PQ-34) 

n/a 

n/a 

15,056 


EPA 

Internal 

Veh. Procurement 
No. 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Model 

Description 

VIN 

Body 

Type 

Trim 

Level 

Curb 

Weight 

[lbs] 

ETW 

[ibs] 

FO 

Target 

SAE 

F1 

Target 

SAE 

[ib_f / mph] 

F2 

Target 

SAE 

PbJ/ 

{mph)*2] 

Tire 

Size 

Sold 

Vehicles 

per 

Model Code 

-002RXX-0024 

1J6534 

VLK/JET/Jetta GLS TDI 

i/Vaqon 

1.9L (TDI-PD) 

3,095 

3,375 

22.71 

0.1049 

0.0194 

195/65 R15 

1,869 


















































Ex. 6 



ERA 

internal 

Vc^h, F^rocureinent 
No, 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Model 

Description 

Body 

Type 

Trim 

Level 

[Transmission 

Type 

T ransmission 
Code 

Axle 

Ratio 

FTP - Shift 
Schedule: 
CEFIS No. 

HWY - Shift 
Schedule: 
CEFIS No. 

US06 - Shift 
Schedule: 
CEFIS No. 


■-.002RX.X>0024 

1J6534 

VLK/JET/Jetta GLS TDf 

Waqon 

1.9L {Tr,)f..PDi 

04 M5 

EUH 

3.389 

590 0041 

590 0042 

590 0043 








































_^_ 






EPA 

internal 

VcJ-i, Procurement 
No, 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Model 

Description 


Body 1 

Type 1 

1 

1 

Trim 

Level 

Tank 
Capacity 
i 100% 

(I] 

Tank 

Capacity 

40% 

[II 

Tank 

Capacity 

100% 

[gal] 

Tank 

Capacity ' 
40% 

[gal] : 

Canister 

Working 

Capacity 

w 

..■■00l€/L-002c -all 

all 

all 

all 


all 

55 

22 

14.53 

5.81 

n/a 


Volkswagen of America, Inc. - EEO 


083b2ae0-1bc7-4400-a05e-a3ffd6e1b03c (Status As Of 2007-11-19) 


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To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

Cc: "Johnson, Stuart" [Stuart.Johnson@vw.com]; Krause, Norbert (VWoA)" 

[Norbert.Krause@vw.com] 

From: "Popa, Edward" 

Sent: Tue 6/3/2008 3:47:58 PM 

Subject: RE: Question about the maintenance form 

Hi Lynn, 

I looked up the spec for freeze protection level, and it has a value of 
-35 degrees. There is no window for this spec, which means that the 
value is pretty exact. 

The only window that exits is for the water/coolant mixture, which can 

be anywhere between 40% and 60%. The asked consistency should however be 

50%. 


If you have any questions please let me know. 
Edy 


Edward-Fabian Popa 

Manager In-Use Emission Compliance 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
Engineering and Environmental Office 
3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326, U.S.A. 

Tel. +1248 754 4211 
Mobile: +1248 8814095 
Fax: +1 248 754 4207 

mailto:edward.popa@audi.com 
http://www.vw.com 
http://www.audiusa.com 


-Original Message- 

From: Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov [mailto:Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov] 

Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2008 11:31 AM 
To: Popa, Edward 

Subject: Question about the maintenance form 


Hi, Edward. 

A few weeks ago you returned an EPA maintenance form to me with 
specifications that you had inserted for radiator pressure, etc. You 
included, for freeze protection level, a spec of -35 degrees at 50% 
water/coolant mixture. This seems pretty exact. I'd like to ask if 
this is an upper specification (for example could the freeze protection 
level be less than -35 degrees) or is there an acceptable band around 
that temperature (such as + or - 5 degrees). Any guidance would be 
appreciated. 


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Lynn Sohacki 

Environmental Protection Agency 
(734)214-4851 
(734)214-4869 fax 


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To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bernd 

Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[]; ruce Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bernd 
Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[]; ernd Liebner/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

Cc: "Johnson, Stuart" [Stuart.Johnson@vw.com]; Krause, Norbert (VWoA)" 

[Norbert.Krause@vw.com]; Roth, Eugen (EASZ/5)" [eugen.roth@volkswagen.de]; om 
Bali/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

From: "Popa, Edward" 

Sent: Thur 6/12/2008 2:21:33 PM 

Subject: Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Confirmatory Test Program - Engine Family 
5VVVXV01.9236 - 2nd & 3rd vehicles 
# TEST-PARAMETERS 5VVVXV01.9236 080602.xls 

Ladies and Gentlemen, 

Please find below the test information and parameters for the second and 
third vehicles to be tested within the current EPA In-Use Confirmatory 
Test Program - L-001c/L-002c (Eng. Earn. 5V\A/XV01.9236). 

VIN specific test parameters are to be find in the attached .xls spread 
sheet as well. 

Lab: NVFEL Ann Arbor, 

Michigan 

Engine Family: 5VWXV02.5253 

Estimated Start Date: November 16, 2007 

Recall/Testing Representative: Lynn Sohacki 
Telephone Number: (734) 214-4851 

E-mail address: Sohacki.Lynn(S)epa.gov 

Class Numbers: L-001c/L-002c (low mileage / 

high mileage) 

- General Test Group Information: 


Engine Fam.: 5VWXV01.9236 

Concept: 1.9L/I4 TDI-PD, 100 hp 

Em. Standard: BIN 10 - lnT2 

Sales Area: Federal (45 States only) / Canada 

Engine FIP: 100 hp 

Engine Code: BEW 

Models in TG: VW New Beetle, Golf, Jetta Sedan, 

Jetta Wagon (PQ-34) 

EVAP Fam.: n/a 

EVAP Standard: n/a 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 15,056 

- General Vehicle Group Information: 


Tank Capacity 100% [I] 55.0 [I] 

Tank Capacity 40% [I] 22.0 [I] 

Tank Capacity 100% [gal] 14.53 [gal] 

Tank Capacity 40% [gal] 5.81 [gal] 

Canister Working Cap. [g] n/a 

Standard Tire Size 195/65 R15 

Axle Ratio 3.491 (L5-S5) / 3.389 (M5) 

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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000364 





- Model & VIN Specific Test Parameters: => see attached .xls 
spreadsheet 


- VIN Specific Information: 


(2) L002RXX-0100C (2005 VW-Golf) -- vehicle inspection scheduled for 
06/10/2008 (Tuesday) at ~07:30 


VIN: 


Ex. 6 


Make/Model: 
Model Code: 
Exterior Color: 
Prod Date: 

In Service Date: 
Engine#: 


Golf GLSTDI 
9B1534 

REFLEX SILVER METALLIC 
08/28/2004 
11/03/2004 
BEW 043217 


Vehicle Source: Brazil 


(3) L001RXX-0114C (2005 VW-Jetta) - vehicle inspection scheduled for 

06/13/2008 (Friday) at ~09:00 

VIN: ^ ^ 


Make/Model: 
Model Code: 
Exterior Color: 
Prod Date: 

In Service Date: 
Engine#: 


Jetta GLSTDI 
9M2538 

BLACK EXTERIOR 
08/27/2004 
03/17/2005 
BEW 044489 


Vehicle Source: Mexico 


In case there are any questions or need of additional information, 
please don't hesitate to contact me. 

Best regards, 


Edward-Fabian Popa 

Manager In-Use Emission Compliance 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

Engineering and Environmental Office 

3800 Flamlin Road 

Auburn Hills, Ml 48326, U.S.A. 

