If you own a diesel vehicle from 2009 onwards then you will have a DPF or Diesel Particulate Filter. The DPF is responsible for collecting the soot and ash that is created when diesel is burnt, preventing harmful particles from being pumped out into the atmosphere. Vehicles used for short trips and low speeds produce more soot and ash build up as the conditions don’t allow for the DPF to regenerate itself. Over time, if enough soot and ash builds up, your DPF will need manual intervention to avoid a future costly replacement!
Having your DPF cleaned by us costs a fraction of what a replacement would!