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Old 26-05-17, 03:48 PM   #1
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Hello peeps,
I got the De-pollution warning so decided to check Eolys tank (which turns out to be a pouch) and sure enough it was empty.
There was a bit of fluid leaked out so decided to remove pouch from plastic tank to give it a clean before re-filling.
Unfortunately the pouch has a tear close to the connecting nozzle and a couple of small punctures elsewhere. I didn't damage the pouch myself so it must have been like that prior to buying the car. There was also a lot of dried fluid inside the tank which I have now cleaned off.

I looked online for a replacement pouch and the cheapest I could find was 137.52 from Eurocarcare (ECC9678080680 - Particulate Fluid Pouch DPF).

I already have a litre of the fluid purchased prior to discovering the pouch was damaged. Does anyone have one lying about if not does anyone know where I can purchase it cheaper than the above quote please.

I have tried GSF Carparts but can't find a listing for it!!!
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Old 22-05-18, 04:10 PM   #2
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I guess that's a no then hahahaha
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Have you tried the scrappies?
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Old 23-05-18, 11:27 AM   #4
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Have you tried the scrappies?
I repaired the original and got a 1L refill and all was well until warning came on dash again

When I checked it the repair wasn't sufficient allowing air into the bag

I've recovered just under a 1/4 litre of fluid, disposed of the old pouch and given the container a good clean

Today I bit the bullet and ordered a new one 147 from Ebay it had better fix my problem

For some stupid reason I hadn't given scrappys a thought too late now but worth considering in future cheers Madbadandold
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