Originally Posted by TMP
Yeap, the VW DPF's rely on temps being raised by normal driving - they are passive. They dont initiate a 'regen' as ours do and raise the temperture via the ecu.
I mate had a leon and he often had to take it for a 20 min mway drive to clear the DPF warning light. Burning that much fuel kinda defeats the point of owning a diesel.
quite a good article here and sounds like a common problem (not for BM owners luckily) http://www.aa-academy.com/Training/L...er%20(DPF).asp
Didn't know that! Good bit of info.