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[Insignia] [08---] particulate filter is full see owners manual

Discussion in 'Cavalier, Calibra, Vectra, Signum, Sintra & Insignia owners forum' started by c7ola, Jan 17, 2011.

  1. c7ola

    c7ola New Member

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    i have an insignia and the particulate filter light is on i have gotn hands om my friends the tech 3 but is there any one who can guide me the process to take the light off as its so annoying i think a vauxhall technition on the forum maybe able to help
    thanks
     
  2. Fire26662

    Fire26662 There can be only one.

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    You will need to find someone who can force a DPF regeneration, this may work however you should also expect to have to fork out and replace the DPF. I think Tech2 Tech 3 and possibly OPCOM might be able to force the regen.
     
  3. DarmonGeezer

    DarmonGeezer This Site is For Volvos, Right? VxON Club Member

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    Go for a fast and longish drive on the motorway, preferably keeping out of 6th gear.
     

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