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Volkswagen Crafter 2.5 Diesel Particulate Filter DPF Problems Cannock Staffordshire | West Midlands

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Jan
14

Volkswagen Crafter 2.5 Diesel Particulate Filter DPF Problems Cannock | Staffordshire | West Midlands

Diesel Particulate Filter Problems

If you are having an issue with your diesel particulate filter (DPF) you are not alone, there are thousands of people all over the UK that are facing hefty dealer bills to replace DPF’s that cannot be regenerated by main dealers.

The cost of DPF replacements is very high, with some customers reporting total replacement costs of upto £2000 or more…

MPG Tuning offer a viable alternative of complete DPF system removal or replacement at less than 50% of main dealer prices in most cases.

Obviously complete removal offers a final solution, whereas replacement DPF comes with a 12 months manufacturer warranty.

We offer a full in house solution which ever option you choose, contact us today for a chat about your particular requirement.

A diesel particulate filter sometimes referred to as a DPF removes the diesel particulate matter (or soot) from the exhaust gas of a diesel vehicle, therefore reducing particulate emissions.

Why Do Cars Have DPF’s?

With changes to the car emissions legislation, the ‘Euro 5′ standards will make diesel particulate filters a commonplace in diesel car exhausts as catalytic converters are in petrol cars.

How Does a Diesel Particulate Work or DPF Work?

Unlike a Catalytic Converter a DPF is not a flow through device, and works by forcing the gasses to flow through the filter. As the channels of the filter are blocked at alternate ends, the gasses are forced to flow through the cell walls in order to exit the filter. As the cell walls are porous, the gasses are allowed to pass through, but the particulate matter is deposited on the cell walls. This ensures that only the clean exhaust gasses can exit, and the particulate matter is trapped in the filter.

Passive Regeneration

Passive regeneration takes place automatically on motorway-type runs when the exhaust temperature is high. Many cars don’t get this sort of use though so manufacturers have to design-in ‘active’ regeneration where the engine management computer (ECU) takes control of the process.

Active Regeneration

Active Regeneration occurs when the level of soot in the filter reaches around 45%. The ECU makes small adjustments to the fuel injection timing and increases the exhaust gas temperature. This increases the exhaust temperature which then initiates the regeneration process, burning away the soot trapped in the DPF.

What Does a Diesel Particulate Filter Do?

The latest diesel engines have a diesel particulate filter (DPF) and a reactivating unit. The DPF collects particulates such as black smoke, soot, HC, etc, which are found in the exhaust gas. The recovery unit is further upstream than the DPF in order to maintain the function of the DPF.

The recovery unit has an oxidation catalyst. The NO and O2 in exhaust gas react with each other, and NO2 is generated. The generated NO2 reacts with the particulates. As a result, the particulates collected in the filter are eliminated, and the DPF is recovered.

The particulates react with O2 at a temperature of approx 550° C. or more, and react with NO2 at a temperature of approx 250° C. or more.

When a vehicle is driven at a low continuous revs on a regular basis, the temperature of exhaust gas is maintained at approx 250° C.

Even given this type of use, provided that NO2 is supplied by the recovering unit, the DPF can achieve continuous recovering state in which particulates are burnt while collecting the particulates.

However, if light load operation continues, the temperature of the exhaust gas falls. As a result, it is difficult to maintain the temperature of the oxidation catalyst further up system than the DPF, so there are situations in which recovery of the DPF is insufficient.

If the continuous recovering function deteriorates, the DPF is in an over-collected state, and clogging by particulates occurs. As a direct result, an exhaust gas pressure increases, and the fuel efficiency and the power performance of the engine will deteriorate.

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Peugeot ECU Remapping Midlands Staffs | ECU Remaps | ECU Remap | OBD Tuning | OBD Remaps | Custom Remaps

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Dec
5

Peugeot ECU Remapping Midlands Staffs | ECU Remaps | ECU Remap | OBD Tuning | OBD Remaps | Custom Remaps

