Due to new legal requirements in 2022, fitment does need to be checked/approved before we are able to process your order. Once your order is placed we will be in contact for your vehicle details to confirm compatibility, if this has not been supplied previously.Please Note: If a reply is not received this may cause your order to be delayed. Thank you for your co-operation.
An Exhaust Particulate Filter, also known as a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF), removes the soot from the exhaust gases of a diesel engine. The gases are filtered through and the tiny pieces of soot that come from the burnt fuel are collected in the filter and therefore reduce emissions. Once your filter is full, the soot is burnt to ash, either when the exhaust reaches a high enough temperature or when your vehicle initiates the process itself. While DPF's do a brilliant job at reducing emissions going into the atmosphere, they can come defective over time and may need replacing. Usually, the first sign of a problem is when the DPF light is illuminated on your dash.This indicates that there is at least a partial blockage in the DPF system.