The purpose of a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) is to get rid of any particulate matter or soot that comes from the exhaust gas of a diesel engine – DPF’s are usually at least 85% efficient. Using active technology, most devices burn off the accumulated soot, resulting in a clean filter. Filter regeneration occurs when the filter load reaches a set level at which the particulates will oxide at relatively low temperatures.
If your engine management light comes on, it could indicate that there is a problem with your vehicle’s DPF regeneration. At Wrington Motors Ltd, we have all the necessary high-quality tools and software to carry out a forced filter regeneration which will cost you significantly less than a DPF replacement.
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