Does that mean the engine covers, top & bottom will be removed during inspection? Excuse my ignorance but I don’t have a dpf on mine so don’t know where it is
Do I need to put egr pipework back where it should be???
29th Oct 2017 6:26 am
Member Since: 30 Aug 2014
We just don’t know at this stage, but I’ll be following the saga with interest.
Considering that the exhaust gases haven been analysed at the mot for years, I don’t know why it’s, so far, not been possible to check the proper functioning of the EGR valves and the DPF via a similar test.
Two glorious D4’s, but have defected to the footballer / drug barron camp - with a L405 FFRR
29th Oct 2017 7:25 am
Member Since: 01 Oct 2017
Location: Loch Leven
Most likely a visual, ah yes found it that’s definitely a Diesel engine, now where’s the DPF and EGR thingy, yep found it ! that looks like it there, now you mustn’t remove this when you get home or you’ll get a smack, now I need to connect the Exhast Gas Analyser (with upgraded emissions control software), who did you say designed this? Ah that’s right an ex VW engineer, there you go all passed, here’s your MOT sir
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