DPF Removal

DPF issues / failure?


What is a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)?

A Diesel Particulate Filter, often referred to as the DPF is a device designed and integrated into the Diesel Engine exhaust systems to trap & remove Diesel Particulate Matter or Soot from the exhaust gasses of the diesel engine. Much like the Catalytic Converter of conventional petrol engines, the Diesel Particulate Filter works to remove harmful toxins and lower the emissions of your diesel engine making it more environmentally friendly.  These are fitted to most modern common rail turbo diesel vehicles.

The aim is to remove 80% in the average diesel particulate (soot) emissions and although a great concept, it brings about a whole new line of problems. We’re taking calls all day from anxious customers and garages across the country when their DPF (diesel particulate filter) light is illuminated on the dash, indicating that there is at least a partial blockage in the DPF system.

DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) has become a very common failure on later model Diesel cars as they get blocked up and fail.

Contact us today so that we can discuss the removal of the DPF from your vehicle.

DPF removal is legal and your vehicle will still pass a UK MOT.