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TDI (Diesel) Emissions This is a discussion about emissions from TDI's. Pro's cons of Diesels (including biodiesel) effects on the environment and how they compare to Gasoline and other fuel sources for Internal combustion engines.

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Old January 8th, 2019, 07:07   #601
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Originally Posted by fairbanks View Post
My car is a 2005 Passat, 2.0 TDI
I have become very intimate with her, I have stripped her down several times, and when I'm done she still responds the same way, Emissions workshop!
I have replaced the fuel\vacuum pump
Turbo, the mass air flap,the inter cooler hose from turbo, the silver domed vacuum reservoir, all vacuum lines, the cylinder head, I have cleaner the air sensor just before the engine, and changed the oil, and even gave her a kiss.
How do I clear this Emissions workshop?
The head was the problem, two valve failures, with the new head it starts up right away, not even one turn, I have the OBDeleven, that can clear codes but how can I clear the Emissions Workshop?
You've probably not received any help in this thread since it doesn't apply to your car/engine. This thread only relates to the specific emissions issues of the 2009 common rail diesels and newer.
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Old May 12th, 2019, 14:37   #602
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So I still have my 2012 tdi Passat, while I was driving back to school, it caught on fire, had the car towed to a VW dealership and this is what they found. They found a hole underneath the DPF, they are sending two engineers, one from Chattanooga and another one from Germany to determine the cause of this melt down and liability. From what they can tell so far, so much soots were in there and it got so hot, it melted a hole. Not sure how to load pictures on this yet, but will keep you all updated.

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Old May 29th, 2019, 09:42   #603
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Whats with all of the oil on the bottom of the motor?
I assume thats what was on fire from the exhaust/catalyst.
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Old May 29th, 2019, 12:17   #604
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Honestly, I have no idea, now they are saying there is no sign of fire damage. Literally trying to evade responsibilities. Will have to try them again . Will keep you guys posted. This has been a nightmare.
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Old October 8th, 2019, 21:23   #605
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Old October 15th, 2019, 14:37   #606
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Originally Posted by Bio View Post
Honestly, I have no idea, now they are saying there is no sign of fire damage. Literally trying to evade responsibilities. Will have to try them again . Will keep you guys posted. This has been a nightmare.
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Old January 4th, 2020, 07:35   #607
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A good solution to clean DPF https://mr-c.site
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