Can i use wynn's dpf cleaner for my mercedes e class w211 2009?

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Hi All,
My car is mercedes e class w211 e280 2009 plate.
Since I bought my car 6 months ago I haven't used any dpf cleaner,
But this dpf cleaner which I bought does say only for euro 5 and 6.

Please see attached picture,
I think mine is euro 4 if I'm not wrong.

Any advice would much appreciated.
Thanks all.
 

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You need check if you have a DPF,
maybe there isn't one to clean.

Btw, in normal circumstance's there isn't a need to clean the DPF anyway, why are you thinking you should?
 
You need check if you have a DPF,
maybe there isn't one to clean.

Btw, in normal circumstance's there isn't a need to clean the DPF anyway, why are you thinking you should?
It does have a dpf filter, confirmed by independent mercedes specialist mechanic.
I don't have any lights on dashboard,

Reason is 90% of my driving is in town.
Since last 6 months.( Using as a second car) only doing 200 miles monthly.

I was going for a 100 miles trip on motorway I thought just to add this in case if dpf needs to regenerate.

Can I use it?
 
It does have a dpf filter, confirmed by independent mercedes specialist mechanic.
I don't have any lights on dashboard,

Reason is 90% of my driving is in town.
Since last 6 months.( Using as a second car) only doing 200 miles monthly.

I was going for a 100 miles trip on motorway I thought just to add this in case if dpf needs to regenerate.

Can I use it?
Yes use it .
I always use an injector cleaner every few months .
 
I'll use injectors cleaner next month,
For dpf cleaner on bottle it does say for euro 5 and 6.

can i use it anyway?
Yes use it .
I always use an injector cleaner every few months .
 
find the dpf pressure sensor remove the bigger hose and pour fluid down that hole leave for an hour then start car run at 3k revs for a bit to clean out fluid
 
DPFs were about the only way manufacturers could meet the Euro 5 standards. Few cars had them before then but no doubt some could be so fitted, much like catalytic converters were offered by some manufactuers as options before they became mandatory.
 

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