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Alfa RomeoP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionWhen fault diagnosing your Alfa Romeo, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. The fault code P2002 is one that requires investigation and therefore we cannot pinpoint the issue on this thread. You could Inspect the differential pressure sensors located on the front and rear of the DPF (bank 1). Look for burnt wires or loose or corroded connectors. Pull the connectors apart and look for bent or corroded pins. Make sure the sensor wires are not resting on the DPF and look for leaks on or around the unit.
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Alfa RomeoP2003- Particulate Trap Efficiency Below ThresholdWhen fault diagnosing your Alfa Romeo, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code P2003 is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. Diesel particulate filter (DPF) unclogged, Exhaust pressure sensor replaced, Replacement of the fuel. If nothing is done to repair the persistent P2003 code, the ECU will put the vehicle into a limp mode. This mode limits the top speed and reduces engine power greatly to protect the engine. The limp mode can be problematic if far from home.
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Alfa RomeoP242F- Diesel Particular Filter RestrictionWhen fault diagnosing your Alfa Romeo, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of the technician, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. In this case when we see a fault code P242F regeneration rarely works and specialist equipment is used by our technicians to get the problem resolved.
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Alfa RomeoP2452- Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor CircuitWhen fault diagnosing your Alfa Romeo, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. The DTC fault code P2452 involves investigative work to determine if the fault is with the sensor or carbon build up. We have seen this fault clear with our specialist clean and at other times it requires us to replace the sensor.
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Alfa RomeoP2453- Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible SignalWhen fault diagnosing your Alfa Romeo, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code P2453 is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you.
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Alfa RomeoP2463- Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot AccumulationWhen fault diagnosing your Alfa Romeo, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code P2463 is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation, all of the codes listed here have the potential to either cause, or to contribute significantly to setting code P2463 if they are not resolved in a timely manner.

P2452 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit”
P2453 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2454 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Low”
P2455 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit High”
P2456 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2458 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Duration”
P2459 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Frequency”
P245E – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit”
P245F – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2460 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Low”
P2461 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit High”
P2462 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2464 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 2
P2465 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too High Bank 2”
P244A – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 1”
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Audi18884 P2452 009298– Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Elect. MalfunctionAudi is our speciality, DPF Assist have over 125 years combined experience in tracking faults to the root cause in the shortest possible time. This fault codes 18884/P2452/009298 can be related to many issues this is why we have invested in the latest technology to get you back up and running as soon as possible. You would need the latest equipment to attempt any repairs.
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Audi18885 P2453 009299– Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible SignalAudi is our speciality, DPF Assist have over 125 years combined experience in tracking faults to the root cause in the shortest possible time. The fault codes 18885/P2453/009299 can be related to many issues this is why we have invested in the latest technology to get you back up and running as soon as possible. DPF Assist recommends Check Fuse(s), Check Wiring and/or Connector(s) from/to Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Tubing from/to Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check/Replace Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Part Number/Version of Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Measuring Values, Check Diesel Particle Filter Ash Volume, Check Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450) Offset Value if you require further help our mobile technicians can come to you to rectify the issue.
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AudiP242F 009263– Diesel Particulate Filter (Bank 1): Restricted/CloggedAudi is our speciality, DPF Assist have over 125 years combined experience in tracking faults to the root cause in the shortest possible time. The fault codes P242F/009263 can be related to many issues this is why we have invested in the latest technology to get you back up and running as soon as possible. Restricted Clogging normally points to Carbon build up and often regeneration fails, we see these problems often from trade and fleet customers whereby the one solution is to physically clean the DPF via our specilist equipment.
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Audi18895 P2463 009315– Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot AccumulationAudi is our speciality, DPF Assist have over 125 years combined experience in tracking faults to the root cause in the shortest possible time. The fault codes 18895/P2463/009315 can be related to many issues this is why we have invested in the latest technology to get you back up and running as soon as possible. Restricted Clogging normally points to Carbon build up and often regeneration fails, we see these problems often from trade and fleet customers whereby the one solution is to physically clean the DPF via our specilist equipment.
