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can any you guys help got a 2.0l se 407 hdi turbo 2005.
engine diagostic light is on re emission filter but when i accelerate
i have got no power is this the filters or what ?
 

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animasrwm said:
can any you guys help got a 2.0l se 407 hdi turbo 2005.
engine diagostic light is on re emission filter but when i accelerate
i have got no power is this the filters or what ?
loss of power is the car being in Limp Mode...

Your car has a DPF, Diesel Particle Filter where all soot and carbon is collected, the ecu then starts the regeneration which with the help of Eloys fluid burns off the soot.. if this does not occur, the soot keeps collecting in the DPF and clogs the DPF.. the Deferential pressure sensors on the DPF then send a signal to the ECU which puts the car in Limp mode..

have you connect to the diagnostic?? if you are local, I can help..

most likely, your DPF is blocked...

there are several posts around this issue.. if you are good with DIY, its a fairly easy job.. you can also drill holes in it to not experience it at all..

let us know if you need any help..
 

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bettyswollocks said:
lol.. yeah seen this.. heard this guy was throwing his dummy on a forum after a member was giving info on it, which he charges for...

some other thoeries also suggest that you dont really need an emulator..

Drill the holes and the pressure remains constant as if it had never been blocked...
 

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Scotcruz said:
lol.. yeah seen this.. heard this guy was throwing his dummy on a forum after a member was giving info on it, which he charges for...

some other thoeries also suggest that you dont really need an emulator..

Drill the holes and the pressure remains constant as if it had never been blocked...
What we need is a Guinea Pig :whistle:
 

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bettyswollocks said:
What we need is a Guinea Pig :whistle:
see if I had a 4 post ramp.. I would... it doesnt look difficult...
 
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