Just returned from dealership.
Left the car this morning at 0800 hrs and they called me at 1130hrs to advise all is replaced.
That was quick. Hopefully they did it properly ...
What was replaced:
- New DPF
- New 5th injector
- New 5th injector housing
- New gaskets
Here is the photo of the old 5th injector housing
And here is the new one:
I noticed couple differences from outside if anyone wants to compare
- left of that housing bolt it says "8" on the old one, on the new one it says "10"
- on the new one it says on top of it "D", whilst the old one does not have that "D".
These are all parts used:
Interestingly after I picked up the car, I literally drove out of dealership in to neighboring carpark, connected OBD and TorquePro and DPF was showing at 42% already?!
I checked with service and they explained it will need couple of regenerations for all to sync and reset ... whatever that means. Hopefully someone will be able to explain it here.
Also, I could smell fresh smell of burn all around the car, even after driving it home for about 10 kms.
Fingers crossed now, and hopefully it is all sorted.
Local dealership was nothing but great once the issue was acknowledged by Toyota techs. But it took me number of complaints and finally a video recording to get the things happening.
A forum member recognised my car and introduced himself to me this morning whilst waiting for service gate to be opened, which was quite nice. Nice to meet you J.
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