Dpf additive top up light
I recently just bought a Mini Cooper D 2009, I have only had it for 5 months, and the DPF light has came on. I have checked the manual, and it is saying that the DPF requires a top up. Having searched the internet on this problem, i have came across a lot of horror stories with prices ranging from 200 − 1500. Would really appreciate some advice, on the best way to go about this. Thinking of taking it to the Mini Dealer, but worried that they might tell me its a much bigger job than it is. Any suggestion would be more than welcome? Does anyone know any good garages that are based in Glasgow, or independent garages which could sort this problem? Would appreciate any advice?