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  • NS Pajero Overfuelling

    Can anyone help??!! We have a massive issue, we are due to head off towing a caravan in a fortnight and ever since we had a 3 inch exhaust fitted there has been problem after problem, first the exhaust was fitted (dpr removed) and she blew heaps of black smoke, took it back, dpf was reinstalled and still there was black smoke, had a dpf emulator chip fitted then issues with the dpf and engine light, then took the vehicle to a diesel mechanic who found carbon buildup in the intake manifold and 4 dodgy injectors. After all this the vehicle is stillover fuelling. the current set up is there is a 3 inch exhaust running from the turbo back, the exhaust guy took the guts out of the dpf so its there but is no longer a dpf, there is a dpf delete/emulator chip fitted - any suggestions on how to fix this would be great!! thanks in advance... Brian
    2008 NS Pajero - 25th Anniversary

  • #2
    What exhaust was fitted and did he modify or change the stock CAT?
    .Previously an NP GLX 3.8 auto RIP
    NS VRX DiD auto. RIP.

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    • #3
      Yep sounds like the cat has been removed or modified
      NS Pajero Exceed. With stuff

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      • #4
        Get the exhaust company to take you back to standard (excluding the hollowed out DPF) of course unless you got $4000 sitting around. make sure all the temp sensors on the cat and DPF are working then try it in sections. But leave the standard cat in there. It's all to do with the regen on the DPF.
        2007 NS VRX Cool Siver, Mitsu Alloy BB with spotties, MM towbar, Family Pack, ARB Awning, Duel battery with Optima yellow top starter, Bushskinz intercooler and sump combo, 2" lift with Bilstein shocks and HD Lovels, Ultragauge (Sold 2014)

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        • #5
          That's right only a few will mess with the exhaust and say all is sweet.
          .Previously an NP GLX 3.8 auto RIP
          NS VRX DiD auto. RIP.

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          • #6
            Unplug yr differential presure sensor n you could drive it fine
            Until you get it fixed

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