Peugeot 1007 1400 8v KFV (TU3JP) Petrol 73
Peugeot 1007 1400 16v KFU (ET3J4) Petrol 88
Peugeot 1007 1600 16v NFU (TU5JP4) Petrol 109
Peugeot 1007 1400 HDI 8HZ (DV4TD) Diesel 68
Peugeot 1007 1600 HDI 9HZ (DV6TED4) Diesel 110
Peugeot 106 1600 16v NFX (TU5J4) Petrol 120
Peugeot 106 (II) 1100 8v HDZ (TU1M) Petrol 60
Peugeot 107 1400 HDI 8HT (DV4TD) Diesel 54
Peugeot 206 1100 8v HFX (TU1JP) Petrol 60
Peugeot 206 1400 8v KFW (TU3JP) Petrol 75
Peugeot 206 1400 8v KFX (TU3JP) Petrol 75
Peugeot 206 1400 16v KFU (ET3J4) Petrol 88
Peugeot 206 1600 16v NFU (TU5JP4) Petrol 109
Peugeot 206 1600 16v NFZ (TU5JP) Petrol 88
Peugeot 206 2000 16v RFN (EW10J4) Petrol 136
Peugeot 206 2000 16v RFR (DEW10J4) Petrol 136
Peugeot 206 2000 16v RC RFK (EW10J4S) Petrol 177
Peugeot 206 1400 HDI 8HX (DV4TD) Diesel 70
Peugeot 206 1400 HDI 8HZ (DV4TD) Diesel 70
Peugeot 206 1600 HDI 9HZ (DV6TED4) Diesel 110
Peugeot 206 2000 HDI RHY (DW10TD) Diesel 90
Peugeot 207 1400 8v KFV (TU3JP) Petrol 72
Peugeot 207 1400 16v KFU (ET3J4) Petrol 88
Peugeot 207 1600 16v NFU (TU5JP4) Petrol 108
Peugeot 207 1600 16v THP 5FR (EP6DT) Petrol 150
Peugeot 207 1600 16v THP RC 5FY (EP6DTS) Petrol 175
Peugeot 207 1600 16v VTI 5FS (EP6C) Petrol 120
Peugeot 207 1400 HDI 8HR (DV4TD) Diesel 68
Peugeot 207 1600 HDI 9HX (DV6ATED4) Diesel 90
Peugeot 207 1600 HDI 9HZ (DV6TED4) Diesel 110
Peugeot 208 1600 16v 5FS (EP6C) Petrol 120
Peugeot 208 1600 16v THP 5FV (EP6CDT) Petrol 155
Peugeot 208 1400 HDI Diesel 68
Peugeot 208 1600 HDI 9HP (DV6DTED) Diesel 115
Peugeot 208 1600 HDI 9HP (DV6DTED) Diesel 92
Peugeot 3008 1600 16v THP 5FT (EP6CDT) Petrol 155
Peugeot 3008 1600 16v THP 5FT (EP6DT) Petrol 150
Peugeot 3008 1600 16v VTI 5FS (EP6C) Petrol 120
Peugeot 3008 1600 HDI 9HR (DV6C) Diesel 112
Peugeot 3008 1600 HDI 9HZ (DV6TED4) Diesel 110
Peugeot 3008 2000 HDI RHE (DW10CTED4) Diesel 150
Peugeot 3008 2000 HDI RHH (DW10CTED4) Diesel 165
Peugeot 306 1600 16v NFT (TU5) Petrol 98
Peugeot 306 2000 HDI RHY (DW10TD) Diesel 90
Peugeot 307 1400 8v KFW (TU3JP) Petrol 75
Peugeot 307 1400 16v KFU (ET3J4) Petrol 88
Peugeot 307 1600 16v NFU (TU5JP4) Petrol 109
Peugeot 307 1600 16v NFU (TU5JP4) Petrol 109
Peugeot 307 2000 16v RFJ (EW10A) Petrol 140
Peugeot 307 2000 16v RFK (EW10J4S) Petrol 155
Peugeot 307 2000 16v RFN (EW10J4) Petrol 136
Peugeot 307 1400 HDI 8HZ (DV4TD) Diesel 68
Peugeot 307 1600 HDI 9HX (DV6ATED4) Diesel 90
Peugeot 307 1600 HDI 9HZ (DV6TED4) Diesel 110
Peugeot 307 2000 HDI RHR (DW10BTED4) Diesel 136
Peugeot 307 2000 HDI RHR (DW10BTED4) Diesel 136
Peugeot 307 2000 HDI RHS (DW10ATED) Diesel 110
Peugeot 307 2000 HDI RHY (DW10TD) Diesel 90
Peugeot 307 2000 HDI RHY (DW10TD) Diesel 90
Peugeot 308 1600 16v BioFlex NFU (TU5JP4) Petrol 109
Peugeot 308 1600 16v THP 5FT (EP6CDT) Petrol 155
Peugeot 308 1600 16v THP 5FT (EP6DT) Petrol 140
Peugeot 308 1600 16v THP 5FT (EP6DT) Petrol 150
Peugeot 308 1600 16v THP 5FT (EP6DTS) Petrol 174
Peugeot 308 1600 16v VTI 5FS (EP6C) Petrol 120
