Code P1453

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Gazandclaire
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Re: Code P1453

Post by Gazandclaire » Wed Aug 14, 2019 6:57 pm

Tried to locate the pipes in question but no luck. The engine is as in the pic, any ideas?

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vexorg
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Re: Code P1453

Post by vexorg » Wed Aug 14, 2019 10:19 pm

The one on the top left is the absolute exhaust pressure sensor.

The photos of the dpf sensor differs on ebay, some show one pipe, some show two. search ebay for juke dpf pressure sensor


Gazandclaire
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Re: Code P1453 rediculous

Post by Gazandclaire » Sun Aug 18, 2019 8:09 am

Well everybody, I would like to thank you all for your help but I have reached the end of my tether, the code P1453 is still showing, the pipes have been cleaned with the "brake" cable, the Egr is spotless, every sensor I could find has been unplugged and they all throw codes, two of us have spent a whole day looking and still cannot find the p1453 sensor. Either from above or below.
Instead of using the cheapo reader of mine last night we tried a windows based scanner on the car (vw version) and it came up with p1453, but states exhaust temperature sensor.
Now I am really confused.
Think I'll drive the car off a bridge!!!


vexorg
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Re: Code P1453

Post by vexorg » Sun Aug 18, 2019 10:06 am

The DPF and temperature sensors look to be round the back of the engine area, I think you'd need to get most of the inlet pipework out of the way to find then.

The other problem could still be the dpf itself being too blocked.


Gazandclaire
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Re: Code P1453

Post by Gazandclaire » Wed Aug 28, 2019 8:46 pm

I have dismantled as much as I could and the sensor is right behind the engine, it can be seen from below (after purchasing ramps) but not accessible or reachable. A local mechanic has said its £60 for a forced regen. If all he is going to do is what we did and drive it then what's the point?!


marrygold
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Re: Code P1453

Post by marrygold » Thu Aug 29, 2019 6:22 am

there can be a few reasons why your car will not do a normal regen,therefore a forced regen is necessary.
I keep an eye on my soot levels with a scanner, icarsoft, and it also tells me how many regens it as done,
And it keeps a log of how many have failed,IE if you stop the car while it is in the process of a regen .thats when i know it definitely needs a run.
Usually it regens about 30miles after a failed one to start another one and takes about 10mins to regen,ive watched it on the scanner .
Even town driving does it.


vexorg
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Re: Code P1453

Post by vexorg » Thu Aug 29, 2019 6:51 am

A forced regen is slightly different to driving, usually it's done by software, the engine will rev higher itself, and it will keep going until done.


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