archiej20 said:my engine malfunction light has just come on tonight have i got to be overly concerned? or do i just need a good blow out i.e a good run at speed/
His very first post on here said:kugasian said:archiej20 said:my engine malfunction light has just come on tonight have i got to be overly concerned? or do i just need a good blow out i.e a good run at speed/
If yours is a mk2 Kuga, Archiej20, check the "ALL Limp Home Mode / Engine Service Now info" topics for all the history to potentially your problem and then go and get the airfilter changed and the engine management software [PCM] upgrade and hopefully that'll do it.
Keep us posted.
From:http://www.kugaownersclub.co.uk/forum/dog-guards_topic8417_post77086.html?KW=#77086archiej20 said:hiya everyone ive just bought the kuga titainium x 4x4 2010 ice white 19" alloys and i have a dog and need a guard for the boot. but i don,t really want to pay a fortune but the ones on ebay r 2 big does anyone have any ideas? cheers.
Take it straight back to the dealer.......Georgeca said:hi folks. We have a 2012 Titaniumaniumaniumaniumanium X and just last week where told we required a new dpf from our lical ford dealer . The car has only done 28k. Anyway we had it changed , 24 hours later the engine malfunction light is back on , had AA come out and they tell me the soot contamination is reading at 282% now. Ford dealer told me we were contaminated at 309% prior to new dpf being fitted , Help
That’s useful to know, how long should you need to drive at 2,500rpm to burn the particulates... a few minutes.....half an hour ...more?These Kugas need to exceed 2500 revs to build sufficient temperature to burn diesel particulates in the DPF (filter). In 6th gear at 130 km/hr, the revs are only at 2,200.