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Audi18434 P2002 008194– Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionAudi is our speciality, DPF Assist have over 125 years combined experience in tracking faults to the root cause in the shortest possible time. The fault codes 18434/P2002/008194 can be related to many issues this is why we have invested in the latest technology to get you back up and running as soon as possible. Restricted Clogging normally points to Carbon build up and often regeneration fails, we see these problems often from trade and fleet customers whereby the one solution is to physically clean the DPF via our specilist equipment.
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AudiP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionAudi is our speciality, DPF Assist have over 125 years combined experience in tracking faults to the root cause in the shortest possible time. The fault code P2002 can be related to many issues this is why we have invested in the latest technology to get you back up and running as soon as possible. Restricted Clogging normally points to Carbon build up and often regeneration fails, we see these problems often from trade and fleet customers whereby the one solution is to physically clean the DPF via our specilist equipment. You could Inspect the differential pressure sensors located on the front and rear of the DPF (bank 1). Look for burnt wires or loose or corroded connectors. Pull the connectors apart and look for bent or corroded pins. Make sure the sensor wires are not resting on the DPF and look for leaks on or around the unit.
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AudiP2003- Particulate Trap Efficiency Below ThresholdWith Audi DPF Assist have seen the error P2003 this often refers to an issue in the efficiency of the particulate filter in the exhaust, which is most likely caused by faulty filter or sensor, or exhaust leak. One of our technicans will be able to resolve the issue for you.
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AudiP242F- Diesel Particular Filter RestrictionAudi is our speciality, DPF Assist have over 125 years combined experience in tracking faults to the root cause. Fault code P242F is associated with soot accumulation is the main cause for this error and is set on all diesel applications when the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) detects an excessive accumulation of solid particulate matter (diesel soot) in the diesel particulate filter. Our specialist equipment can very quickly deal with this problem and save you a great deal of money and time by coming to your location.
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AudiP2452Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor CircuitWhen fault diagnosing your Audi, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code P2452 is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. This error can occur due to high and low voltage readings and the causation needs to be determined
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AudiP2453- Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible SignalIn our experiance with Audi fault code P2452 we have found that you must Check Fuse(s), Check Wiring and/or Connector(s) from/to Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450)
Check Tubing from/to Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check/Replace Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450)
Check Part Number/Version of Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Measuring Values, Check Diesel Particle Filter Ash Volume
Check Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450) Offset Value. If you need further help one of our Audi specilists will be more than happy to assist you at your location or at one of our sites.
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AudiP2463- Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot AccumulationAudi fault code P2002 is often resolved by the use of DPF Assist specilist equipment and trained technicians
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BMWP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionDPF Assist technical Director is a BMW fanatic and has seen this common code appear on many BMW models, in his vast experience the bulk of all call outs regarding the P2002 on BMW models is resolved by using specialist equipment on the DPF however its not only limited to carbon build up it could also be an issue in the efficiency of the particulate filter in the exhaust, which is most likely caused by faulty filter or sensor, or exhaust leak. You could Inspect the differential pressure sensors located on the front and rear of the DPF (bank 1). Look for burnt wires or loose or corroded connectors. Pull the connectors apart and look for bent or corroded pins. Make sure the sensor wires are not resting on the DPF and look for leaks on or around the unit.
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BMWP2003- Particulate Trap Efficiency Below ThresholdDPF Assist technical Director is a BMW fanatic and has seen this common code appear on many BMW models, the error P2003 this often refers to an issue in the efficiency of the particulate filter in the exhaust, which is most likely caused by faulty filter or sensor, or exhaust leak. One of our technicans will be able to resolve the issue for you.
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BMWP242F- Diesel Particular Filter RestrictionDPF Assist technical Director is a BMW fanatic and has seen this common code P242F appear on many BMW models his advise is that using additives over the counter do not work and regeneration also does not rectify the issue. Our trained technicians can pin point the cause of this issue and offer you a viable solution that will not only get you back up in no time, but will save you an expensive bill.
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BMWP2452- Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor CircuitDPF Assist technical Director is a BMW fanatic, the code P2452 requires specilist diagnostic equipment to help trace the problem, there is no clear guidence on this as it could be a number of factors that give way to this error on the BMW range.
