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Good morning.

This morning on waking out to my Kuga, I noticed that the DPF is hanging off.
From an at range assessment, it looks like the DPF has split from it's rear pipe and is hanging down.
The long and the short of this being it looks like it needs a new DPF.
I have access to a lift and air tools, so am considering purchasing a new DPF and fitting myself.
I have read elsewhere that it is not merely a case of removing the DPF itself and replacing with the new one? Is this the case?
If it is the case, what else is required? I'm assuming that the DPF sensor can just be moved from one to the other?

Thanks much in advance!
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