The Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) is part of the exhaust stream of diesel engines designed to get rid of soot. Unfortunately, the DPF can sometimes fail, causing the filter to not perform and serve its purpose of reducing emission. For this reason, regular maintenance of your vehicle’s DPF is necessary. Especially in Utah where we have strict emission laws to cut back on pollution. Fortunately, Turn Key Truck & Auto has master technicians who can perform in-shop or remote DPF services. We know what it takes to keep your DPF working its best. We stay up to date with Utah’s state laws and regulations so your vehicle can pass an emissions test. Maintaining and servicing diesel particulate filters is beneficial for many reasons.
Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaning
As Utah’s emission regulations change throughout the years, your vehicle’s DPF must be working properly in order to pass. To avoid soot build-up and reduce emissions, you should have your DPF checked out at least once every six months. There are some cases in which the DPF would need to be checked out prior to the recommended six months.
Here are some signs to look out for:
- A reduction in fuel economy
- DPF warning symbol on dashboard
- Automatic stop-start system has failed
Benefits of cleaning, maintaining & servicing diesel particulate filters
When you maintain and clean your DPF throughout the year, your vehicle will reap many benefits. Not only will it be easier for you to pass your emissions test, but you’ll notice other things including an increase in fuel economy, better vehicle performance, lower maintenance costs, and a decrease in downtime. When you take care of the DPF, you will be extending its usage and saving yourself from unnecessary breakdowns and costly repairs.
Convenient DPF Services
Whether you stop into our shop for a DPF service or need mobile/remote service, Turn Key Truck and Auto in Murray, UT is here for you. We offer DPF services wherever it’s most convenient for you. We have the tools in shop and others that we can take with us to remotely service your vehicle. If you drive a diesel engine vehicle and are always making short trips, your engine may not be getting the heat it needs to burn off any extra soot. This is why you want to contact professionals who can help you maintain and clean the DPF every six months. If you have any questions, contact us today about servicing your diesel particulate filter.