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  1. Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1038 (Section 2)
    •  (1) In these Regulations,

      ambient temperature

      ambient temperature means the surrounding air temperature measured at such a distance from a vehicle under test that the temperature is not significantly affected by heat from the vehicle; (température ambiante)

      engine coolant temperature indicator

      engine coolant temperature indicator  means a device that presents information concerning the temperature of the coolant; (indicateur de température du liquide de refroidissement)

      engine coolant temperature tell-tale

      engine coolant temperature tell-tale  means a signal that, when alight, indicates that the temperature of the engine coolant is above the normal engine running temperature prescribed by the manufacturer; (témoin de température du liquide de refroidissement)

      initial brake temperature

      initial brake temperature[Repealed, SOR/99-357, s. 1]

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  2. Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1038 (SCHEDULE IV)

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      TABLE

      Identification of Controls, Tell-tales and Indicators

      Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
      ITEM SYMBOL [RESERVED] FUNCTION ILLUMINATION COLOUR
      Engine coolant temperature Tell-tale

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    • (4) Despite the testing requirements set out in subsection (3) for the windshield defrosting and defogging system of a passenger car or three-wheeled vehicle,

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      • (h) the test chamber temperature and the wind velocity shall be measured after the engine has been started, at the forwardmost point of the vehicle or a point 91.4 cm (36 inches) from the base of the windshield, whichever is farther forward, at a level halfway between the top and the bottom of the windshield on the vehicle centreline.

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    • (19) Beginning on September 1, 2021, if the fuel level indicator, oil pressure indicator, engine coolant temperature indicator, battery charging indicator, transmission control position indicator or speedometer indicator or their identifications are illuminated when the daytime running lights of a vehicle are in use,

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    General

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    Requirements

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    Testing

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    • (15) For the purposes of paragraph 2.4 of Annex 3 of United Nations Regulation No. 78, the brake temperature shall be measured in accordance with paragraph 2.4(b) of that Regulation.

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    • (2) Instead of conforming to the requirements of subsection (1), every passenger car, multi-purpose passenger vehicle, truck and bus with a GVWR of 4 536 kg or less, may comply with the requirements set out in Annex 9 of United Nations Regulation No. 13H, Uniform provisions concerning the approval of passenger cars with regard to braking, as amended by any amendment prior to the 01 series of amendments, with the following adaptations:

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      • (c) paragraph 4.1.1 of that Annex is to be read as requiring the ambient temperature to be between 7°C and 40°C;

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    • (24) For the purposes of subsections (2), (13), (15), (17) and (18)

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      • (b) the temperature inside and outside shall be maintained between 20°C and 30°C (70°F and 85°F) for a period of four hours immediately preceding the tests and during the tests.

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    • (2) When a vehicle is tested in accordance with subsection (1), (1.1) or (1.2),

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      • (b) when the pressure in the high-pressure portion of the fuel system is the greater of the maximum operating pressure and 20 680 kPa, this pressure shall not decrease during the 60-minute period after each impact by more than the greater of

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        • (ii) the product, expressed in kPa, obtained using the following formula:

          895 (T/VFS)

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          T 
          is the ambient temperature of the test gas in kelvins, and

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