Carlube Pre-MOT Diesel Pack 2 x 300ml £4.65 CarParts4Less. Free DHL delivery. PayPal. Tcb 3%
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Carlube Pre-MOT Diesel Pack 2 x 300ml £4.65 CarParts4Less. Free DHL delivery. PayPal. Tcb 3%

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Found 4th Jul
With the government introducing stricter emissions for diesels(after advising everyone to get them) & tougher mot rules ie any smoke is a fail. I saw this and thought I would share. I will also link the one to petrol in the description but don't think the laws are that severe on petrol cars(yet)

Carlube Pre-MOT Diesel Pack 2 x 300ml
Carlube Diesel twin pack is suitable for diesel engines to help reduce emissions. The pack contains 1 x 300ml Diesel Injector Cleaner and 1 x 300ml Diesel Cleanburn. The Diesel Injector Cleaner helps clean the fuel system while the Diesel Cleanburn helps improve fuel combustion.
Restores engine performance
Boosts Cetane numbers
Rapidly cleans fuel injector deposits to restore lost power
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fireman110 m ago

So altering emmissions for testing is a world wide scandal for vw but car …So altering emmissions for testing is a world wide scandal for vw but car lube pre test emissions reducer is all good!


The scandal is this government recommending them in the first place and few years later have a total 360 rethink. Carlube are just helping people whose cars might need a bit of help that run roughly sometimes. Everybody does pre mot maintenance such as changing oil etc. It's a car engine cleaner they are nothing like vw who charge £20k for cars and deliberately lied to their customers
Edited by: "JohnChappell" 4th Jul
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deleted18647564th Jul

Heres a link to the petrol version of this and good look with the mot. P.s …Heres a link to the petrol version of this and good look with the mot. P.s if you fail I know a bloke for £50.....no only joking


Petrol same price
carparts4less.co.uk/cp4…861
If it's like this I recommend 2 bottles:
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So altering emmissions for testing is a world wide scandal for vw but car lube pre test emissions reducer is all good!
fireman110 m ago

So altering emmissions for testing is a world wide scandal for vw but car …So altering emmissions for testing is a world wide scandal for vw but car lube pre test emissions reducer is all good!


The scandal is this government recommending them in the first place and few years later have a total 360 rethink. Carlube are just helping people whose cars might need a bit of help that run roughly sometimes. Everybody does pre mot maintenance such as changing oil etc. It's a car engine cleaner they are nothing like vw who charge £20k for cars and deliberately lied to their customers
Edited by: "JohnChappell" 4th Jul
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Even cheaper option....
ourdevonfamily3 m ago

[Image] Even cheaper option....


Good luck with that one
deleted18647564th Jul

The scandal is this government recommending them in the first place and …The scandal is this government recommending them in the first place and few years later have a total 360 rethink. Carlube are just helping people whose cars might need a bit of help that run roughly sometimes. Everybody does pre mot maintenance such as changing oil etc. It's a car engine cleaner they are nothing like vw who charge £20k for cars and deliberately lied to their customers


How dare people alter their tyre pressures before an Mot, scandalous. Almost as bad as those that top up their screenwash the day before it's due.
Giving your engine a clean is nowhere near the same level as the companies that deliberately hid their emission levels, not reduce them, but conceal their true levels.
Great find btw
HughMoodie1 m ago

How dare people alter their tyre pressures before an Mot, scandalous. …How dare people alter their tyre pressures before an Mot, scandalous. Almost as bad as those that top up their screenwash the day before it's due.Giving your engine a clean is nowhere near the same level as the companies that deliberately hid their emission levels, not reduce them, but conceal their true levels.Great find btw


You're welcome
fireman14th Jul

So altering emmissions for testing is a world wide scandal for vw but car …So altering emmissions for testing is a world wide scandal for vw but car lube pre test emissions reducer is all good!


Vw didn't 'alter' their emissions. The emissions where the same, the levels where concealed. They lied about their levels and then covered it up so they could make a quick buck.
If anyone just wants the diesel cleanburn I've found for £2.04 and going to post it. I checked and combined with the injector cleaner it works out more and the above deal is better if you want both but I'm going to post for the people who just want the diesel cleanburn it's £2.04
hotukdeals.com/dea…377
Edited by: "JohnChappell" 4th Jul
Right I'm out of here I've work to do
fireman11 h, 37 m ago

So altering emmissions for testing is a world wide scandal for vw but car …So altering emmissions for testing is a world wide scandal for vw but car lube pre test emissions reducer is all good!


You gotta ask yourself, is you old car in need of a service, oil and filter change and new injectors etc.

All those things help with emissions.

