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Old 14-05-18, 11:15 AM   #1
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Default P1445 error on 2011 Partner Tepee 1.6hdi 112

Hello have a 2011 Partner tepee 1.6hdi 112bhp fault on dash risk of filter clogging with a warning triangle. Had my mechanic read it and came back with P1445 error code. When cleared just comes back. Reader states theres excess fluid in dpf.
Went to citreon services who done my elloys fluid and regen back in september who states (He thinks its the elloys fluid pump which needs replaced ie elloys tank and more elloys fluid at cost of 300+ bucks.) Which I dont mind paying if thats what it is. My only worry is he seemed unsure. Looking for some help if anyone has had these issues before. Car has about 107,000 miles and still drives fine with no lag.
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Old 14-05-18, 11:23 AM   #2
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You need a proper diagnostic with Planet, as only that can diagnose and test all components instrumental in a regen.

I'd check the electrical wiring to the additive tank.
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You need a proper diagnostic with Planet, as only that can diagnose and test all components instrumental in a regen.

I'd check the electrical wiring to the additive tank.




I have ordered pp2000 diagnostic tool. Will arrive around thursday. Will let you know how I get on. Thanks for your help.
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Sorry for taking so long. Finally got lexia 3 and took ages but managed to install diogbox. Dpf was at end of life. So done a virtual replacement of both. As I read in some forums this can help clear the fault as I said car seems to be driving ok. But now comes up with risk of filter clogging with warning triangle then dissappears again quickly. Notice it tends to happen when engine is under stress ie driving up a hill. Checked fault codes again and get this now.

P2291 Starting monitoring
P1490 Paticulator Filter
P1403 additional heating 1 command
P1404 additional heating 2 command
U1218 intersystems CAN

P2291 rise in pressure in injector rail is to slow.

P1490 Detected overloaded. Non activation of the pre heater glow plugs.

Cant mind the exact errors of other codes but will check again later if need be.
There was also a fault on elloys tank again saying no low fluid or something but when I clear fault and test it it seems to work ok.

Anyways hope this helps. Im assuming dpf filter needs to come out/replaced not to sure what to do about tank. Had it topped up in september. Im sure I had 85-90 thousand on the clock and Im at 107-108 thousand now. When I first checked tank via diogbox it stated tank holds 2 litres of elloys and it had 1.75 left if that helps any.

Hope someone can shed some light on this. Any help or advise would be much appreciated as always.

Thanks again.
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Old 01-07-18, 10:09 AM   #5
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Hi,
I have had a similar problem with my Partner Tepee. I’m referring to the “risk of filter blocking” message. To tell you the story and how I overcame this, we got stuck in the snow in March. I had to dig us out while my girlfriend drove back and forth to get us back to safety. I then returned the half mile back to the drifts to help the others get to safety. I left my girlfriend in the car with the engine ruining on idle for an hour- big mistake! As a result of all the low speed back and forth and the idling, the DPF blocked and I had to change it. It was an easy job to do really and in hindsight, after the local garage reset the DPF plus much head scratching, I found out alot about these warning messages. One thing that appeared to ring true is the warning message is misleading. People panic initially and Peugeot take the money to do a regen when it might not be necessary. I noticed after that my fuel level was low and that you need at least 20 litres in your tank for the car to attempt a passive regeneration of the DPF. If the car fails three attempts at a regen then you get the scare message about risk of filter blocking. Also, if there are any problems with the systems linked to DPF regen (cooling fan etc) then the car won’t regen either.
How has your fuel level been when the message came up? It is also better to fill up the tank each time rather than out 10 I’m here and there as the eolys fluid mixes with the fuel every time you fill up and the concentration would be more than is needed as opposed to a full tank fill up and one squirt of eolys fluid into the mix.
Another problem I encountered was that the supposed Citroen specialist garage in Ash Vale didn’t reset the fluid counter properly unlike the specialist in Eastleigh, Southampton who was brilliant. There is a quite specific procedure to follow and check after the counter has been reset so maybe you should get that checked too or ask someone on the forum who has a Lexia kit to check for you.
By the way. I had a second problem with my partner. It would appear that all that running in the snow had taken out the maxi fuse for the cooling fan hence every time I switched on the air con (fan is linked) or the car tried to regen the DPF (again the cooling fan is linked) it failed to do so. It turned out the cooling fan control unit was bad and took the fuse with it. I don’t think that’s your problem but you could start with the basics like filling up the car and driving above 2000 rpm for twenty minutes uninterrupted on a motorway to see if that helps the car to go into DPF regen as you said the problem arises under load on hills and that’s maybe when it’s trying to regen.
Hope that helps and I hope I havent sounded like I’m teaching your grandmother how to suck eggs as so to speak.
By the way, Peugeot sold me what they described as a ‘spurious’ DPF (a pattern part) for only 145 plus VAT. Don’t pay the ridiculous high quote they want for one if you need one.
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