DPF Fault Solution
What is DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter)? !
DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) is found in new diesel EURO 5 and later engines, and in EURO 6 engines, in addition to the existing DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) system, there are also vehicles that work integrated and systemically with the ADBLUE system. DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) is a mechanical part that functions as an advanced catalyst system produced to reduce exhaust emission values. DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) is located at the very beginning of the exhaust system. It is a solution produced by manufacturers to fulfill some emission requirements. However, these advanced catalyst systems, which have a certain ash accumulation capacity, become clogged after a certain period of time and become unable to fulfill their function.
In order to avoid the problems described above and to both prevent and delay these overcapacities, automobiles have a self-cleaning feature when they reach a certain exhaust gas temperature (600C degrees) and can release some ash accumulation into the atmosphere by regeneration. This regeneration can take place either while driving on the road or manually through some devices. However, after a while, this DPF cannot regenerate and clean itself. Very high costly replacement fees are demanded in authorized services. Manufacturers have produced it for the best fuel quality and the best conditions, but it causes a lot of problems for poor fuel quality and the user. We have indicated some of these DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) malfunctions and failure results below.
(DPF) Diesel Particulate Filter Cancellation:
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What are DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) Faults?
* Impairs the performance of your vehicle.
* Damages the turbocharger of your vehicle.
* Impairs engine oil quality.
* Impairs the oil quality of the engine and damages the cylinders.
* When the DPF of the vehicle is full, the malfunction lamp lights up and your driving is restricted.
* The vehicle smells of raw fuel.
* Back pressure occurs in the engine as gas output is restricted.
* Diesel oil passes through the edges of the segments and spoils the oil, which is very dangerous for your vehicle’s engine.
* Smoke emission can be seen in the vehicle.
* Damages the fuel injectors.
If the fault is not solved in time, it can cause high costs.