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Good evening all, another new member here and very unusually I am going to check the forum to see if a fix for my (probably very common) fault has already been posted, I have had a quick look and do like the look of this obviously very friendly forum, so hello everyone.
 

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Good evening all, another new member here and very unusually I am going to check the forum to see if a fix for my (probably very common) fault has already been posted, I have had a quick look and do like the look of this obviously very friendly forum, so hello everyone.
A very warm welcome, the more the merrier.
 

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Thank you for the warm welcome, it looks like I have found an answer to my question, its the usual P2463, P246B and P24A4 codes, I have already changed the Pressure sensor which cured the P2452 and P2456 codes but the other 3 persist so its a good blast up the A38 (no motorways down here) at 2500 rpm and if that doesnt cure it the car will get a new vaporiser.

So only been on here a couple of hours and its looks like I probably have my first cure, thanks again.
 

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If your going to change the Vaporizer, it may be advisable to have the DPF flushed thru professionally as it could be blocked with ash from the old soot that's now left as a deposit in there.
 

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If your going to change the Vaporizer, it may be advisable to have the DPF flushed thru professionally as it could be blocked with ash from the old soot that's now left as a deposit in there.
Thank you, we are going to use a proprietary cleaner on it when we change the vaporiser, it is showing that it isnt blocked but as you say its worth a clean.
 
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