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DPF Shield Removal
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I was wanting to remove the shield that surrounds the DPF to repair it, a couple of the fixings have sheared off and its rattling badly. (it's the shield that's loose not the DPF)

Problem is it is going to be a bigger job than I thought, looks like I am going to have to remove other stuff to get the shield out, does anyone know what the correct procedure is for removal?
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You have to remove the inlet section that goes over it
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(04-06-2013, 09:03 PM)corkgsxr Wrote:  You have to remove the inlet section that goes over it
Yep, job done, it's a hell of a tight fit and presses quite hard against the radiator (put a bit 2mm hardboard between) but it does come out - cheers
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