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Old 17-12-2013, 14:51   #31
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This year's worry - the DPF

If you've had it done "properly" (removing the internals only, leaving the casing, and having the software adjusted) then you might be alright. I would assume that the DPF warning light still needs to come on during initialisation of the panel, and then go out, any other behaviour would indicate a fault.

If you've had the DPF physically removed, then you're probably screwed (dodgy tester aside)...
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