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BMWP2453- Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible SignalDPF Assist technical Director is a BMW fanatic, the code P2453 requires specilist diagnostic equipment to help trace the problem, there is no clear guidence on this as it could be a number of factors that give way to this error on the BMW range. DPF Assist recommends Check Fuse(s), Check Wiring and/or Connector(s) from/to Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Tubing from/to Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check/Replace Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Part Number/Version of Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Measuring Values, Check Diesel Particle Filter Ash Volume, Check Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450) Offset Value if you require further help our mobile technicians can come to you to rectify the issue.
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BMWP2463- Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot AccumulationDPF Assist technical Director is a BMW fanatic, and his recommendation for fault code P2463 is to have the DPF professionally cleaned, remember DPF Assist come to you at your location. Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation, all of the codes listed here have the potential to either cause, or to contribute significantly to setting code P2463 if they are not resolved in a timely manner.

P2452 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit”
P2453 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2454 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Low”
P2455 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit High”
P2456 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2458 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Duration”
P2459 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Frequency”
P245E – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit”
P245F – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2460 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Low”
P2461 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit High”
P2462 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2464 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 2
P2465 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too High Bank 2”
P244A – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 1”
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ChryslerP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionWhen you encounter a malfunction error P2002 - with Chrysler it is always best to have a through investigation to precisely identify the problem. DPF Assist have the expertise and equipment to have you back up and running as quickly as possible. You could Inspect the differential pressure sensors located on the front and rear of the DPF (bank 1). Look for burnt wires or loose or corroded connectors. Pull the connectors apart and look for bent or corroded pins. Make sure the sensor wires are not resting on the DPF and look for leaks on or around the unit.
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ChryslerP2003- Particulate Trap Efficiency Below ThresholdDPF Assist 's experience is that a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue.
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ChryslerP242F- Diesel Particular Filter RestrictionIn our experience a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue.
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ChryslerP2452- Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor CircuitWhen dealing with a fault code P2452 with Chrysler DPF Assist recommends a diagnostic investigation to pin point the problem. We have all the equipment you need to get back up and running and remember we come to you.
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ChryslerP2453- Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible SignalWhen dealing with a fault code P2453 with Chrysler DPF Assist recommends a diagnostic investigation to pin point the problem. We have all the equipment you need to get back up and running and remember we come to you. DPF Assist recommends Check Fuse(s), Check Wiring and/or Connector(s) from/to Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Tubing from/to Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check/Replace Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Part Number/Version of Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Measuring Values, Check Diesel Particle Filter Ash Volume, Check Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450) Offset Value if you require further help our mobile technicians can come to you to rectify the issue.
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ChryslerP2463- Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot AccumulationWhen dealing with a fault code P2463 with Chrysler DPF Assist recommends a through DPF clean with our specialist equipment and remember we come to you! Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation, all of the codes listed here have the potential to either cause, or to contribute significantly to setting code P2463 if they are not resolved in a timely manner.

P2452 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit”
P2453 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2454 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Low”
P2455 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit High”
P2456 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2458 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Duration”
P2459 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Frequency”
P245E – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit”
P245F – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2460 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Low”
P2461 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit High”
P2462 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2464 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 2
P2465 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too High Bank 2”
P244A – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 1”
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CitroenP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionWhen you encounter a malfunction error P2002 - with Citroen it is always best to have a through investigation to precisely identify the problem. DPF Assist have the expertise and equipment to have you back up and running as quickly as possible. You could Inspect the differential pressure sensors located on the front and rear of the DPF (bank 1). Look for burnt wires or loose or corroded connectors. Pull the connectors apart and look for bent or corroded pins. Make sure the sensor wires are not resting on the DPF and look for leaks on or around the unit.
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CitroenP2003- Particulate Trap Efficiency Below ThresholdDPF Assist 's experience is that a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue.
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CitroenP242F- Diesel Particular Filter RestrictionIn our experience a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue.
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CitroenP2452- Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor CircuitWhen dealing with a fault code P2452 with Citroen DPF Assist recommends a diagnostic investigation to pin point the problem. We have all the equipment you need to get back up and running and remember we come to you.
