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    engine system service required 2006 C70

    Hi guys,

    Nee owner of a 2006 C70 (only had it 1 week), just been presented with this error?

    engine system service required with a yellow i symbol on the dash?

    Any ideas.!

    Iím sure the car feels like itís holding back now?


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    Could be a number of things. Best get a code reader on it as guesswork can be expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M-R-P View Post
    Could be a number of things. Best get a code reader on it as guesswork can be expensive.
    Ok so Iíve read the code using the old Volvo read/front fog like trick.. itís says code 019

    Any ideas now?


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    engine system service required 2006 C70

    Quote Originally Posted by M-R-P View Post
    Could be a number of things. Best get a code reader on it as guesswork can be expensive.
    2nd thought, is it worth getting this?

    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F152561712648


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    Apparently it has an additive tank that needs refilling. Either it needs refilling, or has been refilled but hasn't been reset with VIDA. Either way, you'll need VIDA. I'm guessing your C70 is diesel.

    The link you've posted is for a DICE unit, this is the interface between a laptop and car, but you'll need a laptop with VIDA installed.
    Whereabouts in the country are you, there may be someone one here who's nearby, and has VIDA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stribo View Post
    Apparently it has an additive tank that needs refilling. Either it needs refilling, or has been refilled but hasn't been reset with VIDA. Either way, you'll need VIDA. I'm guessing your C70 is diesel.

    The link you've posted is for a DICE unit, this is the interface between a laptop and car, but you'll need a laptop with VIDA installed.
    Whereabouts in the country are you, there may be someone one here who's nearby, and has VIDA.
    Cheers. Yep 2006 D5 C70? Iím based in Bedford? Anyone close to where their toy...

    Is the tank refill a garage job? Iím guessing youíll need a decent ramp etc


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jango View Post
    Cheers. Yep 2006 D5 C70? I’m based in Bedford? Anyone close to where their toy...

    Is the tank refill a garage job? I’m guessing you’ll need a decent ramp etc


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    From what I've read, it's above the rear axle, so access isn't easy. If you're on facebook, try this page.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1921217794833193/

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    Quote Originally Posted by stribo View Post
    From what I've read, it's above the rear axle, so access isn't easy. If you're on facebook, try this page.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1921217794833193/
    Still digging into this, Iím finding (albeit old post, but it is an old car) referring to this code being to with to much oil & that it would need to be drained to a better level.

    To make things harder my dip stick has now broken, ordered a new one from the dealers, the fun will be trying to get the old one out.

    Donít know if itís worth giving this a try?!!

    Views please

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    To the best of my knowledge the D5 engine does not use an additive for DPF regeneration. When at normal operating temp it auto regens by injecting additional fuel to increase exhaust temp to burn off the soot in the filter.

    If used on short journeys alot it may need a forced regen which is done by driving until normal temp is achieved then driving for a further 20 mins preferably on a motorway or dual carriage way. If this was the case on a 2006 V70 the dim would read "Soot filter full" and the dash would show a yellow warning triangle.

    That said best thing to do is get the codes read properly so you know what needs doing.

    I would also suggest you get it done sooner rather than later to avoid damage or further damage to the engine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackdog View Post
    To the best of my knowledge the D5 engine does not use an additive for DPF regeneration. When at normal operating temp it auto regens by injecting additional fuel to increase exhaust temp to burn off the soot in the filter.

    If used on short journeys alot it may need a forced regen which is done by driving until normal temp is achieved then driving for a further 20 mins preferably on a motorway or dual carriage way. If this was the case on a 2006 V70 the dim would read "Soot filter full" and the dash would show a yellow warning triangle.

    That said best thing to do is get the codes read properly so you know what needs doing.

    I would also suggest you get it done sooner rather than later to avoid damage or further damage to the engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeT5 View Post
    Explain the Stupid bit


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jango View Post
    Explain the Stupid bit


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jango View Post
    Cheers. Yep 2006 D5 C70? I’m based in Bedford? Anyone close to where their toy...

    Is the tank refill a garage job? I’m guessing you’ll need a decent ramp etc


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    I'm fairly close to Bedford and can read the codes for you


 

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