Peugeot 308 1600 HDI 9HP (DV6DTED) Diesel 92
Peugeot 308 1600 HDi 9HR (DV6C) Diesel 110
Peugeot 308 1600 HDI 9HX (DV6ATED4) Diesel 90
Peugeot 308 1600 HDI 9HZ (DV6TED4) Diesel 110
Peugeot 308 2000 HDI RHR (DW10BTED4) Diesel 136
Peugeot 4007 2400 16v SFZ (4B12-MMC) Petrol 170
Peugeot 4007 2200 HDI 4HN (DW12MTED4) Diesel 156
Peugeot 406 2000 16v RFN (EW10J4) Petrol 136
Peugeot 406 3000 V6 XFX (ES9J4S) Petrol 206
Peugeot 406 2000 HDI RHS (DW10ATED) Diesel 110
Peugeot 406 2000 HDI RHS (DW10ATED4) Diesel 110
Peugeot 406 2000 HDI RHY (DW10TD) Diesel 90
Peugeot 406 2200 HDI 4HX (DW12TED4) Diesel 133
Peugeot 407 2000 16v RFJ (EW10A) Petrol 140
Peugeot 407 2000 16v RFN (EW10J4) Petrol 136
Peugeot 407 2000 16v BioFlex RFJ (EW10A) Petrol 104
Peugeot 407 3000 V6 XFV (ES9A) Petrol 211
Peugeot 407 1600 HDI 9HY (DV6TED4) Diesel 110
Peugeot 407 2000 HDI Diesel 140
Peugeot 407 2000 HDI RHR (DW10BTED4) Diesel 136
Peugeot 407 2000 HDI RHR (DW10BTED4) Diesel 136
Peugeot 407 2700 V6 HDI UHZ (DT17) Diesel 204
Peugeot 5008 1600 16v 5FS (EP6C) Petrol 120
Peugeot 5008 1600 16v THP 5FT (EP6CDT) Petrol 155
Peugeot 5008 1600 HDi 9HR (DV6C) Diesel 112
Peugeot 5008 1600 HDI 9HZ (DV6TED4) Diesel 110
Peugeot 5008 2000 HDI RHE (DW10CTED4) Diesel 150
Peugeot 5008 2000 HDI RHH (DW10CTED4) Diesel 163
Peugeot 508 1600 16v THP 5FT (EP6CDT) Petrol 155
Peugeot 508 1600 16v THP 5FT (EP6DT) Petrol 150
Peugeot 508 1600 16v VTI 5FS (EP6C) Petrol 120
Peugeot 508 1600 HDI 9HP (DV6DTED) Diesel 115
Peugeot 508 1600 HDI 9HR (DV6C) Diesel 110
Peugeot 508 2000 HDI RHH (DW10CTED4) Diesel 165
Peugeot 508 2000 HDI RHR (DW10BTED4) Diesel 140
Peugeot 508 2200 HDI 4HL (DW12C) Diesel 204
Peugeot 607 2000 16v RFN (EW10J4) Petrol 136
Peugeot 607 3000 V6 XFV (ES9A) Petrol 211
Peugeot 607 3000 V6 XFX (ES9J4S) Petrol 207
Peugeot 607 2000 HDI RHR (DW10BTED4) Diesel 136
Peugeot 607 2000 HDI RHS (DW10ATED) Diesel 135
Peugeot 607 2000 HDI RHZ (DW10ATED) Diesel 110
Peugeot 607 2200 HDI 4HT (DW12BTED4) Diesel 170
Peugeot 607 2200 HDI 4HX (DW12TED4) Diesel 133
Peugeot 607 2700 V6 HDI UHZ (DT17TED4) Diesel 205
Peugeot 806 2000 16v RFN (EW10J4) Petrol 136
Peugeot 806 2000 HDI RHZ (DW10ATED) Diesel 110
Peugeot 807 2000 16v RFJ (EW10A) Petrol 140
Peugeot 807 2000 16v RFN (EW10J4) Petrol 136
Peugeot 807 3000 V6 XFX (ES9J4S) Petrol 207
Peugeot 807 2000 HDI RHH (DW10CTED4) Diesel 165
Peugeot 807 2000 HDI RHK (DW10UTED4) Diesel 120
Peugeot 807 2000 HDI RHM (DW10ATED4) Diesel 107
Peugeot 807 2000 HDI RHR (DW10BTED4) Diesel 110
Peugeot 807 2000 HDI RHZ (DW10ATED) Diesel 110
Peugeot 807 2200 HDI 4HT (DW12BTED4) Diesel 170
Peugeot 807 2200 HDI 4HX (DW12TED4) Diesel 128
Peugeot Bipper 1400 8v KFV (TU3JP) Petrol 73
Peugeot Bipper 1300 HDI FHZ (F13DTE5) Diesel 75
Peugeot Bipper 1400 HDI 8HS (DV4TD) Diesel 70
Peugeot Boxer 2000 HDI RHV (DW10UTD) Diesel 84
Peugeot Boxer 2800 HDI 8140.43S Diesel 128
Peugeot Boxer (II) 2000 8v RFL Petrol 110
Peugeot Boxer (II) 2000 HDI RHV (DW10UTD) Diesel 84
