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Fuel Vaporizer Replacement

The Fuel Vaporizer is designed to improve the regeneration process and further reduce harmful emissions. When the fuel vaporizer fails, DPF regeneration cannot occur. This will cause the engine management light or engine service message to appear. Fault codes will usually point to a DPF issue.

The vehicle may enter limp home or limited acceleration until the fault is rectified and will cause DPF to block.

Fuel Vaporizer Replacement

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What is a fuel vaporizer?

The Fuel Vaporizer is a relatively new component designed to improve the DPF regeneration process and further reduce harmful emissions. … Traditionally, post injection of unburned diesel fuel into the combustion chamber provides the catalyst and raises temperatures to burn off soot particles.

How do i know if my vaporiser failed?

If your fuel vaporizer fails, then your dpf can not perform a regeneration which means the dpf will get blocked, a full test of the vaporiser need to be checked.

How does a fuel vaporizer fail?

These components fail, due to the glow plug failing, or they become blocked with carbon deposits which stops fuel passing not allowing the fuel to be vaporised.

Does my car or van have a fuel vaporizer?

Many makes and models have vaporisers, a garage can identify if your models has one fitted.

Are fuel vaporizers expensive?

Unfortunately these parts are not the cheapest to buy prices do vary.

Can I fit the fuel vaporizer myself?

On some makes and models they are accessible on others they can be in a very tricky place and not the easiest to change. Once changed there are some steps to carryout before finished. If this procedure is not done correctly can be very costly to the dpf itself and other components.

Prevention is better than cure

Klen’s DPF Cleaner & Regeneration Aid is a preventative treatment designed for drivers making a lot of short, low-speed trips, when the engine is not getting hot enough to burn off excess soot. This award winning product works by lowering the point at which the soot burns off.

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