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DPF Light ON, County Durham DPF Specialists Including DPF Delete/Removal Toyota/Lexus denso diesel injection system

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We pride ourselves on being one of the UK's number #1 & the north easts specialists when it comes to DPF Removal or ECU Remapping, With a extensive experience of the automotive market, knowledge and years of experience have led us to succeed in advanced vehicle diagnostics. With County Durham most advance garage for vehicle diagnostics, remapping & DPF removal services. We specialise in advanced vehicle diagnostics not like others who only have a fault code reader, Our range of services makes us truly unique to our area. Add to that our knowledge and dedication, and you will see why we are so highly respected from the public to the main dealers.

Please don't confuse us with any other remapping center in Durham, Please ensure you bring your car to North East Remaps Durham - DH7 9BN

P2452, P2002, P2453, P242F, DPF DTC Problem DPF Delete / Removal Including Toyota / Lexus denso diesel injection system

If you have a problematic DPF, we offer the hardware and software for full DPF removal. We will physically remove the DPF, replace it with a custom made pipe if required, and reprogram the ECU to remove all trace of the DPF.

Pricing for a full DPF removal is always difficult without seeing the car first, but we will always try our best over the phone to estimate PRICES can range between £250 - £600 to the complete job and between 2 - 6 hours specialists cars will be advised on the phone these will take longer.

We are also able to carry out a regeneration on all possible vehicles fitted with DPF's. We are always expanding the range of models we cover so if yours is not listed please call for more information as we will be able to offer you a solution.

Please contact us for quotes and prices or any enquiries you may have, we will be glad to help in any way possible.

Alfa Romeo – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Audi – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
BMW – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Citroen – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Chevrolet – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Fiat – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Ford – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Honda – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Hyundai – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Jaguar – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Kia – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Lancia – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Lexus – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Mazda – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Mercedes – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Nissan – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Opel – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Peugeot – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Renault – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Saab – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Seat – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Skoda – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Suzuki – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Toyota - Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Vauxhall – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Volkswagen VW- Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service
Volvo – Diesel Particulate Filter | DPF Problem Removal Service

Benefits of DPF removal include:

  • Increased performance
  • Increased efficiency (MPG)
  • Reduced maintenance costs
  • Cheaper than replacing the DPF filter
  • DPF removal and performance remap from £250

DPFs reduce diesel soot emissions by 80% but they're not suitable for everyone
If you're buying a new car and plan to use it mainly for town-based, stop/start driving it would be wise to avoid a diesel car fitted with a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) because of the possible hassle of incomplete 'DPF regeneration'.

The exhaust emissions standards for new cars have effectively required fitment of a DPF in the exhaust of diesel cars since 2009 when the 'Euro 5′ standard came into force. In fact, many cars registered before 2009 will have had one fitted too in anticipation of the change in standards.Standards aim to deliver an 80% reduction in diesel particulate (soot) emissions but the technology's not without problems – AA patrols are regularly called to cars with the particulate filter warning light on indicating a partial blockage of the filter.Even if your driving isn't mainly urban/stop-start, changes to driving style may be required to get maximum benefit from these systems.
DPF - Diesel Particulate filter warning light DTC - P2452, P2002, P2453, P242F

HOW DO THEY WORK?
Diesel Particulate filters (DPF) or 'traps' do just that, they catch bits of soot in the exhaust.As with any filter (think of the bag in your vacuum cleaner) they have to be emptied regularly to maintain performance. For a DPF this process is called 'regeneration' – the collected soot is burnt off at high temperature to leave only a tiny ash residue.

REGENERATION IS EITHER PASSIVE OR ACTIVE
Passive DPF regeneration
Passive regeneration takes place automatically on motorway-type runs when the exhaust temperature is high. Because many cars don't get this sort of use car manufacturers have to design-in 'active' regeneration where the engine management computer (ECU) takes control of the process.

