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Do you own your Eos or lease it?

  • Own including using a loan from a financial institution.

    Votes: 33 82.5%
  • Lease or car provided by employer

    Votes: 7 17.5%
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Never needed to try any of these firms, search the internet. But if there's an engine management fault, it's too far blocked or you drive in limp it will block again. I came across another firm that do it off the car which seemed the best way because they do full pressure drop tests, but I can't find the link. You cannot just change a dpf DIY like an exhaust. The car computer has to be reprogrammed using diagnostics tools.

DPFs are expensive and you can't drive the car legally in U.K without one.

 

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[QUOTE="Jeremy English, post: 240767, member: 82859"
I've done 15,000 miles in it, (restricted by Covid)
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You bought it just as Covid started and yet you've done 15k in a year? Explain please!
 

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His EOS was in his Covid 'bubble' used for essential work delivering parcels and vaccines :)
 
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