Diesel particulate filters (DPF) are fitted in all modern vehicle exhausts since 2009 to reduce emissions by eliminating diesel particulates and soot—known to affect the respiratory and cardiovascular systems of the public.
Over time, this soot and ash build-up within the filter may cause problems with your vehicle. This accumulation chokes your car, affecting its responsiveness, acceleration, and fuel consumption.
However, issues with your DPF could mean that simple cleaning will not provide a long-term solution.
The DPF Doctor professionally diagnoses your vehicle's DPF system, finding the source of the problem, and provides a reliable, long-term solution.
Finding the root cause of your DPF woes and ensuring it's correctly addressed will save you time and money.
Benefits of a properly maintained DPF include: