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 Posted: Tue Jul 24th, 2018 04:49 pm
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supertom
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I total agree they do think its Christmas but I will do as you said cheak it out in a week or so but I have sent email to dvsa about emissions but no reply yet I dread an old diesel coming in now but if it does I will get the owner to stop there and show hime the problem thanks for the reply happy testing .

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 Posted: Tue Jul 24th, 2018 07:22 am
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having the same probs,all the way up to about 10/11 plate.tested a tranny Saturday,2001,plated for 0.7,not a hope in hell.most of these motors never read that low when they were new,just that it never got checked.boils down to the gvmnt want non dpf motors off the road without having to pay compensation.whats the best way to achieve that?yup,get us suckers to take the flak for it.as ive mentioned in other posts the crooks/bent testers think its f***ing Christmas,pretty sure ive already bought a few carribean holidays for some of the local ones.next time you get a bad one heres an experiment for you,take the reg and check it a week or two later,itll have passed and you now have the name and address of one of your local dodgys on the ticket.

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 Posted: Mon Jul 23rd, 2018 03:46 pm
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hi all just to ask if you are all having problems with emissions diesel I having problems with plate value on a lot of cars before 08 and some 08 onwards have to service some and use emissions diesel reducer in fuel and filter so how are all getting on with them and any tips to help us.

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