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Mitsubishi L200 DPF Problems
The Mitsubishi L200 is a popular pick-up truck model that has been around for many years. However, some of its drivers have reported issues with their L200’s diesel particulate filter (DPF), which is used to reduce emissions by trapping soot particles in the exhaust gas.
The issue with the DPF is that it needs to be regularly cleaned out, otherwise it can become clogged and cause problems with the performance of the engine. This is because the filter needs to be able to flow freely, otherwise the pressure in the exhaust system will build up and cause the engine to run rough or even stall completely.
Another issue that has been reported with the DPF is that it can be easily damaged by incorrect driving habits. For example, if you don’t drive the vehicle hard enough, then the soot particles won’t get burned off and the filter will become blocked more quickly. On the other hand, if you drive too aggressively then this can cause the filter to become damaged or even destroyed.
Finally, some drivers have reported that the DPF can cause the engine to run rough or even cause it to stall completely. This is because the filter can become blocked or clogged, which can lead to an uneven flow of exhaust gas. This can cause the engine to run rough and can even cause it to stall.
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