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Old 17-11-13, 10:21 PM   #1
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Default 2.0 hdi 56 plate DPF "ecu not replied" problem

Hi everyone,

Have a small trouble with pp2000. Had vehicle for about 9 months except abs light which comes and goes in the mornings no problem at all, just happy

But when i try to do global test on pp2000 on DPF it always says ecu not replied or something. Even when you go through Engine ecu still same, i cant connect to it and have a look anything. Even tried Diagbox, it scans fine but got same message ecu not replied. Checked with peugeot online where you put your VIN number and it says its fitted with DPF.

I dont do a lot of motorway miles, mostly town and a roads and since i got that car never had a problem with power or anything else, doing about 44mpg which i think its ok for my driving stile.

So the question is - is the DPF is still there?? or its been already deleted??
When you look under car everything is in place, dont look different to others.

Thank you
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The DPF doesn't have its own ECU on the 2.0 HDi 136 - it's part of the engine ECU.
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Old 17-11-13, 10:41 PM   #3
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I tried everything on pp, i just cant get in!

Or maybe im going the wrong way?

Can anyone let me know where exactly i should go on pp or diagbox?

Thank you !
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Old 17-11-13, 10:59 PM   #4
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Try parameters in engine ecu


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