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There are 3 ways to regenerate a DPF, and Trackside Auto Centre specialises in all of them. They are:
Of all DPF cleaning methods, it is the commonest type. It takes 10 minutes or so to complete. The process uses sensors to detect and scrape off soot deposits and also adjusts fuel intake accordingly.
Your car’s engine contains an oxidising catalytic converter. In passive cleaning, the vehicle is driven on highways at high speeds so that the fuel gets ample amount to burn at a very high temperature (around 600o Celsius). Note that this DPF cleaning Derby method has a record for long-lasting positive results, although it takes more time to complete.
If your car’s ECU sends out a signal to the DPF warning lights, causing them to blink rapidly, it might be time for a forced DPF cleaning Derby. You must immediately bring your vehicle to our facility- Trackside Auto Centre.