Active DPF regeneration
When the soot loading in the filter reaches a set limit (about 45%) the ECU can make small adjustments to the fuel injection timing to increase the exhaust temperature and initiate regeneration. If the journey is a bit stop/start the regeneration may not complete and the warning light will come on to show that the filter is partially blocked.It should be possible to start a complete regeneration and clear the warning light by driving for 10 minutes or so at speeds greater than 40mph.If you ignore the warning light and keep driving in a relatively slow, stop/start pattern soot loading will continue to build up until around 75% when you can expect to see other dashboard warning lights come on too. At this point driving at speed alone will not be enough and you will have to take the car to a dealer for regeneration.

Expensive repairs
If you continue to ignore warnings and soot loading keeps increasing then the most likely outcome will be that you will have to get a new DPF costing around £1000.

DPF ADDITIVES
The most commonly fitted type of DPF has an integrated oxidising catalytic converter and is located very close to the engine where exhaust gases will still be hot. This heat means that passive regeneration is possible.There's not always space close to the engine though so some manufacturers use a different type of DPF which uses a fuel additive to lower the ignition temperature of the soot particles so that the DPF can be located further from the engine.The additive is stored in a separate tank and is automatically mixed with the fuel whenever you fill up. Only very small quantities are used though so a litre of additive should treat around 2800 litres of fuel – enough to cover 25,000 miles at 40mpg.You will have to pay to get the additive tank refilled at some time in the car's life, and we've heard reports of dealers charging up to £200 to re-fill a half empty tank.

AA EXPERIENCE
We're seeing some evidence of DPF systems failing to regenerate even on cars used mainly on motorways.

On cars with a very high sixth gear the engine revs may be too low to generate sufficient exhaust temperature for regeneration. Occasional harder driving in lower gears should be sufficient to burn off the soot in such cases.With this type of DPF regeneration will be initiated by the ECU every 300 miles or so depending on vehicle use and will take 5 to 10 minutes to complete. You shouldn't notice anything other than perhaps a puff of white smoke from the exhaust when the process is completed.There's no evidence in AA breakdown data that the problem's going away – newer car models seem just as likely to sufffer DPF problems if not driven 'correctly' as those built when DPF's were introduced.

CHECK THE HANDBOOK
If you buy a car with a DPF fitted it's important to read the relevant section of the vehicle handbook so that you understand exactly what actions to take if the warning light illuminates and how, if at all, your driving style may need to be adjusted to ensure maximum DPF efficiency and life.

A diesel particulate filter, sometimes called a DPF or FAP on French vehicles, is a device designed to remove diesel particulate matter or soot from the exhaust gas of a diesel engine. Wall-flow diesel particulate filters usually remove 85% or more of the soot, and can at times (heavily loaded condition) attain soot removal efficiencies of close to 100%.

The exhaust emissions standards for new cars have effectively required fitment of a DPF in the exhaust of diesel cars since 2009 when the 'Euro 5' standard came into force. In fact, many cars registered before 2009 will have had one fitted too in anticipation of the change in standards. PSA Peugeot Citroën was the first company to make them standard fit on passenger cars in 2000.

According to the AA "If you're buying a new car and plan to use it mainly for town-based, stop/start driving it would be wise to avoid a diesel car fitted with a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) because of the possible hassle of incomplete 'DPF regeneration'." AA patrols are regularly called to cars with the particulate filter warning light on indicating a partial blockage of the filter. They go on to say, "There's no evidence in AA breakdown data that the problem's going away – newer car models seem just as likely to sufffer DPF problems if not driven 'correctly' as those built when DPF's were introduced."

Most vehicles fitted with a DPF will need to have the filter replaced as part of the service schedule, if it hasn't become overloaded in the meantime, and this can cost over £1000!

As the DPF is not a legal requirement in a vehicle nor is it an MOT failure, if you are having DPF problems the most popular option is to remove it completely.

However although the benefits of a DPF at first appears good, especially for the vehicle manufacturers who can claim remarkable emission figures, they do have some significant disadvantages.

If you have a problematic DPF, we offer the hardware and software for full DPF removal. We will physically remove the DPF, replace it with a custom made pipe if required, and reprogram the ECU to remove all trace of the DPF.

