A working sensor ensures your exhaust is working well, keeping the car and planet healthy

A DPF sensor (Differential Pressure Sensor) is a crucial part of the vehicle’s exhaust system.
In most cases if a DPF sensor stops working, a warning light on the dashboard will illuminate and log a diagnostic fault code.
The DPF Sensors function is to measure the pressure difference of the exhaust gas before and after the DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) or in comparison with the external atmospheric pressure.
Another function of the DPF sensor is to monitor the soot loading of a Particulate Filter on a diesel engine.
The filtering of exhaust gas is essential not just for the vehicle, but most importantly, for the environment.
By filtering the diesel particulates that your car emits, it helps to reduce the black smoke that often comes from the exhaust of older diesel cars or vehicles which have a broken or faulty DPF sensor.
A failing DPF sensor can lead to:
• Loss of power
• Poor fuel economy
• Hard to start or failure to start
• A vehicle going into limp mode
• Poor throttle response
Goss offers an extensive range of DPF sensors to suit many popular makes and models including Audi, BMW, Ford, Holden, Mazda, Mercedes Benz, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Peugeot, Renault, Subaru, Suzuki, Volkswagen and Volvo. For full vehicle details, Goss says you should refer to its online catalogues.
Goss says its DPF sensors are backed by a 12-month warranty and are sourced from global OEM suppliers, offering a true genuine alternative.

For more information, visit www.goss.com.au