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You would be best using FORScan. DPF pressure sensors are quite a common failure on your model. Try not buying a 拢15 eBay one lol.
 
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I will scan with forscan tomorrow but to be honest am not that good at using it 馃ぃ
 

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It's like many things, the more you try the better you will get. There are some tutorials on the forscan website.
 
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It's like many things, the more you try the better you will get.
Have a word wiv my missus Smarty..........................she just calls me a bloody pest. 馃憖 ;):p
 
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Is the car in limp mode.
 

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I would clear the codes and see what comes back.

I am against doing a forced regeneration as you need to find the root of the cause of a dpf issue.
 

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I would clear the codes and see what comes back.

I am against doing a forced regeneration as you need to find the root of the cause of a dpf issue.
I was only thinking of doing one as the soot is at 70 %
 

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I would try a DPF pressure sensor first AND it's supply pipe(s).

Don't buy cheap chinese sh1t, buy a decent Ford sensor.

Mk1's seem to be pretty problematic with DPF system.

Don't rely on a forum to fix your car, a decent independent garage is your best bet if you can't manged it yourself..
 

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Thanks I will buy a genuine one they seem easy to fit and forscan can tell car to learn new values it that doesn't work I'll pop it to a garage. Thanks for the help.
 

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Delphi should be ok. I assume it's a genuine Delphi. You can't be too careful these days. Give roadrunner, Andrew page or ECP a call. I won't buy new car parts from eBay unless it's someone like RatesFord.
 
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