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Emissions Control Systems

Welcome to Fangio Auto's Emissions Control Solutions

At Fangio Auto, we specialise in a comprehensive range of emissions control systems services to ensure your vehicle meets all regulatory standards and operates efficiently. Our expert team is equipped to handle AdBlue systems, Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF), and catalytic converters, providing top-tier maintenance, cleaning, and replacement services.

Our Emissions Control Services

AdBlue System Services

AdBlue is a vital fluid used in Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems to reduce nitrogen oxide emissions from diesel engines. We offer:

  • AdBlue Refill: Ensuring your AdBlue tank is topped up to avoid engine performance issues.
  • System Diagnostics: Using advanced tools to diagnose and fix any issues with your AdBlue system.
  • Component Replacement: Providing high-quality replacements for worn or damaged AdBlue components.

Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Services

A well-maintained DPF is essential for capturing and storing soot and particulate matter, reducing harmful emissions. Our services include:

  • DPF Cleaning: Using advanced cleaning techniques to remove soot and restore your DPF’s efficiency.
  • Preventative Maintenance: Regular inspections and diagnostics to ensure your DPF is functioning correctly.
  • DPF Replacement: Providing reliable and regulatory-compliant DPF units for replacement when necessary.

Catalytic Converter Services

Catalytic converters play a crucial role in reducing harmful gases from your vehicle’s exhaust. Our services cover:

  • Inspection and Testing: Ensuring your catalytic converter is operating efficiently.
  • Cleaning and Maintenance: Keeping your catalytic converter clean to maintain optimal performance.
  • Replacement: Supplying and fitting high-quality catalytic converters to replace old or malfunctioning units.

Why Choose Fangio Auto?

  • Expert Technicians: Our team is highly trained and experienced in all aspects of emissions control systems.
  • Quality Assurance: We use only the best tools and parts, ensuring the highest quality of service.
  • Efficiency: Our streamlined processes minimise vehicle downtime, getting you back on the road quickly.
  • Customer Satisfaction: We are committed to providing exceptional customer service and support.
  • Cost-Effective Solutions: Unlike many dealers who recommend costly replacements for your emissions system, we offer comprehensive cleaning services. This approach not only saves you money but also extends the lifespan of your AdBlue, DPF, and catalytic converter systems.

Book Your Emissions Control Service Today

Ensure your vehicle’s emissions control systems are in top condition by scheduling an appointment with Fangio Auto. Contact us via phone or email, or use our convenient online booking system.


What are the signs that my DPF needs cleaning?

Common signs include reduced engine performance, increased fuel consumption, and warning lights on your dashboard. If you experience any of these symptoms, it’s time to get your DPF checked.

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The frequency of DPF cleaning depends on your driving habits and vehicle usage. As a general rule, it’s recommended to have your DPF inspected every 6 to 12 months.

While there are DIY cleaning products available, it’s best to have your DPF cleaned by professionals to ensure thorough and effective results.

Neglecting DPF maintenance can lead to severe engine damage, decreased performance, and increased emissions. Regular maintenance is essential to avoid costly repairs and replacements.

 Many diesel models built from 2015 onwards (i.e. ones that conform to the Euro 6 emissions standard) require the use of AdBlue. Automotive manufacturers that use AdBlue include Audi, BMW, Citroen, DS, Jaguar, Land Rover, Peugeot, Mercedes-Benz, Renault and Volkswagen.

All diesels built from 2009 onwards will have a DPF, and some diesels built before this will have one as well.

a liquid is added to the exhaust system and is burnt off, this is called re-generation. Here is a video to best explain how this happens.

Learn More

For more information on DPFs and their importance, visit our blog. Discover how regular DPF maintenance can save you money and keep your vehicle running smoothly.