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The Chevrolet Cruze is a compact car sold by the Chevrolet division of General Motors since 2009.

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I have a 2014 Chevy Cruze Diesel with a DEF Quality Poor issue.

I may need a replacement exhaust PARTICULATE FILTER. I have not been able to locate the item. HELP!

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Have you tried contacting your local Chevy dealership? They might be able to locate the replacement exhaust particulate filter for you. Alternatively, you can try searching for it online on websites like Amazon or eBay. It's always frustrating when something goes wrong with our cars, but hopefully, you'll be able to find a solution soon. If all else fails, you might want to consider taking your car to a mechanic who can diagnose and fix the issue.

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sharrison DEF and DPF may be on the same exhaust pipe, but they are not related. No reason for you to consider changing the filter. Usually the DEF would have to be checked via refractometer but GM obviously cannot do this. So what happens on your diesel is that the the DEF's effectiveness is measured via a pre and post catalyst NoX sensor. Now there apparently is a test procedure that GM uses (still trying to find out more about it) which will evaluate the DEF injector and the NoX sensors. Commonly for your Cruze are bad NoX sensors.

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Thanks very much! I'm going to see if this works. Local Chevy dealer wanted to charge me $1800, and couldn't get the part anyway. Got a feeling you're right!

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Is is hard to replace a DEF pump??

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One thing that works, drive it like 30 or 40 miles hard. Like 60 in 4th gear. Sometimes the DEF crystallizes on the injector. That worked for me a few times. However you should look at the injector and the NOX2. The last time that did not work. I replaced my NOX2 and it did not clear the code.

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Also download the Torque app and Biscan GM and you can read the sensor readings, do a service regen and a few other things the dealers overcharge you for.

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I've run ours hot like this multiple times, like at least 8. I put it in 3rd and run the RPMs at about 4200 for 10-15 min. I live out in the country and have a bunch of empty road to do this. Next day the message usually clears and the countdown goes away.

I'm stuck right now. I've done this a couple of times and I'm down to the 55MPH limit and the next level is 4 MPH. Not sure how to approach the problem now. I will poke around these forums for some ideas. Very frustrating, seriously. Constant problems w the DEF system. I believe there is someone doing a DEF system delete. involves new down pipe and computer programming. I don't know if this can be done with online guidance or if I would need to take it somewhere.

We love this car otherwise. But have considered trading it in and getting something else just due to the eff'n DEF problems.

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We had the DEF QUALITY code chronically for 4 years after a rock punctured the oil pan. Long story short, insurance paid for all repairs but the DEF QUALITY light would continue to appear. All repairs were done at a GM certified car dealer service center. They all wanted and did replace the sensors to no avail. Finally our local GM/Chevy dealer did a trial and error replacement of many parts and it was indeed the rear (turbo) NOX replacement that seems to have resolved the matter. It’s been running great and I hope this helps. The part itself is about $1500.

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I got a 2014 chev Cruz diesel with the diesel particulate filter issue I can drive it but it’s got no power so got to avoid hillls and watch where I go

The car has been trouble since new. GM sucks never will they get my support ever again I don’t have nice words for them. It going to cost me like 2500 to fix it. Money I don’t really have. But what can you do. Thx GM you parasite

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I was lucky I guess, mine lasted to 160,000 miles, mostly higway but it finally crapped out with all these DPF codes and a reduced power mode. I have a hand held cheap code reader and I'm able to erase the codes temporarily and wallah, back to full power but only for a short term. It's not as though it has the same symptoms as a clogged cat converter,,, it has PLENTY of power when I clear the codes.... I'm thinking more on the lines of the sensor in the exhaust!!! Has anyone tried replacing that first? The DPF is @ 2 grande and the sensor about 200....

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https://www.gmpartsstore.com/oem-parts/g...

This is a link to the oem GM diesel particulate filter. Just fixed my problem it says catalytic converter but its the diesel particulate filter!

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Have you tried contacting your local Chevy dealership? They might be able to locate the replacement exhaust particulate filter for you. Alternatively, you can try searching for it online on websites like Amazon or eBay. It's always frustrating when something goes wrong with our cars, but hopefully, you'll be able to find a solution soon. If all else fails, you might want to consider taking your car to a mechanic who can diagnose and fix the issue. On a side note, have you ever tried a 30 Minute DPF Clean? I had it done for my engine, and it made a noticeable difference in its performance. Maybe it's something you could consider trying out as well. Best of luck with finding a solution to your problem!

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