Peugeot Boxer (II) 2200 HDI 4HY (DW12UTED) Diesel 100
Peugeot Boxer (II) 2800 HDI 8140.43N Diesel 145
Peugeot Boxer (II) 2800 HDI 8140.43S Diesel 128
Peugeot Boxer (III) 2200 HDI 4HU (P22DTE) Diesel 120
Peugeot Boxer (III) 2200 HDI 4HV (P22DTE) Diesel 100
Peugeot Boxer (III) 3000 HDI Diesel 175
Peugeot Boxer (III) 3000 HDI F1CE0481D  Diesel 160
Peugeot Expert 2000 16v RFN (EW10J4) Petrol 136
Peugeot Expert 2000 HDI RHW (DW10ATED4) Diesel 110
Peugeot Expert 2000 HDI RHX (DW10BTED) Diesel 93
Peugeot Expert (II) 2000 16v RFH (EW10A) Petrol 140
Peugeot Expert (II) 1600 HDI 9HU (DV6UTED4) Diesel 90
Peugeot Expert (II) 2000 HDI RHH (DW10CTED4) Diesel 165
Peugeot Expert (II) 2000 HDI RHK (DW10UTED4) Diesel 120
Peugeot Expert (II) 2000 HDI RHR (DW10BTED4) Diesel 136
Peugeot Partner 1400 8v KFV (TU3JP) Petrol 73
Peugeot Partner 1600 16v NFU (TU5JP4) Petrol 110
Peugeot Partner 1600 HDI 9HW (DV6BTED4) Diesel 75
Peugeot Partner 1600 HDI 9HX (DV6ATED4) Diesel 90
Peugeot Partner 2000 HDI RHY (DW10TD) Diesel 90
Peugeot Partner 2000 HDI RHY (DW10TD) Diesel 90
Peugeot Partner (II) 1600 16v 5FS (EP6C) Petrol 120
Peugeot Partner (II) 1600 16v NFR (TU5JP4B) Petrol 90
Peugeot Partner (II) 1600 16v NFU (TU5JP4) Petrol 110
Peugeot Partner (II) 1600 HDI 9HP (DV6DTED) Diesel 92
Peugeot Partner (II) 1600 HDi 9HR (DV6C) Diesel 112
Peugeot Partner (II) 1600 HDI 9HT (DV6BTED4) Diesel 75
Peugeot Partner (II) 1600 HDI 9HX (DV6ATED4) Diesel 90
Peugeot Partner (II) 1600 HDI 9HZ (DV6TED4) Diesel 110
Peugeot Ranch 1400 8v KFV (TU3JP) Petrol 73
Peugeot Ranch 1600 16v NFU (TU5JP4) Petrol 110
Peugeot Ranch 1600 HDI 9HW (DV6BTED4) Diesel 75
Peugeot Ranch 1600 HDI 9HX (DV6ATED4) Diesel 90
Peugeot Ranch 2000 HDI RHY (DW10TD) Diesel 90
Peugeot Ranch 2000 HDI RHY (DW10TD) Diesel 90
Peugeot RCZ 1600 16v THP 5FT (EP6CDT) Petrol 155
Peugeot RCZ 1600 16v THP 5FT (EP6CDTX) Petrol 200
Peugeot RCZ 2000 HDI RHH (DW10CTED4) Diesel 163


Unlike so many “Great Sounding, Yet Hollow” claims, MPG Tuning deliver a True Custom ECU Remapping Service.
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We Don’t just use the cheapest “so called tune file” bought off the internet at the lowest price we could find.

We read the actual engine management data from your vehicle, and carefully alter the various parameters required to achieve your desired results.

When our programmers are happy that the required data has been adjusted correctly, the modified data “complete” with all manufacturer data is written back to your vehicles ECU.

We are experts in engine tuning, use state of the art tuning equipment and a tailor made remap data file, customised for your vehicle and driving requirements to achieve perfect results every time.

Our team has more than 35 years combined experience with mechanics and automotive technologies, in particular chip tuning and remapping techniques…

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