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Evoke loosing power randomly

Discussion in 'Thames Valley & Surrey' started by MrShaun, Nov 6, 2017.

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    MrShaun New Member

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    I put car in for annual service told the RR garage about slight jerk when changing from reverse to drive it thurned out I had to get haltex pumps changed . Now since that my car randomly looses power for about 5 seconds . I took back to RR garage they checked and cleared software can't find a fault has this happened to anyone else with an evoke . The car is 4 yrs old with 26k on the clock
     
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    Do you use premium fuel, and does it get to good temps to clean dpf
     
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    Hi no I just use normal diesel .I do use mostly for shorter journeys but I do take down the A3 at least once a week . Sunday I drove from Walton to Wimbledon and it happenened once . What is dpf ?
     
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    I have just looked it up on a RAC website and yes you should use the premium diesel and every 400 miles make sure you do a journey of at least 10 mins at 40mph + . should I always use the premium diesel ?
     
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