I think it's DPFS filter not a typical cat. It has a small catalyst inside
but very different one. It's used only for raising temperature and burning
small particles at intervals of few hundred kilometres.
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...and this (unfortunately) isn't - the 2.0 HDi only has an oxidation
catalysator that helps reduce toxic carbon monoxyde emissions. That's a
pretty standard part for Diesel engines today.
The particle filter (FAP, for Citroen) is another story: the modern
direct-injecting Diesel engines tend to emit very small and possibly
harmful particles. The filters hold them back and burn them. Unfortunately,
PSA Peugeot Citroen do not offer such a filter for the Berlingo/Partner and
even try to sell the new 1.6 HDi without it - as rumours have it, due to
place restrictions. However that may be, it is a bad move concerning
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