Tel. +1248 754 4211 
Mobile: +1 248 881 4095 
Fax: +1 248 754 4207 

mailto:edward.popa@audi.com <mailto:edward.popa@audi.com> 
http://www.vw.com <http://www.vw.com/> 
http://www.audiusa.com <http://www.audiusa.com/> 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000365 








3 


VW FOIA, ERA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000366 



Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Confirmatory Test Program L-001c/L-002c (5VWXV01.9236) 


Engine Fam.: 

Concept: 

Em. Standard: 

Sales Area: 

Engine HP: 

Engine Code: 

Models in TG: 

EVAP Fam.s in TG: 
EVAP Standard: 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 


5VWXV02.5253 
1.9L/I4 TDI-PD 
BIN 10 - lnT2 

Federal (45 States only) / Canada 

100 hp 

BEW 

VW New Beetle, Golf, Jetta Sedan, Jetta Wagon (PQ-34) 

n/a 

n/a 

15,056 


EPA 

Internal 

Veh. Procurement 
No. 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Model 

Description 

VIN 

Body 

Type 

Trim 

Level 

Curb 

\A/eight 

[lbs] 

ETW 

[lbs] 

FO 

Target 

SAE 

FI 

Target 

SAE 

[IbJ/mph] 

F2 

T arget 
SAE 
lib f/ 
(mph )^23 

Tire 

Size 

Sold 

Vehicles 

per 

Model Code 

-002RXX-0024C 

1J6534 

Jetta GLS TDI 5-SPD MANU 

Vaqon 

1.9L (TDI-PD) 

3,095 

3,375 

22.71 

0.1049 

0.0194 

195/65 R15 

1,869 

-002RXX-0100C 

9B1534 

Golf GLS TDI 5-SPD MANU 

Hatchback 

1.9L (TDI-PD) 

2,935 

3,250 

22.71 

0.1049 

0.0194 

195/65 R15 

1,549 

-001RXX-0114C 

9M2538 

Jetta GLS TDI 5-SPD AUTOM 

8edan 

1.9L (TDI-PD) 

3,115 

3,375 

24.73 

0.3654 

0.0170 

195/65 R15 

3,146 


























Ex. 6 



ERA 

internal 

Vc^h, F^rocurement 
No, 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Model 

Description 

Body 

Type 

Trim 

Level 

[Transmission 

Type 

T ransmission 
Code 

Ak\q 

Ratio 

FTP-Shift 
Schedule; 
CEFIS No. 

HVW - Shift 
Schedule: 
GEFIS No. 

US06 - Shift 
Schedule: 
CEFIS No. 


■..002RXX"0024c 

1J6534 

VLK/JET/Jetta GLS TDI 

rVaqon 

1,SL flDI-PDi 

04 M5 

EUH 

3.389 

590 0041 

590 0042 

590 0043 

■-.002RXX"010'0c 

961534 

VLK/GOL/GoifGLS TDI 

Hatchback 

1.9L (IDUPD] 

04 M5 

EUH 

3.389 

590 0041 

590 0042 

590 0043 

■-,001RX.X>0114c 

9M2538 

Jetta GLS TDf 5-SPD AUTOM 

p'-KiQn 

1.3L {TDf..PD5 

L5-S5 

GPC 

3.491 

FTA 

HWA 

US6A 















— 










EPA 

internal 

Veh, Procurement 
No, 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Model 

Description 


Body I 

Type I 

I 

I 

Trim 

Level 

Tank 
Capacity 
i 100% 

(11 

Tank 

Capacity i 
40% 

[1] 

Tank 

Capacity 

100% 

[gal] 

Tank 

Capacity ' 
40% 

(gal] 

Canister 

Working 

Capacity 

(ii 

-001 c/L-002c -all 

all 

all 

all 


all 

55 

22 

14.53 

5.81 

n/a 


Volkswagen of America, Inc. - EEO 


5bfdd4c2-16e2-4c63-bd84-b81fde29bb81 (Status as af 2008-06-12) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000367 









To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

Cc: Tom Baii/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;"Johnson, Stuart" [Stuart.Johnson@vw.com]; 

Johnson, Stuart" [Stuart.Johnson@vw.com]; Krause, Norbert (VWoA)" 
[Norbert.Krause@vw.com]; Roth, Eugen (EASZ/5)" [eugen.roth@volkswagen.de] 

From: "Popa, Edward" 

Sent: Thur 6/12/2008 2:27:19 PM 

Subject: RE: FTP testing for the confirmatory class 


Hi Lynn, 

We discussed this topic here, and came to the consent that there is no 
concern on our sides to do as you suggested. 

Thank you and best regards, 

Edy 

Edward-Fabian Popa 

Manager In-Use Emission Compliance 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 

Engineering and Environmental Office 

3800 Hamlin Road 

Auburn Hills, Ml 48326, U.S.A. 

Tel. +1248 754 4211 
Mobile: +1248 8814095 
Fax: +1 248 754 4207 

mailto:edward.popa@audi.com 
http://www.vw.com 
http://www.audiusa.com 


-Original Message- 

From: Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov [mailto:Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov] 

Sent: Monday, June 09, 2008 9:29 AM 

To: Popa, Edward 

Cc: Ball.Tom@epamail.epa.gov 

Subject: FTP testing for the confirmatory class 


Hi, Edy. 

I hope you had a nice weekend. 

Would you please send me an e-mail letting me know whether VW has any 
concerns or objections with EPA just running the FTP and not the US06 or 
FEHWY on the confirmatory vehicles? 

Thanks! 

Lynn Sohacki 

Environmental Protection Agency 


1 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000368 





(734)214-4851 
(734)214-4869 fax 


2 


VW FOIA, ERA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000369 



To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Vincent Mazaitis/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce 

Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[]; incent Mazaitis/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce 
Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[]; ruce Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

Cc: "Johnson, Stuart" [Stuart.Johnson@vw.com]; Krause, Norbert (VWoA)" 

[Norbert.Krause@vw.com]; Roth, Eugen (EASZ/5)" [eugen.roth@volkswagen.de]; om 
Bali/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

From: "Popa, Edward" 

Sent: Tue 6/24/2008 8:19:14 PM 

Subject: Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Confirmatory Test Program - Engine Family 
5VVVXV01.9236 - 4th vehicle 

# TEST-PARAMETERS 5VVVXV01.9236 080602.xls 

Ladies and Gentlemen, 

Please find below the test information and parameters for the forth 
vehicle to be tested within the current EPA In-Use Confirmatory Test 
Program - L-001c/L-002c (Eng. Earn. 5VWXV01.9236). 

VIN specific test parameters are to be find in the attached .xls spread 
sheet as well. 

Lab: NVFEL Ann Arbor, 

Michigan 

Engine Family: 5VWXV02.5253 

Estimated Start Date: November 16, 2007 

Recall/Testing Representative: Lynn Sohacki 
Telephone Number: (734) 214-4851 

E-mail address: Sohacki.Lynn(S)epa.gov 

Class Numbers: L-001c/L-002c (low mileage / 

high mileage) 

- General Test Group Information: 


Engine Fam.: 5VWXV01.9236 

Concept: 1.9L/I4 TDI-PD, 100 hp 

Em. Standard: BIN 10 - lnT2 

Sales Area: Federal (45 States only) / Canada 

Engine FIP: 100 hp 

Engine Code: BEW 

Models in TG: VW New Beetle, Golf, Jetta Sedan, 

Jetta Wagon (PQ-34) 

EVAP Fam.: n/a 

EVAP Standard: n/a 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 15,056 

- General Vehicle Group Information: 


Tank Capacity 100% [I] 55.0 [I] 

Tank Capacity 40% [I] 22.0 [I] 

Tank Capacity 100% [gal] 14.53 [gal] 

Tank Capacity 40% [gal] 5.81 [gal] 

Canister Working Cap. [g] n/a 

Standard Tire Size 195/65 R15 

Axle Ratio 3.491 (L5-S5) / 3.389 (M5) 

1 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000370 





- Model & VIN Specific Test Parameters: => see attached .xls 
spreadsheet also 


- VIN Specific Information: 


(4) L002RXX-0013C (2005 VW-Golf) -- vehicle inspection scheduled for 
06/25/2008 (Tuesday) at ~08:00 


VIN: 


Ex. 6 


Make/Model: 
Model Code: 
Exterior Color: 
Prod Date: 

In Service Date: 
Engine#: 


Golf GLSTDI 
9B1534 

BLUE ANTHRACITE METALLIC 
11/27/2004 
03/10/2005 
BEW 052739 


Vehicle Source: Brazil 


In case there are any questions or need of additional information, 
please don't hesitate to contact me. 

Best regards, 


Edward-Fabian Popa 

Manager In-Use Emission Compliance 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
Engineering and Environmental Office 
3800 Hamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326, U.S.A. 