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CitroenP2453- Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible SignalWhen dealing with a fault code P2453 with Citroen DPF Assist recommends a diagnostic investigation to pin point the problem. We have all the equipment you need to get back up and running and remember we come to you. DPF Assist recommends Check Fuse(s), Check Wiring and/or Connector(s) from/to Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Tubing from/to Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check/Replace Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Part Number/Version of Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Measuring Values, Check Diesel Particle Filter Ash Volume, Check Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450) Offset Value.
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CitroenP2463- Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot AccumulationWhen dealing with a fault code P2463 with Citroen DPF Assist recommends a through DPF clean with our specialist equipment and remember we come to you!Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation, all of the codes listed here have the potential to either cause, or to contribute significantly to setting code P2463 if they are not resolved in a timely manner.

P2452 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit”
P2453 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2454 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Low”
P2455 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit High”
P2456 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2458 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Duration”
P2459 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Frequency”
P245E – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit”
P245F – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2460 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Low”
P2461 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit High”
P2462 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2464 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 2
P2465 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too High Bank 2”
P244A – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 1”
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FiatP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionWhen you encounter a malfunction error P2002 - with Fiat it is always best to have a through investigation to precisely identify the problem. DPF Assist have the expertise and equipment to have you back up and running as quickly as possible. You could Inspect the differential pressure sensors located on the front and rear of the DPF (bank 1). Look for burnt wires or loose or corroded connectors. Pull the connectors apart and look for bent or corroded pins. Make sure the sensor wires are not resting on the DPF and look for leaks on or around the unit.
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FiatP2003- Particulate Trap Efficiency Below ThresholdDPF Assist 's experience is that a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue.
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FiatP242F- Diesel Particular Filter RestrictionIn our experience a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue.
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FiatP2452- Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor CircuitWhen dealing with a fault code P2452 with Fiat DPF Assist recommends a diagnostic investigation to pin point the problem. We have all the equipment you need to get back up and running and remember we come to you.
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FiatP2453- Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible SignalWhen dealing with a fault code P2453 with Fiat DPF Assist recommends a diagnostic investigation to pin point the problem. We have all the equipment you need to get back up and running and remember we come to you. DPF Assist recommends Check Fuse(s), Check Wiring and/or Connector(s) from/to Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Tubing from/to Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check/Replace Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Part Number/Version of Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Measuring Values, Check Diesel Particle Filter Ash Volume, Check Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450) Offset Value if you require further help our mobile technicians can come to you to rectify the issue.
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FiatP2463- Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot AccumulationWhen dealing with a fault code P2463 with Fiat DPF Assist recommends a through DPF clean with our specialist equipment and remember we come to you! Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation, all of the codes listed here have the potential to either cause, or to contribute significantly to setting code P2463 if they are not resolved in a timely manner.

P2452 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit”
P2453 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2454 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Low”
P2455 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit High”
P2456 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2458 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Duration”
P2459 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Frequency”
P245E – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit”
P245F – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2460 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Low”
P2461 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit High”
P2462 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2464 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 2
P2465 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too High Bank 2”
P244A – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 1”
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FordP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionWhen you encounter a malfunction error P2002 - with Ford it is always best to have a through investigation to precisely identify the problem. DPF Assist have the expertise and equipment to have you back up and running as quickly as possible. You could Inspect the differential pressure sensors located on the front and rear of the DPF (bank 1). Look for burnt wires or loose or corroded connectors. Pull the connectors apart and look for bent or corroded pins. Make sure the sensor wires are not resting on the DPF and look for leaks on or around the unit.
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FordP2003- Particulate Trap Efficiency Below ThresholdDPF Assist 's experience is that a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue.
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FordP242F- Diesel Particular Filter RestrictionDPF Assist 's experience is that a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue.
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FordP2452- Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor CircuitWhen you encounter a malfunction error P2452 - with Ford it is always best to have a through investigation to precisely identify the problem. DPF Assist have the expertise and equipment to have you back up and running as quickly as possible.
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FordP2453- Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible SignalDPF Assist recommends Check Fuse(s), Check Wiring and/or Connector(s) from/to Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Tubing from/to Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check/Replace Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Part Number/Version of Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450), Check Measuring Values, Check Diesel Particle Filter Ash Volume, Check Exhaust Pressure Sensor 1 (G450) Offset Value if you require further help our mobile technicians can come to you to rectify the issue.