Most common inc Toyota / Lexus IS220 DPF blockage symptoms:

poor fuel economy - good, healthy system should make around 45 mpg easily
white smoke during acceleration - mostly caused by DPF obstruction. After engine temperature is raised up to 90C engine ECU is trying to burn the soot out of the filter to prevent complete blockage which could cause car to stop or engine failure. On the motorways most of the time smoke is invisible
Engine management light on
stored code in the engine ECU P2002 - related to FAP/DPF filter pressure and temperature

Reduced MPG – Blocked filters increase the exhaust back pressure causing the vehicle to work harder in order to exhaust its fumes. Regeneration is the process of burning off the captured particulate, there are several methods for achieving this, but inevitably regeneration will reduce MPG and performance.

Increased maintenance – Filters require more maintenance than catalytic converters. Engine oil deposits build up on the surface of the inlet face of the filter, and will eventually clog the pores. This increases the pressure drop over the filter, which when reaches 3.6 pounds per square inch (25 kPa) or higher it is capable of causing engine damage. Regular filter maintenance is a necessity.

North East Remaps is offering a DPF removal / delete service – Replacing the DPF unit alone with an aftermarket bypass pipe is simply not enough as the ECU will still try and initiate regeneration. Not only this, the removal of the DPF unit will cause an engine management light to be displayed on the dash, therefore, in order to prevent this the ECU map must be altered to compensate for the change is hardware. We are able to remap your ECU to prevent regeneration and engine management lights from as little as £200, or why not couple the DPF delete with a performance remap contact us for more details

Please contact us for quotes and prices or any enquiries you may have, we will be glad to help in any way possible.

We Can Help with any DTC Trouble Code.

Seat 18884/P2452/009298 – Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Elect. Malfunction,

VW 18884/P2452/009298 – Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Elect. Malfunction,

Skoda 18884/P2452/009298 – Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Elect. Malfunction,

Audi 18884/P2452/009298 – Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Elect. Malfunction,

Seat 18885/P2453/009299 – Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

VW 18885/P2453/009299 – Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Skoda 18885/P2453/009299 – Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Audi 18885/P2453/009299 – Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Seat P242F/009263 – Diesel Particulate Filter (Bank 1): Restricted/Clogged,

VW P242F/009263 – Diesel Particulate Filter (Bank 1): Restricted/Clogged,

Skoda P242F/009263 – Diesel Particulate Filter (Bank 1): Restricted/Clogged,

Audi P242F/009263 – Diesel Particulate Filter (Bank 1): Restricted/Clogged,

Seat 18895/P2463/009315 – Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

VW 18895/P2463/009315 – Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Skoda 18895/P2463/009315 – Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Audi 18895/P2463/009315 – Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Seat 18434/P2002/008194 – Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

VW 18434/P2002/008194 – Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Skoda 18434/P2002/008194 – Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Audi 18434/P2002/008194 – Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Peugeot 307 2.0 HDI P1429 Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure,

Peugeot 307 2.0 HDI P1400 DPFE circuit Low input,

Peugeot 307 2.0 HDI P1401 DPFE circuit High input,

Peugeot 307 2.0 HDI P1405 DPFE sensor upstream Hose off or plugged,

Nissan P1435 DPF Re-generation (CRNT),

Nissan P1436 DPF Re-generation (CRNT),

Vauxhall Zafira 1.9 CDTI P1901 Particulate filter pressure sensor error,

Vauxhall Combo 1.3 cdti P1901 Particulate filter pressure sensor error,

Nissan Navara 2.5 Dci P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Honda Accord 2.2 DTEC P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Vauxhall Insignia 2.0 CDTi P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Mercedes Sprinter 311 CDI P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Mercedes Sprinter 315CDI P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Mazda 5 2.0 TD P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Mazda 6 2.0 TD P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Ford Focus 1.6 TDCI P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Vauxhall Zafira 1.9 CDTI P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Peugeot 307 2.0 HDI P1429 Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure,

