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    Hi just wandered if anyone had used a product called J.L.M. DIESEL PARTICULATE FILTER CLEANER it costs about £23 pounds for a 100 ml bottle. You put it in your tank once or twice a year and it helps keep your d.p.f. clean. It seems to have a good reports but would rather have feed back from our forum guys. There is also another cleaner called TUNAP 184 you use the same way, but they also do a kit they sell to garages. I think they pump it into the d.p.f. through the sensor screw holes and leave it over night to soak in before trying a forced regeneration on a blocked filter.

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    just trying Forte D.P.F treatment recommended by my mot tester and according to reading dropped from 73 % - 24% but the op system also recording a regen 6 kms ago. but only town driving for a week and one thrashing because it went into limp home again grrr !!! cannot buy it from motor factors but you can off e-bay and your friendly mot garage £15.00.

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    I'm not convinced that anything put into the fuel tank is going to have a massive effect on the DPF.
    the stuff put in through the sensor hole may have an impact.

    removing the insides and having it mapped out will have more of an impact!
    it's a Signum, biatch!

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