The U.S. Government laid down the Diesel Particulate Filter clean air law in 2007. Diesel owners had no choice. Every truck built since then is mandated to engineer this new soot-snagging exhaust system into each new model. Despite all the “Self Cleaning” claims out there, the only right way to clean your DFP is to remove it, clean it and put it back. But this is still new technology and you can blow it. Unless you’re willing to pony up about $7,000 to replace it.
Doing it right takes knowledge, experience and skill.
We have all that.
When the DPF signal hits your instrument panel, let Monson get you runnin’ with comprehensive service. It will be “Lights Out” for your Diesel Particulate Filter.