MOT due or failed?
Emissions issues will usually be down to either
a) a mechanical/electrical issue such as a failed or malfunctioning component/sensor (which we can identify with our diagnostic consultation), boost leak or injector leak, lazy thermostat, failing cat, oxygen or lambda sensor, etc., and/or
b) a dirty combustion chamber or injector tips from carbon build-up causing over fuelling (lowering MPG and increased emissions) which we can clean up with an Engine Carbon Clean.
Some examples of MOT issues we have been to in the past…
Best Preventative Maintenance? Regular Diagnostic Consultation and Engine Carbon Clean
After just 3 years and 69k miles of driving this 2020 Peugeot Boxer is having
Failed MOT – Ford Mondeo 2.0 TDCi (2005 – 138,536 miles) – diagnostic and Engine Carbon Clean
⚠️ MOT or Service Due? Get it checked out and cleaned up to identify underlying
Failed MOT – Iveco Daily (2006 – 92,879 miles) – EGR, thermostat and lambda sensor errors
⚠️ Rely on a vehicle for work? 🚗 Here we have an Iveco Daily (2006
Failed MOT on emissions – BMW 118d (2011 – 183,454 miles) – diagnostic and Engine Carbon Clean
⚠️ Bought a vehicle? If you have warranty then get it checked out before it