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FordP2463- Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot AccumulationIn our experience dealing with Ford a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue. Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation, all of the codes listed here have the potential to either cause, or to contribute significantly to setting code P2463 if they are not resolved in a timely manner.

P2452 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit”
P2453 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2454 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Low”
P2455 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit High”
P2456 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2458 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Duration”
P2459 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Frequency”
P245E – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit”
P245F – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2460 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Low”
P2461 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit High”
P2462 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2464 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 2
P2465 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too High Bank 2”
P244A – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 1”
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Ford Focus 1.6 TDCIP2452- Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit
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HondaP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionWhen fault diagnosing your Honda, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. The fault code P2002 is one that requires investigation and therefore we cannot pinpoint the issue on this thread. You could Inspect the differential pressure sensors located on the front and rear of the DPF (bank 1). Look for burnt wires or loose or corroded connectors. Pull the connectors apart and look for bent or corroded pins. Make sure the sensor wires are not resting on the DPF and look for leaks on or around the unit.
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HondaP2003- Particulate Trap Efficiency Below ThresholdWhen fault diagnosing your Honda, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code P2003 is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. Diesel particulate filter (DPF) unclogged, Exhaust pressure sensor replaced, Replacement of the fuel. If nothing is done to repair the persistent P2003 code, the ECU will put the vehicle into a limp mode. This mode limits the top speed and reduces engine power greatly to protect the engine. The limp mode can be problematic if far from home.
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HondaP242F- Diesel Particular Filter RestrictionWhen fault diagnosing your Honda, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of the technician, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. In this case when we see a fault code P242F regeneration rarely works and specialist equipment is used by our technicians to get the problem resolved.
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HondaP2452- Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor CircuitWhen fault diagnosing your Honda, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. The DTC fault code P2452 involves investigative work to determine if the fault is with the sensor or carbon build up. We have seen this fault clear with our specialist clean and at other times it requires us to replace the sensor.
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HondaP2453- Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal
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HondaP2463- Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot AccumulationIn our experience a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue.Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation, all of the codes listed here have the potential to either cause, or to contribute significantly to setting code P2463 if they are not resolved in a timely manner.

P2452 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit”
P2453 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2454 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Low”
P2455 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit High”
P2456 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2458 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Duration”
P2459 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Frequency”
P245E – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit”
P245F – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2460 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Low”
P2461 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit High”
P2462 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2464 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 2
P2465 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too High Bank 2”
P244A – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 1”
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Honda Accord 2.2 DTECP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionDPF Assist has come across the P2002 error when in conjunction with the DTEC engine the problem, can be related to the wrong oil grade is used. This will require a through clean with our specialist equipment enabling us to get to the root cause as quickly as possible
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HyundaiP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionWhen fault diagnosing your Hyundai, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. The fault code P2002 is one that requires investigation and therefore we cannot pinpoint the issue on this thread. You could Inspect the differential pressure sensors located on the front and rear of the DPF (bank 1). Look for burnt wires or loose or corroded connectors. Pull the connectors apart and look for bent or corroded pins. Make sure the sensor wires are not resting on the DPF and look for leaks on or around the unit.
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HyundaiP2003- Particulate Trap Efficiency Below ThresholdWhen fault diagnosing your Hyundai, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code P2003 is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. Diesel particulate filter (DPF) unclogged, Exhaust pressure sensor replaced, Replacement of the fuel. If nothing is done to repair the persistent P2003 code, the ECU will put the vehicle into a limp mode. This mode limits the top speed and reduces engine power greatly to protect the engine. The limp mode can be problematic if far from home.
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HyundaiP242F- Diesel Particular Filter RestrictionWhen fault diagnosing your Hyundai, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of the technician, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. In this case when we see a fault code P242F regeneration rarely works and specialist equipment is used by our technicians to get the problem resolved.
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HyundaiP2452- Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor CircuitWhen fault diagnosing your Hyundai, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. The DTC fault code P2452 involves investigative work to determine if the fault is with the sensor or carbon build up. We have seen this fault clear with our specialist clean and at other times it requires us to replace the sensor.
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HyundaiP2453- Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible SignalWhen fault diagnosing your Hyundai, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code P2453 is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you.
