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Old 14-10-13, 09:33 PM   #1
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A few days ago I was driving the kids to school and in Belfast and got the dreaded Depollution System Faulty on the display on my Peugeot 308, left it in with a guy in Newtownabbey called ???????? who specialize in dpf problems. They recommended that I have it the dpf removed which is cheaper than having replaced so I went with that and car has been going great ever since, didn't think this sort of thing could be done so easily but the car was in and out in one day.

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Old 14-10-13, 10:26 PM   #2
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Sorry , i edited that post because you`ll need to contribute to the forum before advertising someones business as it looks like its yours or you have some affiliation to it ,

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Considering that error is more often than not unrelated to the actual DPF, I'm surprised it was as simple as removing the DPF and suspect either foul play or that the faults are still hiding away somewhere.
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They recommended that I have it the dpf removed which is cheaper than having replaced
That all depends. CATS2U do a DPF for a 307 for just 120, far cheaper than having a garage remove and remap.
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Using a diesel on the school run?
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