Peugeot P1400 DPFE circuit Low input,

Peugeot P1401 DPFE circuit High input,

Peugeot P1405 DPFE sensor upstream Hose off or plugged,

Alfa Romeo P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Alfa Romeo P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Alfa Romeo P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Alfa Romeo P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Alfa Romeo P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Alfa Romeo P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

BMW P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

BMW P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

BMW P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

BMW P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

BMW P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

BMW P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Chevrolet P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Chevrolet P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Chevrolet P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Chevrolet P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Chevrolet P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Chevrolet P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Chrysler P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Chrysler P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Chrysler P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Chrysler P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Chrysler P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Chrysler P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Citroen P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Citroen P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Citroen P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Citroen P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Citroen P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Citroen P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Dodge P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Dodge P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Dodge P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Dodge P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Dodge P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Dodge P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Fiat P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Fiat P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Fiat P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Fiat P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Fiat P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Fiat P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Ford P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Ford P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Ford P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Ford P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Ford P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Ford P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Honda P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Honda P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Honda P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Honda P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Honda P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Honda P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Hyundai P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Hyundai P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Hyundai P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Hyundai P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Hyundai P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Hyundai P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Iveco P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Iveco P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Iveco P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Iveco P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Iveco P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Iveco P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Jaguar P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Jaguar P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Jaguar P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Jaguar P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Jaguar P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Jaguar P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Kia P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Kia P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Kia P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Kia P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Kia P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Kia P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Lancia P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Lancia P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Lancia P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Lancia P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Lancia P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Lancia P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Land Rover P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Land Rover P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Land Rover P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Land Rover P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Land Rover P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Land Rover P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Mazda P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Mazda P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Mazda P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Mazda P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Mazda P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Mazda P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Mercedes P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Mercedes P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Mercedes P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Mercedes P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Mercedes P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Mercedes P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Mini P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Mini P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Mini P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Mini P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Mini P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Mini P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Mitsubishi P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Mitsubishi P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Mitsubishi P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Mitsubishi P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Mitsubishi P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Mitsubishi P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Nissan P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Nissan P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Nissan P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Nissan P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Nissan P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Nissan P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Opel P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Opel P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Opel P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Opel P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Opel P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Opel P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Peugeot P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Peugeot P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Peugeot P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Peugeot P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Peugeot P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Peugeot P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Porsche P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Porsche P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Porsche P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Porsche P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Porsche P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Porsche P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Renault P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Renault P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Renault P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Renault P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Renault P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Renault P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Saab P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Saab P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Saab P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Saab P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Saab P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Saab P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Subaru P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Subaru P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Subaru P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Subaru P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Subaru P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Subaru P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Suzuki P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Suzuki P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Suzuki P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Suzuki P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Suzuki P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Suzuki P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Audi P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Audi P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Audi P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Audi P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Audi P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Audi P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Volvo P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Volvo P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Volvo P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Volvo P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Volvo P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Volvo P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Vauxhall P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Vauxhall P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Vauxhall P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Vauxhall P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Vauxhall P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Vauxhall P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Seat P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Seat P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Seat P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Seat P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Seat P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Seat P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

Skoda P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

Skoda P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

Skoda P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

Skoda P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

Skoda P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

Skoda P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation,

VW P2002 Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction,

VW P2003 Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold,

VW P242F Diesel Particular Filter Restriction,

VW P2452 Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit,

VW P2453 Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal,

VW P2463 Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot Accumulation

Common DPF faults we do BMW 320d, BMW 325d, BMW 330d, BMW 335d, BMW 520d, BMW 525d, BMW 530d, BMW 535d, Audi A3 2.0TDI 170, Audi A4 2.0TDI 140 and 170, Audi A6 2.0TDI 140 and 170, Seat Altea 2.0TDI 170, Seat Leon FR 2.0TDI 170, Skoda Octavia vRS 2.0TDI 170, VW Golf 2.0TDI 170, VW Crafter 2.5 TDI, VW Passat 2.0TDI 170, Ford Focus 1.6 TDCI 110 & 90, Ford Focus 2.0 TDCI, Toyota Lexus is220d, Vauxhall 1.9 CDTi 120 & 150, Volvo D4,D5, Plus many many more.

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