My old mondeo needed redex and a hard drive according to MOT man.. After it failed or spend out on the above.
Edited by: "snappyfish" 4th Jul
snappyfish1 m ago

You gotta ask yourself, is you old car is need if a service, oil and …You gotta ask yourself, is you old car is need if a service, oil and filter change and new injectors etc.All those things help with emissions.My old mondeo needed redex and a hard drive according to MOT man.. After it failed.


I've posted a deal on redex from Wilkos £4.50 for 4
Seems to be £5.47 now.
sham635 m ago

Seems to be £5.47 now.


Did you type in the code given? Just a hint
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Edited by: "JohnChappell" 4th Jul
My dad just paid his local garage 100 quid to sort out his car as it failed the MOT on emissions. They cleaned it out with something like this and took it for a blast - if I had known about this I would have told him to do this first! Doh.
Edited by: "JPS" 4th Jul
JPS6 m ago

My dad just paid his local garage 100 quid to sort out his car as it …My dad just paid his local garage 100 quid to sort out his car as it failed the MOT on emissions. They cleaned it out with something like this and took it for a blast - if I had known about this I would have told him to do this first! Doh.


Don't worry you live and learn. Take it on a high rev long run before next mot and use something like this. You'll be fine
Edited by: "JohnChappell" 4th Jul
Most diesel cars emitting smoke just need a good blast through the gears up to the red line. They spend most of their life idling in traffic so carbon will build up - couple of good thrashes under load do them the world of good. Did it regularly on my old diesel and never had an issue with it - mate still has it and still has the original turbo and think its coming up to 180k now.

And as for the VW emissions scandal - you are all deluded if you think they were/are the only ones at it!
As I read it the new MOT rules only apply to diesels with a DPF, any sign of smoke = fail.
Older diesel cars with no DPF (from the factory) are not effected by the new emissions/smoke rule?
looks good, hot from me
The reality is this will do little to naff all. The only way a diesel car would fail the smoke test is if the engine, turbo and/or the dpf was faulty. The best way to clear a car out is to give it a good thrash ( Once warmed up ), Especially before the MOT. My car doesn't emit any black smoke because my dpf is functioning as it should. If your car is emitting black smoke then chances are the dpf is kaput and it may be kaput because something else is faulty. i,e turbo, The oil overwhelms the dpf and it's a very bad day indeed :(.

Diesel already has additives in that help reduce the carbon etc, Usually the more premium diesel has better additives.
.MUFC.8 m ago

The reality is this will do little to naff all. The only way a diesel car …The reality is this will do little to naff all. The only way a diesel car would fail the smoke test is if the engine, turbo and/or the dpf was faulty. The best way to clear a car out is to give it a good thrash ( Once warmed up ), Especially before the MOT. My car doesn't emit any black smoke because my dpf is functioning as it should. If your car is emitting black smoke then chances are the dpf is kaput and it may be kaput because something else is faulty. i,e turbo, The oil overwhelms the dpf and it's a very bad day indeed :(.Diesel already has additives in that help reduce the carbon etc, Usually the more premium diesel has better additives.

Lol the car expert. How's that dacia Sandero deal going?
deleted18647564th Jul

Lol the car expert. How's that dacia Sandero deal going?


I wouldn't be seen dead in one of those, Unless it was my funeral and then I wouldn't really care but can understand that they're good value for money ;).
Snake oil is another alternative to this and is cheaper.
Chiptivo24 m ago

Snake oil is another alternative to this and is cheaper.


Great post a deal for it then?
This known as an Italian tune up in the trade. Many old diesel's will have to be scrapped now new immission standards are in
deleted18647564th Jul

The scandal is this government recommending them in the first place and …The scandal is this government recommending them in the first place and few years later have a total 360 rethink. Carlube are just helping people whose cars might need a bit of help that run roughly sometimes. Everybody does pre mot maintenance such as changing oil etc. It's a car engine cleaner they are nothing like vw who charge £20k for cars and deliberately lied to their customers


I think you'll find that it was the last labour government that started the push for everyone to buy diesel not this Tory government
jrw4th Jul

Most diesel cars emitting smoke just need a good blast through the gears …Most diesel cars emitting smoke just need a good blast through the gears up to the red line. They spend most of their life idling in traffic so carbon will build up - couple of good thrashes under load do them the world of good. Did it regularly on my old diesel and never had an issue with it - mate still has it and still has the original turbo and think its coming up to 180k now.And as for the VW emissions scandal - you are all deluded if you think they were/are the only ones at it!


who else was at it ?
nasir_glasgow6 h, 21 m ago

who else was at it ?


They're all at it.
They've just discovered Nissan are, meaning Renault are.
They all have to be as most manufacturers figures are wildly unrealistic to achieve over vw. At least with vw you can get close to the published figures. Try that with Renault, Nissan or Hyundai.
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