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Well I don't live in a state nor have I ever lived in a state that makes you do that ..but I would check for exhaust leaks ..and change or check o2 sensor ..but also search internet for sites or blogs with people with same make and model and can help you .good luck
You need to take those numbers to a Technician that can read gas analyzst since the computor componsates for any missfires that occurs; however, there can be bad valve guides or rings if it is using oil. If it isn't using oil, it can be a lazy O2 sensor that can be letting the vehicle run rich at times. If any of this is going on, it will eventually kill your catalytic convertor which will cause you additional problems.
If you add 3oz of acetone per 10gal of fuel if the readings were close to passing it should get you there, BUT you will have to test components to find what is malfunctioning. Could be anything from incorrect timing to (name something).There's no magic fixs.
CA you can take the car to a referree and get a one time waiver if you have spent a minimum of $450 on repairs not including smog fees. Gives you two years to get it fixed.
Smog Referee Call Center Toll Free: 1.800.622.7733
You can also sell the car to the state for "up to" $1,000