Tel. +1248 754 4211 
Mobile: +1 248 881 4095 
Fax: +1 248 754 4207 

mailto:edward.popa@audi.com 
http://www.vw.com 
http://www.audiusa.com 


-Original Message- 

From: Mazaitis.Vincent@epamail.epa.gov 
[mailto:Mazaitis.Vincent@epamail.epa.gov] 
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2008 3:07 PM 
To: Popa, Edward 

Cc: Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov 
Subject: Next Confirmatory Vehicle 


Hello Edy 


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Please find enclosed the VIN for the next Confirmatory Test Vehicle to 
be inspected tomorrow morning 6/25/08 at 8:00 a.m. 

If you have any questions please contact me. 

Kind regards, 

Vince Mazaitis 

(See attached file: VW Confirmatory VIN.pdf) 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000372 



Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Confirmatory Test Program L-001c/L-002c (5VWXV01.9236) 


Engine Fam.: 

Concept: 

Em. Standard: 

Sales Area: 

Engine HP: 

Engine Code: 
fyiodeis In TG: 

EVAP Fam.s in TG: 
EVAP Standard: 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 


5VWXV02.5253 
1.9L/I4 TDI-PD 
B!N10-inT2 

Federal (45 States only) / Canada 

100 hp 

BEW 

VW New Beetle, Golf, Jetta Sedan, Jetta Wagon (PQ-34) 

n/a 

n/a 

15,056 


EPA 

Intern^ 

Veh. Procurement 
No. 

Sde 

Model 

Code 

1 Model 

Description 

VIN 

Body 

Type 

1 > 

Curb i 
Weight I 
[lbs] 

i 

ETW 
[lbs] i 

FO 

Target i 
SAE 

PM 

FI 

Target 

SAE 

[lb_f/ mphj 

F2 

Target 

SAE 

Pb f/ ; 
(mpKr2i 

Tire ' 

Size 

Sold 

Vehldes 

per 

Modd Code 

_^r.XX-0024€ 

•W4534 

jetta^LS TDI &-SPC MAWy 

V 9 

Wacf&F) 

4-.9L4TDI-PD) 

3^,095 

3,375 

^v74 

0.-W48 

Q.45m 

405/65-R-15 

4,§68 

.002RXX-0100C 

9B1534 

Golf GLS TDI 5-SPD MANU 

S 

Hatchback 

1.9L (TDI-PD) 

2,935 

3,250 

22.71 

0.1049 

0.0194 

195/65 R15 

1,549 

.001RXX-0114C 

9M2538 

Jetta GLS TDI 5-SPD AUTOM 


Sedan 

;i.9L (TDI-PD) 

3,115 

3,375 

24.73 

0.3654 

0.0170 

195/65 R15 

3,146 

.002RXX-0013C 

9B1534 

Golf GLS TDI 5-SPD MANU 

« i 

Hatchback 

1.9L (TDI-PD) 

2,935 

3,250 : 

22.71 

0.1049 

0.0194 

195/65 R15 

1,549 




i 1 













! j 













i 1 











L[V\ 

Internal 

Veh, F'rocurement 
No, 

■'.hie 

Model 

Code 

Description 

;.002-RXX-0024c 

wes34 

»/LKAJ6T-/-Jetta-GLSTOI 

..002RXX-0100C 

9B1534 

VLK/GOL/Golf GLS TD! 

..001RXX-0114C 

9M253S 

Jetta GLS TDI 5-SPD AUTOM 

..002RXX-0013C 

9B1534. 

Goff GLS TD! 6-SPD MANU 











Ex. 6 



Type 

Level 

Transmission 

Type 

Transmission 

Code 

Axle 

Ratio 

FTP - Shift 
Schedule: 
CEFIS No, 

HVW-Shift 
Schedule: 
CEFIS No. 

US06-Shift 
Schedule: 
C^FIS No. 

i) 

fixation 

4.-9L (TDI-PD) b4 M5 

EUH 


590 0041 

>90 0042 

590 0042 ’ 

!9Oe043 


"(Htchback 

1.9L (TDi-PDi 

04 M5 

EUH 

3.389 

590 0041 

590 0043 


S.'vdan 

1.9L (TDI-PD: 

L5-S5 

GPC 

3.491 

FTA 

HWA 

US6A 


Hatchback 

1.9L t'TDi-PD; 

04 M5 

EUH 

3.389 

590 0041 

590 0042 

590 0043 



















_ 










rejected by EPA 


Internal 

Veh, F’rocurernent 
No, 

T^'e 

Model 

Code 

Description 


Type 

rim 

Level 

Tank | 
Capacity 
100% , 
PI 

I Tank 
Capacity 
40% 

[I] 

Tank ; 
Capacity 

100% I 

Tank 

Capacity 

40% 

[saii 

j 

Canister 

Wbfking 

Capacity 

[g] 

:..001dL-002c - ail 

ail 

a» 

aS- 


all 

55 

22 

14.53 

5.81 

n/a 


Volkswagen Group of America - EEO 


65ec9dc9-828a^039-b27f-2663b8b70e4d (Status as af 2008-06-25) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000373 










To: Lynn Sohacki/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Vincent Mazaitis/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce 

Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[]; incent Mazaitis/AA/USEPA/US@EPA;Bruce 
Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[]; ruce Garrison/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

Cc: "Krause, Norbert (VWoA)" [Norbert.Krause@vw.com]; Johnson, Stuart" 

[Stuart.Johnson@vw.com]; om Ball/AA/USEPA/US@EPA[] 

From: "Popa, Edward" 

Sent: Fri 6/27/2008 3:09:04 PM 

Subject: RE: In-use vehicles scheduled for next week 

# TEST-PARAMETERS 5VVVXV01.9236 080602.xls 


Ladies and Gentlemen, 


Ex. 6 


Please find below the test information and parameters for the fifth 
vehicle to be tested within the current EPA In-Use Confirmatory Test 
Program - L-001c/L-002c (Eng. Earn. 5VWXV01.9236). 


VIN specific test parameters are to be find in the attached .xls spread 
sheet as well. 

Lab: NVFEL Ann Arbor, 

Michigan 

Engine Family: 5VWXV02.5253 

Estimated Start Date: November 16, 2007 

Recall/Testing Representative: Lynn Sohacki 
Telephone Number: (734) 214-4851 

E-mail address: Sohacki.LynniSepa.gov 

Class Numbers: L-001c/L-002c (low mileage / 

high mileage) 


- General Test Group Information: 


Engine Fam.: 

Concept: 

Em. Standard: 

Sales Area: 

Engine FIP: 

Engine Code: 

Models in TG: 

Jetta Wagon (PQ-34) 
EVAP Fam.: 

EVAP Standard: 

# of sold vehicles in TG: 


5VWXV01.9236 
1.9L/I4TDI-PD, 100 hp 
BIN 10 - lnT2 

Federal (45 States only)/Canada 
100 hp 
BEW 

VW New Beetle, Golf, Jetta Sedan, 

n/a 

n/a 

15,056 


- General Vehicle Group Information: 


Tank Capacity 100% [I] 
Tank Capacity 40% [I] 
Tank Capacity 100% [gal] 
Tank Capacity 40% [gal] 
Canister Working Cap. [g] 
Standard Tire Size 
Axle Ratio 


55.0 [I] 

22.0 [I] 

14.53 [gal] 

5.81 [gal] 
n/a 

195/65 R15 

3.491 (L5-S5) / 3.389 (M5) 


1 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000374 






- Model & VIN Specific Test Parameters: => see attached .xls 
spreadsheet also 


VIN Specific Information: 


(5) L001RXX-0130C (2005 VW-Golf) -- vehicle inspection scheduled for 

07/01/2008 (Tuesday) at -OyjOO_ 

VIN: i Ex^e I 

Make/Model: "■■Golf GLSTDr ' 

Model Code: 9B1534 

Exterior Color: REFLEX SILVER METALLIC 

Prod Date: 02/10/2005 

In Service Date: 05/07/2005 

Engine#: BEW 055850 

Vehicle Source: Brazil 


In case there are any questions or need of additional information, 
please don't hesitate to contact me. 

