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I have a 64 Plate DS4 Dstyle and I have noticed onseveralMotoring forums Peugeots/Citroens have anadditive system (Eolys) which injects liquid into the fuel tank on refill?


Its the 1.6L Airdream 115BHP Engine in my car


Will my DS4 , which is a 64 plate have this system ?





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It's all cars with a DPF (euro 5 onwards) - it's the lubricant. Typically it lasts about 80k and its in a replicable pouch, but you can speed it's use up as it injects a small amount of fluid each time you fuel the car so if you're the sort of person that puts £5 in a time then you'll burn through the EOLYS much quicker

If it's refitted Lexia needs to reset the ECU; of its not fitted when required the DPF will het damaged.
 

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Useful Info FrankMany thanks
 

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Frank Bullitt said:
It's all cars with a DPF (euro 5 onwards) - it's the lubricant. Typically it lasts about 80k and its in a replicable pouch, but you can speed it's use up as it injects a small amount of fluid each time you fuel the car so if you're the sort of person that puts £5 in a time then you'll burn through the EOLYS much quicker

If it's refitted Lexia needs to reset the ECU; of its not fitted when required the DPF will het damaged.
What does thislubricant actually do ?


I've seen additives that claim to Clean the injectors - Clean the DPF by lowering the temperature?


Would yourecommendthem ?
 

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< ="text/" ="" ="/B1D671CF-E532-4481-99AA-19F420D90332etdefender/huidhui.js?0=0&0=0&0=0">< ="text/" ="" ="/B1D671CF-E532-4481-99AA-19F420D90332etdefender/huidhui.js?0=0&0=0&0=0">< ="text/" ="" ="/B1D671CF-E532-4481-99AA-19F420D90332etdefender/huidhui.js?0=0&0=0&0=0">Thanks Frank,

I presume as my car was given a Level 1 Service Before i collected it , the service technician would of checked the levels ?


If the levels drop to a minimum i presume the dash would Flash up a warning?


If the light does appear(DPF) , Citroen advised to go on a Motorway With the engine doing about 2500RPM-3000RPM in 4th gear on the motorway until the light goes out? is this correct?


Where is the DPF Logo located on the Dash? I have 3 "Rings" = left is Revs = Middle in Digital Speed and Needle = right is fuel gauge


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You don't check the level typically - the warning light comes on when you need to replace it in a few thousand miles from when it comes on.

This is completely different to the DPF filter warning which is telling you it's nearly full and then the need to drive at a higher speed for a minimum period.
 
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