What is the difference between a DPF Delete & DPF Remove?
DPF Remove is the part where the actual diesel particle filter is removed from the exhaust system.
DPF Delete is the part where the DPF function is deleted on the software of the vehicle’s engine control unit or ECU. So, in other words, the software is modified to exclude the monitoring of the DPF function.
One can not be done without the other one. If you only get the diesel particle filter removed from the exhaust system, the car will still be in limp mode, warning lights will still be on, regeneration will still be attempted.
If you only get the DPF delete done (the software side of things) and the diesel particle filter remains in the exhaust system, will cause severe damage to the engine.
This complete process, removing the DPF and deleting the DPF usually takes at least a day depending on vehicle make and model. Companies advertising somewhere in the line of “Get your DPF fixed in minutes” is probably doing it incorrectly or just doing the software side of things and not the physical removal of the DPF.
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