The OP is in Derbyshire County in England. UK drivers have a very comprehensive road worthiness inspection they must pass to keep driving a given vehicle.<snip> not to mention mention the issue with passing emission tests if they are done in your area
I'm not sure what you'd get just telling the sensor that the DPF is present and working well.Hi
I have read elsewhere about removing a (UK) DPF, connecting the sensor pipes together then using a resistor to tell the sensor that there is still a DPF present. Does anyone have any information about this ? (and the value of the resistor needed)
That would mean saying goodbye to your MOT, true?Be cautious. From March in the UK the annual test will also include having complete and operative DPFs where they are fitted by the manufacturer.
Agreed, at least in the way he described.Jules, Probably not a good idea..... to bypass the emissions controls....