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Old 17-10-11, 07:03 PM   #1
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after having no power for a few weeks i cleaned out the dpf with a pressure washer and the power was back whent down to manchester it was driving fine gave it a bit of welly on the Mway to clear the shit out reached about 100mph then after slowing down the car went back into limp mode again untill it cooled down it drove back ok but keeps going back to limp mode i pulled up today and there was a small amount of water coming from the bottom of the engine had a feel of the large pipe going to the bottom of the radiator and there was no water in it dose anybody have any idea what this could be (common fault?) this car is driving me mad i am not looking forward to winter as this thing is going to cost me a arm and a leg pug 307 is the worst car i have owned am going to try and get to the bottom of this problem then its the cars last chance
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Old 17-10-11, 07:08 PM   #2
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possible airlock
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Old 17-10-11, 07:15 PM   #3
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best to hook planet up and find out what the fault was.



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had it on a pp came up with anti pollution (dpf) fault anyone want to buy it 1000 03 plate hdi 106k
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Old 17-10-11, 07:35 PM   #5
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After cleaning out dpf , did you reset counters with pp , did you check eloys additive? did you check parameters in dpf?
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i havent reset it with pp and the fluid is low what ever happened to cars being machines not computers gone are the days when you could fix it with a pair of tights and a bit of sticky backed plastic
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I know but the car still thinks its buggered you have to tell it that its ok
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o right i understand how come it ran spot on for a few days then ??? help mi mate iam losing the will to live with this car
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Is it flagging up low fluid?
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yes low fluid levle
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