Best regards, 


Edward-Fabian Popa 

Manager In-Use Emission Compliance 

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. 
Engineering and Environmental Office 
3800 Flamlin Road 
Auburn Hills, Ml 48326, U.S.A. 

Tel. +1248 754 4211 
Mobile: +1 248 881 4095 
Fax: +1 248 754 4207 

mailto:edward.popa@audi.com 
http://www.vw.com 
http://www.audiusa.com 


-Original Message- 

From: Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov [mailto:Sohacki.Lynn@epamail.epa.gov] 

Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2008 10:48 AM 
To: Popa, Edward 

Subject: In-use vehicles scheduled for next week 


Hi, Edy. 

Listed below is the information for the vehicles that we have scheduled 
for next week. 


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L001RXX-0130C (2005 VW/Jetta) - VINf 
7/1/08 (Tuesday) 


Ex. 6 


pick up on 


Please send the following to me for these vehicles before pick-up: 

vehicle target road-load coefficients 
fuel tank capacity 
40% tank capacity 
tire pressure 

Please also include: 

preferred method for loading the canister 
preferred fuel drain method 
any special starting procedures 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Thank you. 
Lynn Sohacki 

Environmental Protection Agency 
(734)214-4851 
(734)214-4869 fax 


3 


VW FOIA, ERA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000376 






Test Parameters For EPA In-Use Confirmatory Test Program L-001c/L-002c (5VWXV01.9236) 


Engine Fam.: 

Concept: 

Em. Standard: 

Sales Area: 

Engine HP: 

Engine Code: 
fyiodeis In TG: 

EVAP Fam.s in TG: 
EVAP Standard: 

# of sold vehicles In TG: 


5VWXV02.5253 
1.9L/I4 TDI-PD 
B!N10-inT2 

Federal (45 States only) / Canada 

100 hp 

BEW 

VW New Beetle, Golf, Jetta Sedan, Jetta Wagon (PQ-34) 

n/a 

n/a 

15,056 


EPA 

Int^d 

Veh. Procurenent 
No. 

Sale 

Model 

Code 

Mod^ 

Description 

VtN 

Body 

Type 

Trim 1 

Level 1 

Curb 

Weight 

libs] 

! ETW 

! [m 

FO 

Target 

SAE 

5bJ 

FI i 

Target ' 
SAE 

[Ibj/mph] 1 

F2 

Taraet 

SAE 

(!b f/ i 
(mph)^2] ^ 

Tire 

aze 

sold 

Vehicles 

per 

Modd Code 

_^rXX4024c 

•WS534 

JeOa-GLS TCX 5-SPD MAMU 

W-VWSR&-1J75W0&8240 

Wac)on 




22v74 1 

o.-mo 



4,-869 

.002RXX-0100C 

9B1534 

Golf GLS TDI 5-SPD MANU 

9BWGR61JX54006232 

Hatchback 

1.9L (TDI-PD) 

1 2.935 

3,250 

22.71 i 

0.1049 

0.0194 

195/65 R15 

1,549 

.001RXX-0114C 

9M2538 

Jetta GLS TDI 5-SPD AUTOM 

3VWSR69M15M045490 

Sedan 

1.9L (TDI-PD) 

3.115 

3,375 

24.73 ' 

0.3654 

0.0170 

195/65 R15 

3,146 

.002RXX-0013C 

9B1534 

Golf GLS TDI 5-SPD MANU 

9BWGR61J354015757 

Hatchback 

1.9L (TDI-PD) 

2,935 

3,250 

22.71 

0.1049 

0.0194 

195/65 R15 

1,549 

.001RXX-0130C 

9B1534 

Golf GLS TDI 5-SPD MANU 

9BWGR61J654022735 

Hatchback 

1.9L (TDI-PD) 

2,935 

3,250 I 

22.71 

0.1049 

0.0194 

195/65 R15 

1,549 





















i 







F:['A 

Internal 

Veh, F'rocurement 
No, 

Sole 

Model 

Code 

Description 


Type 

Level 

Transmission 

Type 

Transmission 

Code 

Axle 

Ratio 

FTP - Shift 
Schedule; 
CEFIS No, 

- Shift 
Schedule: 
CEFIS No. 

US6S - Shift 

Schedule; 
CEFIS No. 

»002RXX-0024c 


i/LK / JE4^/ 4e»a-GLS-4W 

AWWSR64JT5W008240 

Uao&n 

}.,9t^£TOI-PO) p4-m 

EUH 


>90 0041 

>80 0042 

>90 0043 

..002RXX-0100C 

9B15:i4 

VLK/GOL/Golf GLS TDI 

fBWGR61JX54006232 

Hatchback 

1.9L iTDI-PD; 

04 M5 

EUH 

3.389 

590 0041 

590 0042 

590 0043 

..001RXX-0114C 

9M2538 

Jetta GLS TDI 5-SPD AUTOM 

3VWSR69M15M045490 

Sedan 

I.SLdHl PA 

L5-S5 

GPC 

3.491 

FTA 

HWA 

US6A 

..002RXX-0013C 

9B1534 

Golf GLS TDI 5.-SPD MANU 

5BWGR61J354016757 

Hatchback 

1.9L(ir>l IT 

04 M5 

EUH 

3.389 

590 0041 

590 0042 

590 0043 

-001RXX-0130C 

9B1534 

Golf GLS ID! 5-SPD MANU 

‘iBWGRS1J654022735 

Hatchback 

1.9L 

04 M5 

EUH 

3.389 

590 0041 

590 0042 

590 0043 

























Iniernal 

\ n F iG ,f( (lent 
No, 

Model 

Code 

Description 


Type 

rim 

Level 

Tank j 
Capacity 
100% , 
PI 

I Tank 
Capacity 
40% 

[I] 

Tank ; 
Capacity 

100% I 

Tank 

Capacity 

40% 

Isaii 

j 

Canister 

Wbfking 

Capacity 

[g] 

:..001dL-002c - ail 

ail 

a» 

aS- 


ail 

55 

22 

14.53 

5.81 

n/a 


Volkswagen Group of America - EEO 


fbf7fc4a-a1844bee-a07c-b5d35a981653 (Status as af 2008-06-25) 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000377 





To: richard.thomas@vw.com;dennis.reineke@vw.com[]; ennis.reineke@vw.com[] 

Cc: CN=Bruce Sdunek/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA;CN=Ted 

Trimbie/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA;CN=Robert 
Peavyhouse/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA;CN=Linc 
Wehriy/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA[]; N=Ted 
Trimble/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA;CN=Robert 
Peavyhouse/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA:CN=Linc 
Wehriy/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA[]; N=Robert 
Peavyhouse/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA:CN=Linc 

Wehrly/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA[]; N=Linc Wehrly/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US@EPA[] 
From: CN=David Good/OU=AA/0=USEPA/C=US 

Sent: Sat 6/28/2008 9:29:05 PM 

Subject: 2009 FE Guide for July 15, 2008 web posting - Please review & let EPA know after the 
CFEIS data is error free and ready for posting 
2009 FE guide AUDI-VW-OTHER6-26-08.xls 


Richard, 

Attached is an Excel Spreadsheet with the FE data from CFEIS as of June 26, 2008. Please review the 
spread sheet and confirm for your records that the data are correct. Please make sure that the release 
date is accurate for the models listed. Please double check any new entries into CFEIS to make sure they 
are error free. Any changes should be made directly in the CFEIS/Verify database. [Do not correct the 
spreadsheet and send it back.] 

The last date to make changes is July 8, 2008. EPA will review the data on July 9 and forward it to DOE on 
July 10 for posting on the web on July 15, 2008. We will not post model types with release dates after July 
15, 2008. 

Please email me and your EPA team member when your 2008 CFEIS/Verify data is "good to go" (after any 
needed changes or additions are made to CFEIS/Verify and you are sure that CFEIS/Verify is correct). 


Reminders: 

Release date: Please be sure the release dates are correct for your 2009 FE labels We will post the early- 
introduction 2009 models on the web which have release dates of July 15 or earlier. Note that the 
attached file includes all data as of June 26, 2008 (with all release dates). 

Minivan Classification: Please continue to use the minivan guidance provided in CISD-07-08 (and do not 
use the 180 cubic feet interior volume specification in the regulations). 

