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Discussion in 'Engine and Performance' started by melman, Dec 3, 2019.

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  1. melman

    melman Junior Member

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    If my dpf say's full and I took it on the fwy doing 70 for 20mins it should re-gen right? what is it if it does not re-gen a sensor? What are my options?
     
  2. Fuel35 67

    Fuel35 67 Member

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    I think you want to keep it under 55 and your rpm’s high. Stay in 4 gear. Now if that don’t do it, you can take off the dpf (assuming that your truck is 12’ and down) and buy a couple gallons of purple power and clean it, rinse it and use a leaf blower to dry it out. The same technique works for the NOX filter too. You’ll see a bunch of soot/ash come out. Once cleaned and dry, toss it back on and drive.
     
  3. Silver The Mega

    Silver The Mega Member

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    delete is the best option.
     

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