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About Gazwould

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  1. Not 100% sure but it's looking like a dpf regeneration issue where a fault / sensor keeps requesting multiple regenerations , extra fuel is used to heat the dpf and the diesel used to do this gets past the piston rings into the crankcase oil . Only one way to sort permanently , goodbye egr and dpf , hello Stage 1 .
  2. Kia Optima ?
  3. What do you think of Ferrari's ?
  4. Same with tyre sizes , default setting is as slim as possible for economics of build cost and emission / mpg figures . Come on 225 45 18 ( odd size tyre ) on an 8J , it's a big car ! 225 can be fitted to a 7J , got some 245 40 on now .
  5. OK you all give up ! Q. for Abzy and his Quantum Tuning remap when they dynoed your i40 did they have all 4 wheels turning or just front ?
  6. Good shout , I've got them around 40psi now , absolutely fine and makes sense , manufactures don't always have the best answer !
  7. Wing 'em over old fruit I'll sort them .
  8. Could be one of three things I guess . 1. Leaking injector seal . 2. Dpf wants to too frequently regenerate due to conditions / a faulty sensor and this diesel used for regeneration gets into the oil . 3. Leaking high pressure fuel pump seal in engine .
  9. This chap got his engine replaced , identical issue , oil analysis , and could be a high pressure fuel pump engine seal . Must find out the root cause Gareth for everyone's benefit . You must feel absolutely savage .
  10. You have a dpf ?
  11. Reject it !
  12. Blue Drive , bhp ?
  13. True , I think there is a 6 year car consumer rule that if something was prone to common fail it was deemed made faulty thus within 6 years if fail should be replaced FOC . Like the time an under 6 year 58k Fiat's timing chain failed despite being a cars lifetime component and neither featured on any of it's pre-paid servicing schedule .