5-Cycle Labels: Please continue to use the guidance provided in CISD-07-09. For 5-cycle labels, please 
enter enter one index for the 5-cycle information and another index for the derived 5-cycle information. 
Both indexes should have the same number of projected sales. 

Dual Fuel Alternative Fuel Vehicles: Please use the guidance provided in CISD-07-09, Enclosure 1, page 3 
and CISD 07-11 Enclosure 2, Section 2. Please enter one index for the gasoline/diesel information and 
another separate index for the alternative fuel information. Both indexes should have the same number 
of projected sales. Please enter the driving range (rounded to the nearest 10 miles) in the engine block 
descriptor field (G1 record, column 47-56) for both the gasoline/diesel driving range and the alternative 
fuel driving range. For the alternative fuel mpg values, EPA will use the manufacturers calculated FE 
Label mpg values, and not the EPA-calculated mpg values (since the EPA-calculated mpg values for 
alternative fuel vehicles are not calculated in accordance with the provisions of 40 CFR 600.210-08(a)(3)). 


1 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000378 



Fuel Costs: Until new fuel costs are provided to manufacturers in a future ERA guidance letter, manufacturers 
should use the 2008 model year fuel costs provided in CISD-07-11. The new fuel costs will provided in June or July, 
2008. 

Range of comparable vehicles: Until the 2009 ranges (for the various classes of vehicles) are provided in a future 
ERA guidance letter, manufacturers should continue to use the 2008 model year ranges provided in CISD-07-14 
(except if a model exceeds the 2008 range values, the manufacturer should extend the range appropriately); ref 40 
CFR 600.306-08(b)(l). 


If you have any questions, feel free to email me or give me a call. I'm at 734-214-4450. 
Regards 


2 


VW FOIA, ERA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000379 



iCLASS MFR 

CAR LINE DISPLACENUMB CYTRANS DRIVE SYINDEX NU 

SMALL STAUD! 

A3 

2 

4Manual(M{F 


16 

SMALL STAUDI 

A3 

2 

4Manual(M(F 


19 

SMALL STAUDI 

A3 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


16 

SMALL STAUDI 

A3 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


19 

SMALL STAUDI 

A3 QUATT 

2 

4Auto(S6) 

4 

15 

SMALL STAUDI 

A3 QUATT 

2 

4Auto(S6) 

4 

18 

COMPACIAUDI 

A4 QUATT 

3.2 

6Auto(S6) 

4 


COMPACIAUDI 

A4 QUATT 

3.2 

6Auto(S6) 

4 

24 

SUBCOMFAUDI 

A5 QUATT 

3.2 

6Manual(MC 

4 

25 

SUBCOMFAUDI 

A5 QUATT 

3.2 

6Manual(M( 

4 

24 

SUBCOMFAUDI 

A5 QUATT 

3.2 

6Auto(S6) 

4 

25 

SUBCOMFAUDI 

A5 QUATT 

3.2 

6Auto(S6) 

4 

24 

SUBCOMFAUDI 

TT CQUPE 

2 

4Auto(S6) 

4 

15 

SUBCOMFAUDI 

TT COUPE 

2 

4Auto(S6) 

4 

18 

TWO SEAAUDI 

TT ROADS 

2 

4Auto(S6) 

4 

15 

TWO SEAAUDI 

TT ROADS 

2 

4Auto(S6) 

4 

18 

TWO SEALAMBORGGALLARD 

5.2 

10Manual(M( 

4 

22 

TWO SEALAMBORGGALLARD 

5.2 

10Manual{M( 

4 

23 

TWO SEALAMBORGGALLARD 

5.2 

10Auto(S6) 

4 

22 

TWO SEALAMBORGGALLARD 

5.2 

10Auto(S6) 

4 

23 

TWO SEALAMBORGGALLARD 

5.2 

10Auto(S6) 

4 

22 

TWO SEALAMBORGGALLARD 

5.2 

10Auto(S6) 

4 

23 

SUBCOMFVOLKSW/5EOS 

2 

4Manual(MEF 


7 

SUBCOMFVOLKSW/!EOS 

2 

4Manual(MfF 


11 

SUBCOMFVOLKSW/EOS 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


27 

SUBCOMFVOLKSW/!EOS 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


28 

COMPACIVOLKSW/GTI 

2 

4Manual(MCF 


7 

COMPACIVOLKSW/GTI 

2 

4Manual(MfF 


11 

COMPAClVOLKSW/GTi 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


6 

COMPAClVOLKSW/!GTI 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


10 

COMPACIVOLKSW/JETTA 

2 

4Manual(MEF 


7 

COMPAClVOLKSW/iJETTA 

2 

4Manual(M(F 


11 

COMPACIVOLKSW/JETTA 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


6 

COMPACIVOLKSW/JETTA 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


10 

COM PACl VOL KS W/J ETTA 

2.5 

5Manual(MSF 


21 

COMPACIVOLKSW/JETTA 

2.5 

5Manual(M‘F 


20 

COMPACIVOLKSW/JETTA 

2.5 

5Auto(S6) F 


21 

COMPACIVOLKSW/JETTA 

2.5 

5Auto(S6) F 


20 

SMALL STVOLKSW/JETTA SP 

2 

4Manual(MEF 


7 

SMALL STVOLKSW/JETTA SP 

2 

4Manual(M(F 


11 

SMALL STVOLKSW/JETTA SP 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


6 

SMALL STVOLKSW/JETTA SP 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


10 

SMALL STVOLKSW/JETTA SP 

2.5 

5Manual(MSF 


21 

SMALL STVOLKSW/JETTA SP 

2.5 

5Manual(MJF 


20 

SMALL STVOLKSW/JETTA SP 

2.5 

5Auto(S6) F 


21 

SMALL STVOLKSW/JETTA SP 

2.5 

5Auto(S6) F 


20 

MIDSIZE CVOLKSW/PASSAT 

2 

4Manual(MCF 


7 

MIDSIZE CVOLKSW/PASSAT 

2 

4Manual(M(F 


11 

MIDSIZE CVOLKSW/PASSAT 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


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06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000380 



