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S-Maxed-out

S-MAX 2.2 DPF removal

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Hi New and first time forum users so please excuse the etiquette..:)

My wife bought a Ford Direct car from Ford main dealer in 2012 with only 9,000 miles on it. The car has now done 61,000 miles approx. It is the 2,2 Diesel S-MAX Titanium X model. About 6 months ago we had some codes come up (cant remember what they were now) and was told that the DPF filter was 100% clogged and had the option given to have it replaced or removed for half the cost. Naturally we thought we made the right decision to have it removed and also the ECU re-mapped. Since then we have had clouds of black smoke upon acceleration so had it serviced to see if this would resolve the issue. More recently the car is pulling back when held at steady throttle, when you put your foot down, smoke comes out but seems to resolve the pulling back momentarily. We had some Forte stuff put into the car last week but this hasn't really made much of a difference. My local garage told me the problem is that by removing the DPF, we have caused an imbalance in the pressure and that we need to get a EGR valve delete kit which in essence is a blanking plate. I'm not sure if this model can be blanked off or indeed this is the right way to go.


Would very much appreciate some advice on this issue.

 

Many thanks

Joe

 

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Not true at all, if the remap was done properly there should be no extra smoke or any difference at all really.  Tbh it sounds like a bad remap.

The EGR imbalance is total rubbish!  The EGR may have been mapped out at the same time (usually is) or it may now be faulty coincidentally...but it has nothing to do with gutting the DPF.

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