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6 comments on “Contact Us
  1. Hi, I have BMW X3 06 reg ( 2006 ). I’m having problem with dpf filter, I love my X3 car,but don’t what i need to do to solve this problem. I have warranty which expires soon, it was four time in garage to be fix and still same problem.I do sort drives. Can i remove the filter from my car?

    • Chris says:

      No removing the filter from your car is illegal. If it is the DPF getting blocked that is the problem, then i would recommend looking into some additives to help reduce the temperature for the regeneration.

    • Stephen says:

      Hi I can have your DPF and EGR cleared with out removal in around an hour no chemicals involved, where are you based ?.

  2. Chris says:

    The catalytic converter fault light came on in my VW Polo soon after taking the car in for the NO2 emissions recall just before Christmas. I took it into my local VW dealer and they said that there was a fault with the EGR valve, but ‘luckily’ it was covered by the guarantee. I was slightly surprised, given that the car was manufactured in 2011, but from reading your article I now understand why! It therefore appears that VAG are now providing the replacement of the valve free of charge – though they don’t know how long it will be before they get the part (clearly in heavy demand at the moment)

  3. Liz Lawton says:

    My Golf TDI went in for the emissions fix and the warning lights came on as I left the garage . I have been back twice to the garage and they insist that it is all a big coincidence and that I need a new EGR valve cost £750. I have just read the articles on your website and I am so happy to see that VAG are refunding people with the same problem. Thankyou as I felt all along that it must have been a problem with the fix. Wish me luck as I go back to the garage for the third time!!!

    • Karl says:

      It’s actually funny how brazen VW are being with the fixes. They must see the warning lights straight after the fix and then claim that its not related. Its disgusting that they would even try it on. Do not accept any bills for the fix.

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