MIDSIZE CVOLKSW/PASSAT 2 

MIDSIZE SVOLKSW/PASSATV 2 

MIDSIZE SVOLKSW/PASSAT V 2 

MIDSIZE JVOLKSW/PASSATV 2 

MIDSIZE SVOLKSW/!PASSAT V 2 

COMPACIVOLKSW/RABBIT 2.5 

COMPACIVOLKSW/RABBIT 2.5 

COMPACIVOLKSW/RABBIT 2.5 

COMPACIVOLKSW/SRABBIT 2.5 


4Auto(S6) F 

9 

4Manual(M(F 

7 

4Manual(MCF 

11 

4Auto(S6) F 

8 

4Auto(S6) F 

9 

5Manual(MfF 

21 

5Manual(MJF 

20 

5Auto(S6) F 

21 

5Auto(S6) F 

20 


06/20/2017 


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SPCHGR 


CITY MPGHWY MPGCOMB MPUNRND C UNRND H’UNRND C'FUEL TYPGUZLR TURBO 


21 

30 

24 

20.7483 

30 

24.0917 P 


T 

20 

29 

23 

25.2484 

40.8595 

30.4907 P 


T 

22 

28 

24 

21.6082 

27.71 

23.9848 P 


T 

21 

28 

24 

27.1248 

38.9863 

31.4276 P 


T 

21 

28 

24 

20.9 

28.1 

23.6239 P 


T 

21 

27 

23 

27.2 

37.1 

30.9119P 


T 

17 

26 

20 

16.959 

26.4582 

20.2269 P 

G 


18 

26 

21 

22.0916 

36.1369 

26.7744P 



16 

27 

20 

16.5 

26.8 

19.9504 P 

G 


16 

26 

20 

20.5 

35.8 

25.3813 P 



17 

26 

20 

16.959 

26.4582 

20.2269 P 

G 


18 

26 

21 

22.0916 

36.1369 

26.7744 P 



21 

29 

24 

21.3381 

28.9655 

24.2065 P 


T 

22 

28 

24 

27.575 

39.6259 

31.9471P 


T 

21 

29 

24 

21.3381 

28.9655 

24.2065 P 


T 

22 

28 

24 

27.575 

39.6259 

31.9471P 


T 

12 

20 

15 

12.1 

20 

14.7157P 

G 


11 

17 

14 

14 

24 

17.2308 P 

G 


14 

20 

16 

13.5 

19.8 

15.756 P 

G 


13 

18 

15 

16.1 

25.4 

19.276 P 

G 


13 

20 

16 

13.4 

19.8 

15.6809 P 

G 


13 

18 

15 

16 

25.4 

19.197P 

G 


21 

31 

25 

21.2518 

30.8496 

24.7115P 


T 

21 

29 

24 

26.1183 

41.4311 

31.3289P 


T 

22 

29 

25 

22.4 

29.3 

25.0552 P 


T 

22 

30 

25 

28.3 

41.7 

33.0841 P 


T 

21 

31 

25 

21.2518 

30.8496 

24.7115P 


T 

21 

29 

24 

26.1183 

41.4311 

31.3289P 


T 

22 

29 

25 

22.359 

28.9121 

24.8985 P 


T 

22 

29 

25 

28.3522 

40.3742 

32.739 P 


T 

21 

31 

25 

21.2518 

30.8496 

24.7115P 


T 

21 

29 

24 

26.1183 

41.4311 

31.3289P 


T 

22 

29 

25 

22.359 

28.9121 

24.8985 P 


T 

22 

29 

25 

28.3522 

40.3742 

32.739 P 


T 

21 

29 

24 

21.1794 

29.0388 

24.1166R 



19 

28 

22 

23.8885 

39.5591 

29.0706 R 



21 

29 

24 

21.357 

29.4601 

24.3738 R 



20 

28 

23 

24.7511 

39.4589 

29.7394 R 



21 

31 

25 

21.2518 

30.8496 

24.7115P 


T 

21 

29 

24 

26.1183 

41.4311 

31.3289P 


T 

22 

29 

25 

22.359 

28.9121 

24.8985 P 


T 

22 

29 

25 

28.3522 

40.3742 

32.739 P 


T 

21 

29 

24 

21.1794 

29.0388 

24.1166R 



19 

28 

22 

23.8885 

39.5591 

29.0706 R 



21 

29 

24 

21.357 

29.4601 

24.3738 R 



20 

28 

23 

24.7511 

39.4589 

29.7394 R 



21 

31 

25 

21.2518 

30.8496 

24.7115P 


T 

21 

29 

24 

26.1183 

41.4311 

31.3289P 


T 

19 

29 

23 

19.3 

29 

22.7197 P 


T 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000382 



19 

28 

22 

24.3 

39 

29.2635 P 


T 

21 

31 

25 

21.2518 

30.8496 

24.7115P 


T 

21 

29 

24 

26.1183 

41.4311 

31.3289P 


T 

19 

28 

22 

18.9 

27.6 

22.0241 P 

G 

T 

19 

28 

22 

23.7 

38.5 

28.6573 P 


T 

21 

29 

24 

21.457 

29.2048 

24.3658 R 



19 

28 

22 

24.2667 

39.6266 

29.3937 R 



21 

29 

24 

21.357 

29.4601 

24.3738 R 



20 

28 

23 

24.7511 

39.4589 

29.7394 R 




VW FOIA, ERA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000383 



AVG 2D RAVG 2D LIAVG 4D RAVG 4D LIAVG HB PAVG HB L ANL FL CJENG BLK TRANS DEVLVS PEF 




89 

20 



1876 


4 



89 

20 



1958 


4 



89 

20 



1876 

3MODE 

4 



89 

20 



1876 

3MODE 

4 



89 

20 



1876 

3MODE 

4 



89 

20 



1958 

3MODE 

4 



91 

12 



2250 

3MODE Cl 

4 



91 

12 



2142 

3MODE Cl 

4 

84 

12 





2250 


4 

84 

12 





2250 


4 

84 

12 





2250 

3MODE Cl 

4 

84 

12 





2142 

3MODE Cl 

4 





74 

13 

1876 

3MODE 

4 





74 

13 

1876 

3MODE 

4 







1876 

3MODE 

4 







1876 

3MODE 

4 







3002 


4 







3213 


4 







2812 

2MODE 

4 







3002 

2MODE 

4 







2812 

2MODE 

4 







3002 

2MODE 

4 

77 

11 





1800 


4 

77 

11 





1876 


4 

77 

11 





1800 

3MODE 

4 

77 

11 





1800 

3MODE 

4 





94 

15 

1800 


4 





94 

15 

1876 


4 





94 

15 

1800 

3MODE 

4 





94 

15 

1800 

3MODE 

4 



91 

16 



1800 


4 



91 

16 



1876 


4 



91 

16 



1800 

3MODE 

4 



91 

16 



1800 

3MODE 

4 



91 

16 



1751 


4 



91 

16 



1911 


4 



91 

16 



1751 

3MODE Cl 

4 



91 

16 



1827 

3MODE Cl 

4 



92 

33 



1800 


4 



92 

33 



1876 


4 



92 

33 



1800 

3MODE 

1^ 



92 

33 



1800 

3MODE 

4 



92 

33 



1751 





92 

33 



1911 


4 



92 

33 



1751 

3MODE Cl 




92 

33 



1827 

3MODE Cl 

4 



96 

14 



1800 





96 

14 



1876 


4 



96 

14 



1958 

3MODE Cl 

4 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000384 




96 

14 



2048 

3MODE Cl 

4 

