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A DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) is an exhaust emission control device that is fitted to most modern diesel engines in order to reduce harmful particulate matter emissions. It works by trapping exhaust particles, such as soot, before they can be released into the atmosphere. However, over time, the DPF can become clogged with soot and other particles and this can cause a range of issues.
One of the most common issues that arise with a clogged DPF is a decrease in overall engine performance. This is because the DPF restricts the exhaust flow, and reduces the amount of air that reaches the engine. This can result in poor acceleration and reduced engine power. In addition, the engine may run rough and stall or misfire, or produce more exhaust smoke.
Another common issue is increased fuel consumption. As the DPF is operating at reduced efficiency, the engine will require more fuel to produce the same power. This can result in a significant increase in fuel consumption.
Finally, the DPF may become blocked completely, resulting in a ‘DPF full’ warning light on the dashboard. This can cause the engine to go into ‘safe mode’ and limit the power output, or even require the vehicle to be taken to a specialist garage for a DPF regeneration. This is a process in which the DPF is heated to high temperatures to burn off the soot and other particles, restoring the DPF to
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