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Old 25-10-14, 10:03 PM   #1
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Ive got a 407 2.0 hdi with 160k on the clock and was thinkingnof treating it to Terraclean .
Anyone had any dealings with having this done ?

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save your money.Someone over on 407owners had it done and it made absolutly no difference to his 407.
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Cheers . Was kinda thinkin its too good to be true
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save your money.Someone over on 407owners had it done and it made absolutly no difference to his 407.
Plus one there but some owners I know have had this done and all they noticed was lower emissions on the MOT. It's just a over rated and priced way of putting fuel system cleaner in. Which most people can do themselves and keep driving the motor. It's your choice though if you want to pay 70 plus the dreaded to have your car hooked up to a machine and left on idle for an hour for it to work it's magic. Good luck.
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I thought that gibbers tried this ooh about 6 months ago. Initial good reports but no further feedback.
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I thought that gibbers tried this ooh about 6 months ago. Initial good reports but no further feedback.

Yes he did I remember at first he was pleased
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No news = bad news. Sounds like a keep your money in your pocket exercise.
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Its been well over a year and a half since I had it done. Car has been great, no problems.

Like I said, the difference immediately after was incredibly noticeable.
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Still getting increased mpg?
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