97 

36 



1800 


4 

97 

36 



1876 


4 

97 

36 



2048 

3MODE Cl 

4 

97 

36 



2048 

3MODE Cl 

4 



94 

15 

1751 


4 



94 

15 

1827 


4 



94 

15 

1751 

3MODE Cl 

4 



94 

15 

1827 

3MODE Cl 

4 


VW FOIA, ERA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000385 



CLS 


REL DT SALES 5C CODE 
715-May--08 7125-CYCLE 

715-May-08 712DERIVED 

715-May-08 21355-CYCLE 

715-May-08 2135 DERIVED 

715-May-08 30255-CYCLE 

715-May-08 3025 DERIVED 

4 20-Jun-08 38245-CYCLE 

4 9-Jun-08 3824 DERIVED 

3 20-Jun-08 17665-CYCLE 

3 9-Jun-08 1766 DERIVED 

3 20-Jun-08 57955-CYCLE 

3 9-Jun-08 5795 DERIVED 

315-May-08 8575-CYCLE 

315-May-08 857 DERIVED 

115-May-08 9915-CYCLE 

115-May-08 991 DERIVED 

127-May-08 535-CYCLE 

127-May-08 53 DERIVED 

127-May-08 2995-CYCLE 

127-May-08 299 DERIVED 

127-May-08 1315-CYCLE 

127-May-08 131 DERIVED 

3 27-Jun-08 13655-CYCLE 

3 27-Jun-08 1365 DERIVED 

3 27-Jun-08 100115-CYCLE 

3 27-Jun-08 10011 DERIVED 

4 27-Jun-08 46115-CYCLE 

4 27-Jun-08 4611 DERIVED 

4 3-Mar-08 47995-CYCLE 

4 3-Mar-08 4799 DERIVED 

4 27-Jun-08 19095-CYCLE 

4 27-Jun-08 1909 DERIVED 

4 3-Mar-08 35455-CYCLE 

4 3-Mar-08 3545 DERIVED 

4 15-Feb-08 4625 5-CYCLE 

4 15-Feb-08 4625 DERIVED 

415-Feb-08 531825-CYCLE 

4 15-Feb-08 53182 DERIVED 

7 27-Jun-08 4095-CYCLE 

7 27-Jun-08 409 DERIVED 

7 3-Mar-08 9555-CYCLE 

7 3-Mar-08 955 DERIVED 

715-Feb-08 15515-CYCLE 

7 15-Feb-08 1551 DERIVED 

7 15-Feb~08 7575 5-CYCLE 

7 15-Feb-08 7575 DERIVED 

5 27-Jun-08 9115-CYCLE 

5 27-Jun-08 911 DERIVED 

5 3-Mar-08 173015-CYCLE 


VW FOIA, ERA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000386 



5 3-Mar-08 17301 DERIVED 

8 27-Jun-08 1745-CYCLE 

8 27-Jun-08 174 DERIVED 

8 3-Mar-08 56315-CYCLE 

8 3-Mar-08 5631 DERIVED 

4 15-Feb-08 4946 5-CYCLE 

4 15-Feb-08 4946 DERIVED 

4 15-Feb-08 8794 5-CYCLE 

4 15-Feb-08 8794 DERIVED 


VW FOIA, ERA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000387 



EPA comnCFEIS coriCLASS MFR CAR LINE DISPLACENUMB CYITRANS DRIVE SY INDEX NU 

SMALL STAUDI A3 2 4Manual(MCF 16 

SMALL STAUDI A3 2 4Auto(S6) F 16 


SMALL STAUDI A3 QUATT 

COMPACIAUDI A4 QUATT 

SUBCOMFAUDI A5 QUATT 

SUBCOMFAUDI A5 QUATT 

S.U.V.-4VAUDI Q7 

TWQ SEAAUDI R8 

TWQ SEAAUDI R8 

SUBCQMFAUDI TT COUPE 

SUBCOMFAUDI TT COUPE 

TWO SEAAUDI TT ROADE 

TWO SEAAUDI TT ROADS 

MIDSIZE (BENTLEY ARNAGE 
LARGE C/BENTLEY ARNAGE I 
COMPACIBENTLEY AZURE 
COMPACIBENTLEY BROOKLA 
MIDSIZE (BENTLEY CONTINEI 
COMPACIBENTLEY CONTINEI 
SUBCOMFBENTLEY CONTINEI 
TWO SEALAMBORGGALLARD 
TWO SEALAMBORGGALLARD 
TWO SEALAMBORGGALLARD 
TWO SEALAMBORGMURCIEL/ 
TWO SEALAMBORGMURCIEL/ 
TWO SEALAMBORGMURCIEL/ 
TWO SEALAMBORGMURCIEL/ 
SUBCOMFVOLKSW/EOS 
SUBCOMFVOLKSW4EOS 
COMPAC1VOLKSW4GTI 
COMPACIVOLKSW/GTI 
COMPACIVOLKSW/JETTA 
Diesel; COMPACIVOLKSW/^JETTA 

Diesel; COMPACIVOLKSW/^JETTA 

COMPACIVOLKSW/JETTA 
COMPACIVOLKSW/JETTA 
COMPACIVOLKSW/JETTA 
SMALL STVOLKSW/JETTA SP 
Diesel; SMALL STVOLKSW/JETTA SP 

Diesel; SMALL STVOLKSW/JETTA SP 

SMALL STVOLKSW/JETTA SP 
SMALL STVOLKSW/JETTA SP 
SMALL STVOLKSW/JETTA SP 
SUBCOMFVOLKSW/NEW BEE 
SUBCOMFVOLKSW/NEW BEE 
MINICOMIVOLKSW/NEW BEE 
MINICOMIVOLKSW/NEW BEE 
MIDSIZE (VOLKSW/PASSAT 
MIDSIZE (VOLKSW/PASSAT 


2 

4Auto(S6) 

4 

15 

3.2 

6Auto(S6) 

4 

OC 

w 

3.2 

6Manual(M( 

4 

oc 

3.2 

6Auto(S6) 

4 

oc 

4.2 

8Auto(S6) 

4 

14 

4.2 

8Manual(MC 

4 

26 

4.2 

8Auto(S6) 

4 

26 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


12 

2 

4Auto(S6) 

4 

15 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


12 

2 

4Auto(S6) 

4 

15 

6.7 

8Auto{S6) R 


2 

6.7 

8Auto(S6) R 


2 

6.7 

8Auto(S6) R 


2 

6.7 

8Auto(S6) R 


2 


6 12Auto(S6) 4 29 

6 12Auto(S6) 4 29 

6 12Auto(S6) 4 29 

5.2 10Manual(M( 4 22 

5.2 10Auto(S6) 4 22 

5.2 10Auto(S6) 4 22 

6.5 12Manual(Mf 4 17 

6.5 12Auto(S6) 4 17 

6.5 12Manual(Mf 4 17 

6.5 12Auto(S6) 4 17 


2 

4Manual(MCF 

7 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 

27 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 

6 

2 

4Manual(M(F 

7 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 

6 

2 

4Manual(M(F 

13 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 

13 

2 

4Manual(M€F 

7 

2.5 

5Manual(MJF 

21 

2.5 

5Auto(S6) F 

21 

2 

4Auto{S6) F 

6 

2 

4Manual(M(F 

13 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 

13 

2 

4Manual(M(F 

Y 

2.5 

5Manual(MJF 

21 

2.5 

5Auto(S6) F 

21 

2.5 

5Manuai(MJF 

5 

2.5 

5Auto(S6) F 

5 

2.5 

5Manuai(MJF 

5 

2.5 

5Auto(S6) F 

5 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 

8 

2 

4Manual(M€F 

7 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000388 



MIDSIZE SVOLKSW/PASSAT V 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


8 

MIDSIZE SVOLKSW/PASSAT V 

2 

4Manual(MfF 


7 

COMPACIVOLKSW/RABBIT 

2.5 

5Manual(MfF 


21 

COMPAClVOLKSW/RABBiT 

2.5 

5Auto(S6) F 


21 

S.U.V. - 2WOLKSW/TIGUAN 

2 

4Manuai(MCF 


1 

S.U.V. - 2WOLKSW/TIGUAN 

2 

4Auto(S6) F 


1 

S.U.V. - 4WOLKSW/TIGUAN 4! 

2 

4Auto(S6) 

4 

1 

S.U.V. - 4WOLKSW/STOUAREG 

4.2 

8Auto(S6) 

