Tec4 DPF Cleaner Review Tried & Tested. Does It Work?

DPF CLEANER REVIEW

Tec4 DPF Cleaner Review Tried & Tested.

DPF Diesel System Cleaner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I know many people now drive a ”modern diesel car” and we dread the DPF light pinging up on our instrument panel. It’s going to be costly, right?

Unfortunately, mine popped up a few days ago on my Audi 2.0TDI and the standard ”regen” or regeneration process didn’t work.  *sad face*

Luckily I remembered that Milner Off Road sold the Tec4 Complete DPF & Diesel System Cleaner. At £17 + vat (£20.40) it was well worth purchasing to see if I could get my DPF light to turn off.

DPF Light On Fault

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So I am now sharing my experience with the magic that is Tec4 Complete DPF & Diesel System Cleaner.

Please note: I had just filled my tank before carrying out the treatment.

Step 1:
Add one 400ml of DPF & Turbo System Cleaner to the contents of the fuel tank.
(Red Bottle)
TEC4 DPF Audi Fault

 

 

 

 

 

 


Step 2:
Idle the engine for 5 minutes.
(Don’t forget to take the bottle out and close your fuel flap before doing so).
Audi A1  DPF

 

 

 

 


Step 3:
On completion turn off the engine and add one 400ml bottle of Diesel System Cleaner to the contents of the fuel tank.
(Blue Bottle)
Audi A1 DPF Fault

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 4:
Take your car for a drive, for a minimum of 20 minutes at medium revs.
(Again, don’t forget to take the bottle out and close the fuel flap).

Audi DPF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 5:
Huzzah!! No more light on the dash.

DPF Light

 

 

 

 

 

 

I will keep you posted as to whether this improves my fuel economy or not. Also whether I find any difference in the day to day running of my car.

So far I am just impressed I didn’t have to go to a garage to have it cleaned or replaced. I can imagine the cost would be extortionate, a bit like a wiper blade from the main dealer!

Recap:

Just to recap, the standard regeneration process did not work. To be honest I was wanting to try this stuff out, after already trying the Diesel Fuel Saver kit on one of my other cars. (Which by the way, also worked a treat).

There are other DPF cleaners on the market which are readily available. However, because I have used Tec4 products before, I know I can trust them.

Here is the link for the DPF Cleaner on Milner’s site: https://www.milneroffroad.com/universal-parts/dpf-cleaners 

And just before you ask yourself the question. No, you cannot remove your DPF. Not only will it make you fail your next MOT, but it is also now illegal.

#DPF #Audi #DieselParticulateFilter #DPFClean

PLEASE NOTE: MILNER OFF ROAD ARE NOT LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE YOU MAY CAUSE TO YOUR VEHICLE(S) BY FOLLOWING THE INSTRUCTIONS ABOVE. IF YOU HAVE NOT PERFORMED THIS PROCEDURE ON YOUR VEHICLE BEFORE, WE HIGHLY ADVISE YOU TAKE YOUR VEHICLE TO A LOCAL MECHANIC.

What Is Suction Control Valve (SCV) Failure.

SCV Suction Control Valve L200

What Is A Suction Control Valve?

The Suction Control Valve or SCV is responsible for the control of fuel pressure inside common rail engines. It allows only the required amount of fuel to be pumped through the system.
The SCV is a wear item, that is a good part to cross off your list of things to do – just like a cam / timing belt.

How Do I know If My SCV Has Failed?

The suction control valve is often overlooked when you are having issues with your vehicle.
SCVs can quickly become affected by contaminated fuel and dirt which in turn can cause a vehicles Electronic Control Unit (ECU) to cause surging and other symptoms, such as ‘limp mode’.

Suction Control Valve L200

Where Can I Buy A SCV?

Never fear!
Milner Off Road Ltd stock Genuine Suction Control Valves for the relevant models .
To ensure you are supplied with the correct one, please supply your chassis / vin number. This can be found on your vin plate, usually on the bulkhead.

Is There Anything I Need To Know About My New SCV?

After fitting a new SCV.  You may need to a  re-calibrate / relearn.
There is a procedure for it in the manual.

The ECU learns the relation between the suction control valve, of the supply pump drive current and the fuel injection volume.

The learning value is calculated from the suction control valve drive current and the rail pressure sensor output voltage.

You should run the relearn when the engine is idling, any one with a decent plugin diagnostic computer should be able to do it for you.

Website: www.milneroffroad.com 

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