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Old 17-04-15, 01:19 PM   #1
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Hi Gents,

Not sure on this one

I have the following code

P2408: EDC16C3 - Additive system. Fuel tank cap presence sensor.

I am getting the DPF removed and remapped tomorrow is there anywhere in
planet to remove this as the additive system will be made redudndant and I dont
want to fork out 70.00 for a sensor 1503AG or can I bridge the reed switch so it is always connected?

Thanks Steve
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Old 17-04-15, 01:36 PM   #2
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Just ignore it if you are removing dpf.
Though you might be able to tell bsi under configuration that it has a different type of fuel cap.
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Old 17-04-15, 01:41 PM   #3
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That's what I wanted to check as the gong is annoying lol I can always bridge the wires to see?
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I don't think bridging will do it.
have you plannet?
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I don't but my mates garage who is doing it does any idea where to look I'm not that clued up om planet. thanks Steve
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I think it will be in the bsi configuration.
are they remapping ecu as well to tell it that there is no longer dpf, if not you are likely to run into problems.
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Hi Greegor,

Yes the ECU is being remapped to remove DPF and EGR
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EDC16 ecu has DPF control built in so no BSI config required proper remap should remove trouble code
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All sorted gents. Car remapped DPF and EGR delete OMG what a difference!
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All sorted gents. Car remapped DPF and EGR delete OMG what a difference!
I had mine looked at by Windy last year very happy indeed made it a lot more tractable and it seems to have Improved fuel economy Maybe because it no longer tries to do endless Regens
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