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Old 01-06-17, 03:41 PM   #1
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Question 2002 307 2.0 HDI 110 antipollution

seems it's gone into protect mode as will only rev to 2800 rpm
Plenty of DPF Fluid but has antipollution fault and unblock diesel filter message,
anyone know what I do next other than pay someone to take off my DPF filter/cat please?
doesn't appear to have used any of the DPF fluid at all since I've owned the car

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Old 01-06-17, 04:04 PM   #2
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hi..I would find someone with planet/diagbox fault code read it .....also perhaps a decent drive in a lower gear may spark it into a regen mode...that may burn off the soot on the dpf....
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Definiitely get it read for faults. Also, try use Diagbox to force a regen and see if it will do one.

Do not use the car if the dpf is blocked as you could destroy the turbo.
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Firstly, if you think your DPF is blocked, you need to work out why there is a blockage and why the car isn't going through the regen process.

The car needs live data and codes read on planet. It's no use cleaning the DPF if it's just going to clog up again.

Check your glow plugs are working, check the high speed fan is working, check the EGR, make sure your fuel cap is secure and the magnets are present. All this info can be read off and tested on planet.
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