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I have a 2015 Vauxhall Insignia. I’ve only had the car just over a year, but a couple of weeks ago it broke down with white smoke belting out the back of the exhaust. The car is now at Arnold Clark. I...
I have a 2008 Volkswagen Golf 2.0 TDI. It is not fitted with a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) as standard so how will the May 2018 MoT changes affect this type of car?
I'm looking to buy a 2016, second-hand, Euro6 diesel Hyundai Tucson for around £22,000. I want to keep it for five years or more. With all the confusion surrounding diesel cars, is this a sensible buy?
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I've accidentally put AdBlue in my diesel tank, which seems to be a really bad thing (possibly worse than petrol in a diesel car). Why do Renault put the filling caps so close together? It's a fundamental...
I read in a recent 4x4 review that the engine oil is quickly contaminated by the DPF. Is this the case on all diesel engines with a DPF, and can it affect the life of the engine?
I'm interested in understanding why a driver cannot request their car to kick off a regeneration manually, for example, when they get on the motorway for a long journey. I have a Honda CR-V 2.2 with a...
What's the best way to clean soot from a DPF?
I bought a 2006 Hyundai Tucson in October 2017. The engine warning light was flashing when I test drove it and I was told that this was the DPF. I was aassured it would be fixed and it was okay when I...
I’ve recently bought a used car on finance with a deposit of £1000. On day three of having the car (less than 50 miles later), the engine management light came on. I rang the dealership and took it in....
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