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HyundaiP2463- Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot AccumulationIn our experience a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue.Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation, all of the codes listed here have the potential to either cause, or to contribute significantly to setting code P2463 if they are not resolved in a timely manner.

P2452 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit”
P2453 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2454 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Low”
P2455 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit High”
P2456 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2458 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Duration”
P2459 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Frequency”
P245E – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit”
P245F – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2460 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Low”
P2461 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit High”
P2462 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2464 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 2
P2465 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too High Bank 2”
P244A – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 1”
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IvecoP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionWhen fault diagnosing your Iveco, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. The fault code P2002 is one that requires investigation and therefore we cannot pinpoint the issue on this thread. You could Inspect the differential pressure sensors located on the front and rear of the DPF (bank 1). Look for burnt wires or loose or corroded connectors. Pull the connectors apart and look for bent or corroded pins. Make sure the sensor wires are not resting on the DPF and look for leaks on or around the unit.
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IvecoP2003- Particulate Trap Efficiency Below ThresholdWhen fault diagnosing your Iveco, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code P2003 is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. Diesel particulate filter (DPF) unclogged, Exhaust pressure sensor replaced, Replacement of the fuel. If nothing is done to repair the persistent P2003 code, the ECU will put the vehicle into a limp mode. This mode limits the top speed and reduces engine power greatly to protect the engine. The limp mode can be problematic if far from home.
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IvecoP242F- Diesel Particular Filter RestrictionWhen fault diagnosing your Iveco, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of the technician, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. In this case when we see a fault code P242F regeneration rarely works and specialist equipment is used by our technicians to get the problem resolved.
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IvecoP2452- Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor CircuitWhen fault diagnosing your Iveco, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. The DTC fault code P2452 involves investigative work to determine if the fault is with the sensor or carbon build up. We have seen this fault clear with our specialist clean and at other times it requires us to replace the sensor.
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IvecoP2453- Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible SignalWhen fault diagnosing your Iveco, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code P2453 is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you.
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IvecoP2463- Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot AccumulationIn our experience a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue.Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation, all of the codes listed here have the potential to either cause, or to contribute significantly to setting code P2463 if they are not resolved in a timely manner.

P2452 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit”
P2453 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2454 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Low”
P2455 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit High”
P2456 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2458 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Duration”
P2459 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Frequency”
P245E – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit”
P245F – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2460 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Low”
P2461 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit High”
P2462 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2464 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 2
P2465 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too High Bank 2”
P244A – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 1”
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JaguarP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionWhen fault diagnosing your Jaguar, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. The fault code P2002 is one that requires investigation and therefore we cannot pinpoint the issue on this thread. You could Inspect the differential pressure sensors located on the front and rear of the DPF (bank 1). Look for burnt wires or loose or corroded connectors. Pull the connectors apart and look for bent or corroded pins. Make sure the sensor wires are not resting on the DPF and look for leaks on or around the unit.
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JaguarP2003- Particulate Trap Efficiency Below ThresholdWhen fault diagnosing your Jaguar, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code P2003 is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. Diesel particulate filter (DPF) unclogged, Exhaust pressure sensor replaced, Replacement of the fuel. If nothing is done to repair the persistent P2003 code, the ECU will put the vehicle into a limp mode. This mode limits the top speed and reduces engine power greatly to protect the engine. The limp mode can be problematic if far from home.
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JaguarP242F- Diesel Particular Filter RestrictionWhen fault diagnosing your Jaguar, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of the technician, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. In this case when we see a fault code P242F regeneration rarely works and specialist equipment is used by our technicians to get the problem resolved.
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JaguarP2452- Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor CircuitWhen fault diagnosing your Jaguar, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. The DTC fault code P2452 involves investigative work to determine if the fault is with the sensor or carbon build up. We have seen this fault clear with our specialist clean and at other times it requires us to replace the sensor.
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JaguarP2453- Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible SignalWhen fault diagnosing your Jaguar, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code P2453 is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you.
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JaguarP2463- Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot AccumulationIn our experience a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue.Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation, all of the codes listed here have the potential to either cause, or to contribute significantly to setting code P2463 if they are not resolved in a timely manner.

