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Old 10-05-19, 06:47 PM   #1
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Hi guys got this message today just after I filled up with diesel (diesel particulate fuild low) so me being a numty what do I need and how do i go about it.
I have a 407 sport 2.0 hdi 136
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You need to get the EOLYS tank refilled and get someone with Planet or a better sort of reader to reset the tank counter as it won't reset automatically.
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I have heard there are different eoly,s how do I make sure I get the right one
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You need to check the colour of the clip on the additive tank pipe to get the correct fluid

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Hi guys bit confused what has the colour of the clip got to do with getting the right eoly
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Old 14-05-19, 07:50 PM   #7
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Peugeot used more than one type of fluid on vehicles dependent on build. There was no hard cut off date when they swapped to a different fluid.

They used different colour couplings on the tank filler to identify what fluid the vehicle was filled with to ensure it was filled with the correct type as some could not be mixed.

Most dealers even ask for the clip colour as service box does not give the exact detail making a VIN or reg number lookup useless

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Thanks for all the information will be topping up this weekend and hopefully find someone close with a planet
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Hi guys where is the best place to buy dpf fluid for my car
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