4 

14 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000389 



CITYMPGHWYMPGCOMBMPUNRNDCIUNRNDH'UNRNDDFUELTYPGUZLR TURBO SPCHGR 


21 

30 

24 

25.2484 

40.8595 

30.4907 P 


T 

22 

28 

24 

27.1248 

38.9863 

31.4276 P 


T 

21 

28 

24 

27.2 

37.1 

30.9119P 


T 

17 

26 

20 

22.0916 

36.1369 

26.7744 P 



16 

27 

20 

20.5 

35.8 

25.3813 P 



17 

26 

20 

22.0916 

36.1369 

26.7744 P 



13 

18 

15 

16.2 

24.6 

19.1412P 



12 

19 

15 

15.3 

26.8 

18.9614P 

G 


13 

18 

15 

15.4 

25.0451 

18.6283 P 

G 


23 

31 

26 

29.1 

43.6 

34.2214 P 


T 

21 

29 

24 

27.575 

39.6259 

31.9471P 


T 

22 

30 

25 

28.5 

42.2 

33.3759 P 


T 

21 

29 

24 

27.575 

39.6259 

31.9471P 


T 

10 

14 

11 

11.7 

19.9 

14.3634 P 

G 

T 

9 

15 

11 

11.5028 

21.0609 

14.4549 P 

G 

T 

9 

15 

11 

11.5028 

21.0609 

14.4549 P 

G 

T 

10 

14 

11 

11.7 

19.9 

14.3634 P 

G 

T 

10 

17 

12 

12.5188 

23.259 

15.8025 P 

G 

T 

10 

17 

13 

12.8 

23.8 

16.1613P 

G 

T 

10 

17 

12 

12.5188 

23.259 

15.8025 P 

G 

T 

12 

20 

15 

14 

24 

17.2308 P 

G 


14 

20 

16 

16.1 

25.4 

19.276 P 

G 


13 

20 

16 

16 

25.4 

19.197P 

G 


8 

13 

10 

10.1 

17.5 

12.4735 P 

G 


9 

14 

11 

10.9 

19.9 

13.6852 P 

G 


8 

13 

10 

10.1 

17.5 

12.4735 P 

G 


9 

14 

11 

10.9 

19.9 

13.6852 P 

G 


21 

31 

25 

26.1183 

41.4311 

31.3289P 


T 

22 

29 

25 

28.3 

41.7 

33.0841P 


T 

22 

29 

25 

28.3522 

40.3742 

32.739 P 


T 

21 

31 

25 

26.1183 

41.4311 

31.3289P 


T 

22 

29 

25 

28.3522 

40.3742 

32.739 P 


T 

30 

41 

34 

38.6 

58.1 

45.467 D 


T 

29 

40 

33 

38.5034 

56.6944 

45.001 D 


T 

21 

31 

25 

26.1183 

41.4311 

31.3289P 


T 

21 

29 

24 

23.8885 

39.5591 

29.0706 R 



21 

29 

24 

24.7511 

39.4589 

29.7394 R 



22 

29 

25 

28.3522 

40.3742 

32.739 P 


T 

30 

41 

34 

38.6 

58.1 

45.467 D 


T 

29 

40 

33 

38.5034 

56.6944 

45.001 D 


T 

21 

31 

25 

26.1183 

41.4311 

31.3289P 


T 

21 

29 

24 

23.8885 

39.5591 

29.0706 R 



21 

29 

24 

24.7511 

39.4589 

29.7394 R 



20 

28 

23 

25.0356 

39.3363 

29.9325 R 



20 

29 

23 

25.1672 

40.8 

30.4106 R 



20 

28 

23 

25.259 

39.1308 

30.0532 R 



20 

28 

23 

24.8494 

39.7251 

29.8854 R 



19 

29 

23 

24.3 

39 

29.2635 P 


T 

21 

31 

25 

26.1183 

41.4311 

31.3289P 


T 


VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000390 



19 

28 

22 

23.7 

38.5 

28.6573 P 

T 

21 

31 

25 

26.1183 

41.4311 

31.3289P 

T 

21 

29 

24 

24.2667 

39.6266 

29.3937 R 


21 

29 

24 

24.7511 

39.4589 

29.7394 R 


19 

26 

21 

23.3 

36.2 

27.75 P 

T 

18 

24 

21 

22.9 

34.1 

26.8716P 

T 

18 

24 

20 

22.4494 

33.3 

26.3068 P 

T 

13 

18 

15 

15.7 

25.1 

18.8821 P 



VW FOIA, ERA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000391 



AVG 2D RAVG 2D LIAVG 4D P/AVG 4D LIAVG HB PAVG HB L ANL FL CS 

ENG BLK TRANS DEVLVS PER 


89 

20 

1876 


4 


89 

20 

1876 

3MODE 

4 


89 

20 

1876 

3MODE 

4 


91 

12 

2250 

3MODE Cl 

4 

84 12 



2250 


4 

84 12 



2250 

3MODE Cl 

4 




3002 

3MODE Cl 

4 




3002 


4 




3002 

3MODE Cl 

4 



74 13 

1732 

3MODE 

4 



74 13 

1876 

3MODE 

4 




1800 

3MODE 

4 




1876 

3MODE 

4 


104 

13 

4090 

3MODE Cl 

4 


111 

13 

4090 

3MODE Cl 

4 

93 8 



4090 

3MODE Cl 

4 

97 11 



4090 

3MODE Cl 

4 


102 

13 

3748 

3MODE Cl 

4 

89 11 



3460 

3MODE Cl 

4 

86 7 



3748 

3MODE Cl 

4 




3002 


4 




2812 

2MODE 

4 




2812 

2MODE 

4 




4500 


4 




4090 


4 




4500 


4 




4090 


4 

77 11 



1800 


4 

77 11 



1800 

3IV10DE 

4 



94 15 

1800 

3MODE 

4 



94 15 

1800 


4 


91 

16 

1800 

3MODE 

4 


91 

16 

1235 


4 


91 

16 

1273 

3MODE Cl 

4 


91 

16 

1800 


4 


91 

16 

1751 


4 


91 

16 

1751 

3I\/10DE Cl 

4 


92 

33 

1800 

3MODE 

4 


92 

33 

1235 


4 


92 

33 

1273 

3MODE Cl 

4 


92 

33 

1800 




92 

33 

1751 




92 

33 

1751 

3MODE Cl 




85 12 

1827 


4 



85 12 

1827 

3MODE Cl 

4 

78 5 



1827 


4 

78 5 



1827 

3MODE Cl 

4 


96 

14 

1958 

3MODE Cl 

4 


96 

14 

1800 


4 

VW FOIA, EPA 


06/20/2017 



2017-FFP_000392 




97 

97 


36 

36 


94 

94 


15 

15 


2048 

3MODE Cl 

4 

1800 


4 

1751 


4 

1751 

3MODE Cl 

4 

2142 


4 

2142 

3MODE Cl 

4 

2250 

3MODE Cl 

4 

3002 

3MODE Cl 

4 


VW FOIA, ERA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000393 



CLS 


REL DT SALES 5C CODE 
7 15-May--08 7125-CYCLE 

7 15-May-08 21355-CYCLE 

7 15-May-08 30255-CYCLE 

4 20-Jun-08 38245-CYCLE 

3 20-Jun-08 17665-CYCLE 

3 20-Jun-08 57955-CYCLE 

23 6-May-08 4960 DERIVED 

1 20-Jun-08 332 DERIVED 

1 20-Jun-08 416 DERIVED 

3 15-Jun-08 1358 DERIVED 

3 15-May-08 8575-CYCLE 

1 15-Jun-08 1509 DERIVED 

1 15-May-08 9915-CYCLE 

5 30-Jan-08 62 DERIVED 

6 30-Jan-08 3 DERIVED 

4 30-Jan-08 103 DERIVED 

4 30-Jan-08 104 DERIVED 

5 30-Jun-08 815 DERIVED 

4 30-Jun-08 514 DERIVED 

3 30-Jun-08 1214 DERIVED 

1 27-May-08 535-CYCLE 

1 27-May-08 2995-CYCLE 

1 27-May-08 1315-CYCLE 

1 27-May-08 30 DERIVED 

1 27-May-08 166 DERIVED 

1 27-May-08 24 DERIVED 

1 27-May-08 132 DERIVED 

3 27-Jun-08 13655-CYCLE 

3 27-Jun-08 100115-CYCLE 

4 3-Mar-08 47995-CYCLE 

4 27-Jun-08 46115-CYCLE 

4 3-Mar-08 35455-CYCLE 

4 20-Jun-08 16033 DERIVED 

4 20-Jun-08 29776 DERIVED 

4 27-Jun-08 19095-CYCLE 

4 15-Feb-08 46255-CYCLE 

4 15-Feb-08 531825-CYCLE 

7 3-Mar-08 9555-CYCLE 

7 20-Jun-08 4196 DERIVED 

7 20-Jun-08 6294 DERIVED 

7 27-Jun-08 4095-CYCLE 

7 15-Feb-08 15515-CYCLE 

7 15-Feb-08 75755-CYCLE 

3 15-Feb-08 1327 DERIVED 

3 15-Feb-08 13413 DERIVED 

2 15-Feb-08 859 DERIVED 

2 15-Feb-08 13451 DERIVED 

5 3-Mar-08 173015-CYCLE 

5 27-Jun-08 9115-CYCLE 


ERA Calculated Annual Fuel Cost 
1876 
1876 
1876 
2250 
2250 
2250 
3002 
3002 
3002 
1732 
1876 
1800 
1876 
4090 
4090 
4090 
4090 
3748 
3460 
3748 
3002 
2812 
2812 
4500 
4090 
4500 
4090 
1800 
1800 
1800 
1800 
1800 
1235 
1273 
1800 
1751 
1751 
1800 
1235 
1273 
1800 
1751 
1751 
1827 
1827 
1827 
1827 
1958 
1800 


VW FOIA, ERA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFR 000394 



8 

3-Mar-08 

5631 5-CYCLE 

2048 

8 

27-Jun-08 

1745-CYCLE 

1800 

4 

15-Feb-08 

49465-CYCLE 

1751 

4 

15-Feb"08 

87945-CYCLE 

1751 

22 

15-Feb-08 

1645 DERIVED 

2142 

22 

15-Feb-08 

14805 DERIVED 

2142 

23 

15-Feb-08 

16450 DERIVED 

2250 

23 

6-May-08 

1335 DERIVED 

3002 


VW FOIA, ERA 


06/20/2017 


2017-FFP 000395