yes thats it
Now I need a turbo to keep up!
Thanks, I was thinking the same. Any suggestion on how I can clean it, other than with a computer?
A local mechanic told me to constantly run the car at 2500 rpm for 25 minutes. This way he says, the ECU will enter the DPF cleaning program and the DPF will clean big time. Is this true?
Yes thats the dpf with the fuel line going into it which injects diesel into the exhaust to burn all the deposits collected at high temp.
Thank you all for answering so fast. Next time I'll make a longer trip I will try the DPF cleanin' and post back here.
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