P2452 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit”
P2453 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2454 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Low”
P2455 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit High”
P2456 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2458 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Duration”
P2459 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Frequency”
P245E – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit”
P245F – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2460 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Low”
P2461 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit High”
P2462 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2464 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 2
P2465 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too High Bank 2”
P244A – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 1”
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KiaP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: Malfunction
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KiaP2003- Particulate Trap Efficiency Below Threshold
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KiaP242F- Diesel Particular Filter Restriction
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KiaP2452- Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor Circuit
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KiaP2453- Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible Signal
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KiaP2463- Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot AccumulationIn our experience a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue.Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation, all of the codes listed here have the potential to either cause, or to contribute significantly to setting code P2463 if they are not resolved in a timely manner.

P2452 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit”
P2453 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2454 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Low”
P2455 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit High”
P2456 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2458 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Duration”
P2459 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Frequency”
P245E – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit”
P245F – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2460 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Low”
P2461 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit High”
P2462 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2464 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 2
P2465 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too High Bank 2”
P244A – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 1”
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LanciaP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionWhen fault diagnosing your Lancia, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. The fault code P2002 is one that requires investigation and therefore we cannot pinpoint the issue on this thread. You could Inspect the differential pressure sensors located on the front and rear of the DPF (bank 1). Look for burnt wires or loose or corroded connectors. Pull the connectors apart and look for bent or corroded pins. Make sure the sensor wires are not resting on the DPF and look for leaks on or around the unit.
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LanciaP2003- Particulate Trap Efficiency Below ThresholdWhen fault diagnosing your Lancia, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code P2003 is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. Diesel particulate filter (DPF) unclogged, Exhaust pressure sensor replaced, Replacement of the fuel. If nothing is done to repair the persistent P2003 code, the ECU will put the vehicle into a limp mode. This mode limits the top speed and reduces engine power greatly to protect the engine. The limp mode can be problematic if far from home.
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LanciaP242F- Diesel Particular Filter RestrictionWhen fault diagnosing your Lancia, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of the technician, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. In this case when we see a fault code P242F regeneration rarely works and specialist equipment is used by our technicians to get the problem resolved.
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LanciaP2452- Particulate Matter Trap Differential Pressure Sensor CircuitWhen fault diagnosing your Lancia, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. The DTC fault code P2452 involves investigative work to determine if the fault is with the sensor or carbon build up. We have seen this fault clear with our specialist clean and at other times it requires us to replace the sensor.
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LanciaP2453- Diesel Particle Filter Differential Pressure Sensor: Implausible SignalWhen fault diagnosing your Lancia, DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code P2453 is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you.
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LanciaP2463- Diesel Particle Filter: Excessive Soot AccumulationIn our experience a through clean of the DPF unit normally is suffice to resolve the problem, but of course you will require a diagnostic check to pin point the issue.Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation Note that while the following codes are not always strictly related to P2463 – Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction – Soot Accumulation, all of the codes listed here have the potential to either cause, or to contribute significantly to setting code P2463 if they are not resolved in a timely manner.

P2452 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit”
P2453 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2454 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Low”
P2455 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit High”
P2456 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “A” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2458 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Duration”
P2459 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Frequency”
P245E – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit”
P245F – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Range/Performance”
P2460 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Low”
P2461 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit High”
P2462 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor “B” Circuit Intermittent/Erratic”
P2464 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 2
P2465 – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too High Bank 2”
P244A – Relates to “Diesel Particulate Filter Differential Pressure Too Low Bank 1”
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Land RoverP2002- Particle Filter Bank 1: MalfunctionWhen fault diagnosing your Land Rover , DPF Assist technicians are second to none. Reading the fault code is one thing but accurately diagnosing the fault is largely dependent on the skill of our technicians, followed by selecting the most cost effective solution for you. The fault code P2002 is one that requires investigation and therefore we cannot pinpoint the issue on this thread. You could Inspect the differential pressure sensors located on the front and rear of the DPF (bank 1). Look for burnt wires or loose or corroded connectors. Pull the connectors apart and look for bent or corroded pins. Make sure the sensor wires are not resting on the DPF and look for leaks on or around the unit.
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