Fitting a new DPF

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Terrytpot
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Re: Fitting a new DPF

Post by Terrytpot » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:22 pm

I'm jumping ship before my warranty runs out...new x3 30d m sport arriving in 13 sleeps :)
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Re: Fitting a new DPF

Post by D3GGY » Wed Sep 11, 2019 11:20 pm

Terrytpot wrote:I'm jumping ship before my warranty runs out...new x3 30d m sport arriving in 13 sleeps :)
Same here. Just had an update my XC60 arrived on the 4th Oct
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Re: Fitting a new DPF

Post by Andy131 » Fri Sep 13, 2019 11:09 pm

48k and 35 months DPF "heatshield" replaced here - by the look of the others here it would have been a complete DPF - but no paperwork from dealer so I can't conform complete replacement. Trust me in 3 years time if it happens again I will be getting the welder out. ...... provided that the engine lasts another 70k as I do around 23k a year.
2017 DS HSE auto.
2014 Ewok for 6 months, really really rubbish.
2008 FL2 for 185k miles, should have kept her.
2006 FL1 for 110k miles, brilliant car.
2000 FL1 for 100k miles, fell apart but started the LR bug


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Re: Fitting a new DPF

Post by sodum » Fri Sep 13, 2019 11:27 pm

Update: ...new DPF fitted under warranty. Hope this one lasts longer than the first.
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