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Iveco Daily DPF
The Iveco Daily DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) is an emission control device fitted to diesel-powered vehicles. It works by trapping and removing soot and other particles from the exhaust stream before they are released into the atmosphere. The DPF is an important component in helping diesel engines meet stringent Euro 6 emissions standards.
Unfortunately, the DPF is prone to a variety of issues, ranging from blockages to failure of the filter itself. These issues can cause the engine to run rough, suffer from reduced performance, or even fail completely. Blockages can be caused by a buildup of soot due to incomplete combustion, or by an incorrect fuel-to-air ratio in the engine. This can result in a condition known as ‘regeneration failure’, in which the filter is unable to clear itself of the soot.
Another common issue is ‘over regeneration’, where the filter is exposed to too much heat and is damaged. This can be caused by incorrect engine management settings, or by the vehicle being driven in a way which causes excessive exhaust temperatures.
The most common solution for DPF issues is to have the filter professionally cleaned or replaced. The cost of this can vary depending on the severity of the issue and the make and model of the vehicle. In some cases, the issue can be resolved by simply resetting the engine management system.
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