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EUROMAX Diesel Particulate Filter to suit:

  • Mitsubishi Pajero Sports 2.4L 4N15 QF/QE Series 2015- Onwards
  • Mitsubishi Triton 2.4L 4N15 MQ 01/2015-01/2018
  • Mitsubishi Triton 2.4L 4N15 MR 01/2018- Onwards
  • Fitting Kit Not Included


    • Stainless steel housing construction, Corrosion resistant and tough housing and brackets.
    • Silicone Carbide (SiC) filter construction, SiC has a higher melting point at 2700°,C, as opposed to 1200°,C Cordierite. This means that your DPF is much less likely to suffer overheating from another system failure such as turbo seals, stuck EGR valve or leaky injectors. SiC is physically harder and stronger than Cordierite, which means that your new DPF is much more resistant to physical damage due to bumps etc.
    • Precious Metal Wash, Precious metal (Palladium, Platinum etc) washed ceramic filter, but only on vehicles that use a dry regeneration system for their DPF. Delphi specify a generous application which is typically 40 grams of precious metal per tonne of ceramic compared to some other brands which are as low as 15 grams of precious metal per tonne of ceramic. This allows a much more efficient and reliable regeneration process and at temperatures around 350-400°, compared to 600°,C.
    • Fitting kit, A fitting kit is included with all the necessary parts for an effective installation and even new rubber hangers, where applicable.
    • Warranty, 2 year under manufacturer's terms.
    • Technical Support, Technical support is available on DPF and installation precautions and procedures.
    • Packaging, All Euromax DPF''s feature rugged stainless-steel construction for corrosion resistance and strength. Each unit is serially numbered and protected in a sealed plastic bag.

Diesel Particulate Filter Technical Overview

A Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) is a device designed to reduce the emissions from diesel fueled vehicles. The Silicon Carbide based filter, traps particulate matter (soot) to remove it from the exhaust gases emitted to atmosphere. The soot collected by the filter is reduced to ash during regeneration. Regeneration is controlled by the correct driving cycle of the vehicle and its engine management system. Faults that occur on an engine can cause the DPF to become blocked, then regeneration is not possible.

Common DPF Failures,

  • EGR Valve stuck
  • Turbo failure
  • Injectors, leaking and/or stuck open
  • Poor engine maintenance
  • Faulty pressure and/or O2 sensors
  • Faulty temperature sensors
  • Blocked pipes
  • Incorrect oil temperature
  • Damaged exhaust system
  • Corrosion/filter cracks
  • Continuous urban drive cycles
  • Incorrect fuel